Tori Vegetable in English
What do we call Tori vegetable in English?
- English name of Tori Vegetable is “Ridged Gourd”
Tori Vegetable / Ridged Gourd
Tori Vegetable, is a summer squash used extensively in Indian cuisine as a popular health food. A green vegetable, Tori has white or yellow flesh with ridges and bumps that run along the fruit’s surface when cut into cross-sections.
Tori Vegetable, scientifically known as Luffa acutangula or Chinese Okra or Chinese Luffa, is a species of flowering plant in the Cucurbitaceae family. It belongs to the genus Luffa and grows up to 18 inches long and 10 inches wide, with ridges on its skin surface that resemble crocodile scales. The fruit is picked while it’s still green, then dried and used in cosmetics, masks and other cleansing products.
Tori Vegetable Benefits
Health Benefits of Tori Vegetable are endless
- Tori Vegetable is an anti-inflammatory herb.
- Tori improves one’s vision.
- Tori is an effective treatment for anaemia.
- Tori is beneficial to the skin.
- Constipation is relieved with Tori.
- Vitamin A, vitamin C, iron, magnesium, and vitamin B6 are all abundant in Tori.
- Tori aids in the regulation of metabolism and the removal of toxins from the body.
- Tori aids in the management of acidity.
- Tori contains cooling properties and helps to lower body heat.
- Weight reduction is aided by Tori.
- Tori helps regulate diabetes by containing insulin-like peptides and alkaloids.