Syed Rizwan Abbas and Azra Fatima DOWNLOAD PDF
God has gifted us with unlimited wonders. One of which is plants and animals which increase the natural beauty with many blessings and make our life easier. Many amazing things which are present due to the blessing of Allah in this whole universe from those we take much more benefits according to our needs. One which gives us fruit, as well as shelter, oxygen and many more, is a tree known as pear (pyrus communis). Like other fruits pear also have a sweet and juicy taste flavour. It is soft in the centre and hard outside. Eat fresh from trees and also picked and when ripe enjoy the taste of this delicious fruit. Due to its delicious taste and texture, it is used for making jams, jellies, and juices and sometimes used in salads and baby foods. Pear also used as fermented juice which is known as perry. Pear can grow in temperate regions include China, Pakistan and native to central, eastern Europe and south-west Asia. Pears belong to family Rosaceae (rose) family. Pear is one of the oldest plant cultured by man. The trees can live for a long period. Pear contains many secondary compounds and phytochemicals which help to defend us from many diseases. Such secondary compounds are arbutin, quercetin, anthocyanin which help in many ways such as Arbutin helps in skin whitening and eating fresh pear daily prevent from uterine cancer especially in women disease. It is also used in cosmetics. Pear is also helpful in recovering of wound healing. Pear is also rich in dietary supplements it contains vitamins, minerals, lipids, fatty acid and Flavonoids. Pears contain calcium which helps to maintain calcium level in our body which prevent us from osteoporosis. Pear properties like asdiuretic, analgesic, antioxidant, anti-inflammatory, sedative, antibacterial, antidiabetic, hypoallergenic. Pearwood is used to make furniture, musical instruments, and wood carvings. Pears are often prescribed for weaning babies because they are low in acid and aren’t too effective on a babies digestive system.
Keywords: Pear; Pyrus communis; Hypoallergenic; Phytochemicals; Anti-bacterial