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Mangifera indica, a scientific name of a sweet, yellow fruit when it is ripe, and sour, green fruit when it’s raw, a mango. A member of the cashew family, Anacardiaceae, and one of the most widely cultivated fruit in tropical countries especially in Myanmar and some states of India where it originated from. Mango is a good source of vitamins A, C, and D which are great for stronger bones and boosting your immune system.

The tree does not require any special soil to grow. But it can only plant in a warmer climate. Its tree is usually extending 15 to 18 meters or 50-60 feet in height. With evergreen leaves lengthen a 12 feet or 3.6 meters and a small, pinkish, fragrant flower.

Mangoes have numerous variations. It often differs from its shape, there are round, kidney-shape, heart-shaped, oval, or long and slender. While some varieties alter in colour. The fruit is great for soothes, jams, juices, or eating it right out of your hands. Slice both sides to get the pulp. Avoid slicing the seed. Or you can just peel it with your bare hands and enjoy its refreshing sweetness.