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  1. Remedios con okra para diabetes, adelgazar y másTreatment
    El okra recibe varios nombres.  En Cuba, por ejemplo, se llama quimbombó, bolondrón, molondrón. En Colombia; cancha y en Panamá: najú.   En lugares como Brasil, se llama quiabo, quimgomboRead more
  2. photo Health benefits of <b>okra</b>Health benefits of okraNews
    Okra is available the entire year in the southern lands, but for Americans, it is only available during summer. The appearance of okra is comparable to that of a grooved pepper, and it belongsRead more
  3. photo The amazing health benefits of <b>okra</b>The amazing health benefits of okraNews
    Okra, also called gumbo or lady's finger, is a tall, flowering plant that is cultivated in tropical, subtropical and temperate regions around the world. It has been prized for centuries for itsRead more
  4. Okra with Coconut MilkRecipe
    -Tonic Cholagogue Vasodilator Stomachic Antihistamine Antipyretic ayurvedic notesCoconut milk and okra are heavy, cooling and smooth an irritated digestive tract. Weights & measuresRead more
  5. photo <b>Okra</b>: The Wonder Vegetable – 22 The Amazing Health Benefits Of <b>Okra</b>Okra: The Wonder Vegetable – 22 The Amazing Health Benefits Of OkraTreatment
    One of the best therapeutic vegetables is known as Okra. When you read this article, we are certain that you will begin utilizing Okra as a part of your every day diet. What is OkraRead more
  6. photo How to Make <b>Okra</b> Water for DiabeticsHow to Make Okra Water for DiabeticsTreatment
    science is only now starting to realize the benefit of plants that we’ve had access to all along. One of those plants is Okra and a glass of Okra water can do wonders for diabetes. In fact, peopleRead more
  7. photo The Amazing Benefits Of <b>Okra</b> And How To Take Advantage Of Them!The Amazing Benefits Of Okra And How To Take Advantage Of Them!Article
    Okra is a flowering plant which is cultivated in tropical and subtropical regions all around the world. Also may be found under the name of gumbo or lady’s finger. Mainly it is used for foodRead more
  8. photo <b>Okra</b> 4 Ways: The Slimy, Delicious, Southern Summer WonderOkra 4 Ways: The Slimy, Delicious, Southern Summer WonderArticle
    A lengthy green seedpod that is often mistaken for a pepper, the humble okra is a popular ingredient in many Asian and African cuisines. Also found stewed in gumbo and fried in corn meal on menusRead more
  9. photo Here’s What Happens To Your Body When You Consume <b>Okra</b>Here’s What Happens To Your Body When You Consume OkraTreatment
    After reading this article, you will incorporate Okra in your eating regimen without doubt. But what Is Okra? Okra aka “Lady’s finger” is in with the Malvaceae (mallows) familyRead more
  10. photo 12 Remarkable Facts About <b>Okra</b> (and why you should be eating it)12 Remarkable Facts About Okra (and why you should be eating it)Treatment
    Nowadays, okra is fast becoming a popular health food due to its beneficial qualities that can help improve your health. It is a flowering plant that is known as Lady’s Fingerin many partsRead more

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Okra (US /ˈoʊkrə/ or UK /ˈɒkrə/; Abelmoschus esculentus Moench), known in many English-speaking countries as ladies' fingers, bhindi, bamia, ochro or gumbo, is a flowering plant in the mallow family. It is valued for its edible green seed pods. The geographical origin of okra is disputed, with supporters of West African, Ethiopian, and South Asian origins. The plant is cultivated in tropical,...More