Mango or aam or aamra is amongst the most popular summer fruits in India. Itâ€™s probably the only fruit which comes in such different varieties, from place to place be it the alphanso of Mumbai, safeda of Andhra Pradesh, chausa and dussehri of UP, langhra of Banaras, sindoori, totapari, malda the list is endless. Itâ€™s consumed raw and ripe and also forms an important ingredient of sauces, pickles, juices, jams too. Mango juice is used to make aam-panna and when mixed with milk, makes milk shake. Itâ€™s cut into small pieces, dried and then amchoor (dried mango powder) is prepared for various uses.
* Excessive intake of mangoes can invite gastric problems, itching and redness in eyes, indigestion, heat in blood, loose motions and even anal pain. Thus, mangoes should always be consumed in moderate quantities.
* Jambul fruit offsets and removes problems caused due to excessive consumption of mangoes.
* Avoid taking cold water immediately after mangoes.
* Never take mangoes on empty stomach.
Instant Aam ka paani/Aam panna/Green mango drink
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