The black-eyed pea, more commonly known as the “black-eyed duck,” is a plant that is close to the bean family, but is actually a fabales plant. In fact, 20 different varieties of this bean have been known so far, but the most commonly used species of this bean is the common black-eyed pea in the markets.

The black-eyed pea plant has a one-year lifespan and grows mostly in the tropics, with slender, very long stems. The leaflets of the black-eyed pea are quite thin and their appearance is sharp and notched.

The flowers and blossoms of the black-eyed pea plant are yellow or reddish-yellow, which grow next to the leaves. The fruit of the black-eyed pea plant is quite similar to other beans and has an elongated pod, some of which may even reach 90 cm in length. The amount of beans in each of these pods is about 10 to 40 beans.

The nature of black-eyed pea is warmer and it is used as a suitable source of protein.


Benefits of black-eyed pea

Each black-eyed pea seed is rich in antioxidants, vitamin A, vitamin B1, B12, vitamin C, iron, copper, magnesium, potassium, zinc, fiber and protein.

It is important to know that black-eyed pea contain significant amounts of amino acids and stigmasterol.

Stigmasterol is a procedure in which steroids are identified and isolated and used in required extracts and products.

In fact, black-eyed pea is a tonic and thirst quencher (especially in China) and many doctors believe that black-eyed pea will be very useful in relieving diarrhea and diseases that lead to dehydration. The black-eyed pea prevents frequent urination.

Due to its threonine content, black-eyed pea increases the production of antibodies in the body, thereby strengthening the immune system.

Many traditional healers use the extract of the stem and leaves of the black-eyed pea plant to relieve earache. In India, black-eyed pea seeds are used as a diuretic and to strengthen the stomach, intestines and bladder.

Adding black-eyed pea to your daily diet is one of the best ways to prevent hair loss, and black-eyed pea are highly recommended for those who have excessive hair loss.

In general, legumes are very good controllers for cholesterol and excess body fat. Among these legumes, black-eyed pea with a low glycemic index, much more than other legumes in the category of legumes B helps to strengthen the lipid profile.

It is recommended that you add black-eyed pea seeds to your baby’s diet from the age of 8 months, and to reduce bloating, soak it in water for 4 to 8 hours and then cook.


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