The nutritional value of Toona sinensis

Toona sinensis (original name: Toona sinensis) is native to China and is widely distributed in the north and south of the Yangtze River. It is deciduous, deciduous, and dioecious. Its leaves are even-pinnate, panicles, bisexual flowers are white, and fruit is oval. Capsule, winged seeds, seeds can reproduce. The tall tree, in addition to feeding for axillary buds, is also the preferred species of landscaping. Axillary buds are rich in nutrients and have a therapeutic effect. They are used to treat exogenous cold, rheumatism, stomachache, dysentery and so on.


The taro root contains a lot of nutrients. According to analysis, every 100 grams of taro taro contains 9.8 g of protein, 143 mg of calcium, and 115 mg of vitamin C, which ranks among the highest in vegetables. In addition, it also contains 135 mg of phosphorus, 1.36 mg of carotene, and nutrients such as iron and B vitamins.

Nutritional value

Citron is a famous seasonal product. It contains volatile aromatic organic compounds such as camphor, which can stimulate spleen and appetite and increase appetite. Contains vitamin E and sex hormones, it has anti-aging and yang-enhancing effects, so it has the name of "progesterone". Tincton has the effect of clearing away heat and dampness, diuresis and detoxification, and is a good medicine for adjuvant treatment of enteritis, dysentery and urinary tract infection. The volatile odor of citron can pass through the epidermis of the aphid, so that the worm can not be attached to the intestinal wall and be excreted by the body. It can be used to treat tsutsugamushi disease. Citron is rich in vitamin C, carotene, etc. It helps to enhance the body's immune function and has the effect of lubricating the skin. It is a good food for health care and beauty.