|Urdu Name:بھوپھلی/Baho Phali|
|English Name:nalta jute|
|Scientific Name:Corchorus olitorius|
|Arabic Name:كوركوروس أوليتوريوس|
|Hindi Name:चेच भाजी|
Jute leaves have a bitter taste, although their taste may vary depending on their age. Those harvested young are usually more tender and flavorful, while older leaves can be earthy and more fibrous.
Because jute leaves have a slippery texture, they are often used as a thickening agent in soups, stews, and curries. They are quite versatile and can be found frozen, fresh or dried.
- May help protect against inflammation.
- May help improve bone health.
- Support the immune system.
- Possible harms of eating jute leaves
- internal bleeding. Jute leaves are full of vitamin K.
- Eye health Malnutrition and poor diet often lead to eye problems.
- Restless leg.
- Supports cell growth.
- Fight the flu.
- Lowers cholesterol levels.
- Dental and gum health.
There is not enough information available to know if nalta jute is safe.