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The Sweet Coconut Water

Updated on May 13, 2012


Grown under the palm family, the coconut has been regarded as a kind of delicacy. This green round fruit serves well to be of satisfaction. It has been known to be quite a pleasure for all ages. Both young and old see it as something worth the taste. Anyone would agree of it nicely as it answers the need anyone would be looking for in any day. It may come in a variety by which to be taken with the same thorough result. Anyone in thirst can have himself be filled in as it has been worth the try.

The fruit has within its shell liquid that most look forward when opening it. The white edible solid that surrounds the inside of its surface contribute well to its freshness. This part is commonly known as coconut water.


* Coco water is the purest liquid next to ordinary water. It has many health benefits and people who love so drinking it experience a cool sensation in them. It’s a way to wellness with the minerals it contains. Some of its minerals include calcium, potassium, and magnesium. It also bears many characteristics the same with ordinary water. Both ordinary and coconut water bears much electrolytes in them which energizes muscles back to normal. It is a good way for one to recover its strength after a tiring activity.

* Coco water relieves urinary problems. According to study those who have tough time in the comfort room can sort to this fruit for aid. It relieves anyone from getting the solvent inside out. It cleans the body from any hindrances one may has on the toilet. It makes way for the waste to be filtered out nicely. If you consume coconut water on a regular basis, you’ll have no issue in regard.

* Coco water controls vomiting. Anyone would agree that to see some of the food he took in would be really be unpleasant for any nose. Under any angles, it just doesn’t contribute to an awesome day. It has been found that the water is actually effective for the job. It works to settle the stomach down of its grumbling. People with typhoid, malaria, fevers or other ailments suits the wonder of this water. Aside for sicknesses, Hangovers can also be relieved by the water as well.

* Coco water is antibacterial. It is good for the immune system. Not only does it clean channels properly but also keep the body disease free. It contains monolaurin, an antiviral, antibacterial and antiprozoal monoglyceride that is used to kill lipid-coated viruses such as HIV, Herpes, cytomegalovirus, flu and various pathogenic bacteria.


Hot days often get the sweat to just burst out in us. From within, those tiny droplets just have to get the heat out of us. They are our cooling system against the sun as the rays of its bright light won’t do no well when we like it most to be cool. We can’t help to have it in our channels to go dropping down. We often have ourselves running when we just have to find a shade. On such occasions, it would be a nice idea to consider coconut candy. It is common on tropical countries when you see summer as something to have a getaway from. It isn’t a tough thing to do as it easy as 1-2-3. There are only 3 things one would need and these are coconut water, milk and sugar. When these are ready, they just have to be mix in a bowl with 2 cups of both coconut water and milk plus 3 spoons of sugar. The mixing process would eventually comes next. Then, you let the freezer do the rest. When they have been secured, you wait over until they are solid and there you have it.


Coco water is indeed beneficial that some have seen it as something worth to invest. Its products may well be in the neighborhood speechless to say. It can be seen in markets where its demand is sufficient for the supply. And, you won’t have to go far when under your backyard can be a coconut tree.


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    • CrisSp profile image


      6 years ago from Sky Is The Limit Adventure

      How I miss fresh coconut! Thanks for sharing!

    • Matthew Maktub profile image

      Matthew Foreman 

      6 years ago from Las Vegas

      I love coconut water. I am skeptical about the mainstream wave of new coconut water manufacturers hopping on the trend. I work at a natural food store and have tried 4-5 different brands of coconut water. It's interesting that all say 100% pure coconut water on the ingredients, but taste different. It could be coconuts from different regions have different tastes. I am always skeptical about companies exploiting trends with sub-par products.

      Coconut water is definitely one of my favorite drinks for all the reasons you outlined in this hub.


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