Health Benefits of Falsa Fruit and Juice

Falsa is a fruit awaited all along the year. With a botanical name, grewia asiatica, Falsa is a small tangy and sweet-flavored dark purple fruit surrounding one or two small hard seeds that grows in Pakistan, Bangladesh, India, Nepal, Sri Lanka, Thailand, Cambodia, and Vietnam.

Health Benefits of Falsa of Phalsa Fruit and Juice

Falsa, in Pakistan, is considered an exotic fruit and is either eaten raw with salt or drunk as juice. Not only is the fruit very tasty and beneficial, but the other parts of the tree also have their own advantages.

The bark of the falsa tree is used in sugar (gur) making, its leaves have an antibiotic effect and are also used as cattle fodder; and oil from falsa seeds is used to treat fevers and diarrhoea.

It is falsa season, so do not avoid it but rather include it in your diet because of its fantastic health benefits.

Nutrition facts of Falsa

Serving size100Grams
lipid (fat)0.9Grams
Vitamin C22Milligrams

Health Benefits of Falsa

Falsa contains anthocyanin flavonoids, which are responsible for being protective against cancer.

Falsa fruit and falsa juice have been used for centuries to treat liver and gall bladder problems.

Falsa is such an amazing fruit that it protects the heart, purifies the blood, and regulates blood pressure and cholesterol levels.

It also helps prevent colds and coughs and relieves them if one gets one.

Falsa juice aids in relieving digestive problems like excess acidity and indigestion.

Falsa juice aids in relieving digestive problems like excess acidity and indigestion.

Falsa juice is also good for sunburn victims and those who suffer from heat stroke.

It has a high content of vitamin C which helps in relieving asthma, bronchitis, and shortness of breath.

Falsa helps increase energy levels, improves skin and vision, and promotes natural weight loss.

It helps build stamina, and reduces insomnia and depression.

Falsa juice is a great supplement for people with diabetes.

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falsa fruit 2023

The leaves of a falsa tree are used to heal wounds and cuts and also to relieve irritation and pain.


Falsa         250 g

Suggar      100 g

Black Water to taste

Cold Water    2.5 glasses

Ice cubes

Fresh mint leaves to garnish


Wash the fruit thoroughly, sprinkle liberally with salt, and leave to macerate for an hour. Mash falsa and then sieve the pulp to get rid of the seeds.

Put the falsa pulp into a jug and add the sugar, black salt, and salt if you wish.

Pour into glasses over ice, and garnish with fresh mint leaves.


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