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Oval shaped attractive fruits with smooth, light brown skin which facilitates a good market appeal. Flesh is crisp and retains coppery brown colour while other sapota varieties turn dark brown after ripening.Sapota is a delicious tropical fruit that belongs to the Sapotaceae family that goes with the scientific name Manilkara zapota.

1: Source of energy 

Sapota is rich in glucose and calories that make it a source of energy. It is an instant source of energy. Hence we can consume it during the workout. It replenishes the body with a quick source of natural energy. Also, sapota is the best choice of fruit for children and pregnant women to meet their increasing energy demand and uplifts overall health.

2: Boost immunity 

Sapota is rich in vitamin C and antioxidants that help build your immunity. Polyphenol present in sapota may combat detrimental toxins and lowers the risk of diseases. It also has antibacterial and anti-viral properties that act as safeguards the system from harmful microbes.

3: Skin benefits

The presence of multiple vitamins, antioxidants, minerals, and dietary fibers makes sapota one of the great fruit for healthy and glowing skin.

The Vitamin E in this fruit moisturizes your skin, thus giving you healthy and glowing skin. It is also rich in antioxidants that act as an anti-aging compound by eradicating free radicals in the body that are responsible for enhancing the aging process.
Sapota seeds contain kernel oil that helps to reduce the inflammation of the skin and painful conditions of the skin. You can apply this oil as a poultice on painful skin afflictions.

4: Hair benefits 

As we all know, that sapota contains essential nutrients that require for our hair health. But did you know sapota seed oil is more beneficial than its flesh when it comes to your hair health?

Oil extracted from sapota seeds helps in moisturizing and softening your hair. It is most effective when you have unmanageable curly hairs. This oil is also alleviating itchy skin conditions like seborrheic dermatitis and promotes healthy hair growth.
For best results, ground the sapota seeds and make a paste, then mix with castor oil. This mixture should be applied to the scalp and washed off the next day