In traditional Chinese medicine, Jujube is used to relax the body and calm the mind. Jujube fruits have long been used as an herbal medicine to treat insomnia
Rich in nutrients
Jujube is full of antioxidants and several vitamins and minerals, but particularly rich in vitamin C, giving it immune-boosting properties. It also contains a fair amount of potassium, which plays vital roles in muscle control and electrolyte balance.
Taste of Jujube
Jujube fruits are sweet, when dried they become
even sweeter, and have a similar texture to dates.
Enjoy Jujube for a nutritious snack high in fiber
Makes you feel full for longer, which can help you with weight loss
May aid in sleep and brain function
High in antioxidants
How to eat Jujube?
Enjoy raw or dried
Fresh jujubes are sweet and have an apple-like texture and can be eaten raw.
These dried Chinese jujubes are known as red dates. The dried fruits can be eaten directly, but they’re also often cooked into soups and tea. Dried red dates can be used in place of raisins or palm date fruits in cakes and other desserts.