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The annual festival of the carob tree in Tatlisu


The annual festival of the carob tree in Tatlisu

The carob tree fruit is widely used in medicine, as it is rich in such vitamins as A, B, B2, B3 and D. The annual festival of the carob tree, which grows in abundance in North Cyprus, has successfully passed in Tatlisu. The festival was attended by the President of the TRNC, Deputy Prime Minister and other distinguished guests. Cypriot syrups made from carobs have fantastic results in the treatment of many diseases, such as asthma, allergic asthma, impotence, infertility. The carob tree - it is a fantastic medicine, the fruit of this tree contain vitamins A, B, B2, B3 and D, as well as zinc, useful for both children and adults suffering from anemia.

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14.09.2013

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