Benefits of Figs

Figs are said to have been enjoyed by Cleopatra and are known as high-quality, mysterious fruits.

It has a high content of dietary fiber and iron, as well as calcium and potassium, which is why it is called the 'Queen of Fruits'.

In addition, figs contain a proteolytic enzyme called ficin, which promotes digestion, and contains benzaldehyde, which has excellent anticancer action, and polyphenols that lower cholesterol levels and have antioxidant functions. It is suitable food for

Figs, with their exotic scent and taste, have long been recognized for their efficacy and effectiveness, both in the East and the West. As a folk medicine, it is said that it was used favorably by royalty and nobles in ancient Egypt, Rome, and Israel, and gladiators (Roman gladiators) used it as a tonic and medicine to treat cancer and liver disease.

In Korea, it is recorded in Donguibogam that 'It is good for removing toxins from the body, gastrointestinal diseases, anemia, and hemorrhoids, promoting digestion and relieving hangovers'.