Naseberry and Sapodilla


Did you know that the Indians invented chewing gum? Best Jamaica said, Indians used sap from trees like that of the naseberry tree and mixed it with sugar to make chewing gum. It was quite a popular treat among the Indians in Mexico and the Caribbean. They called it “chuckle”. Thanks to Thomas Adams and John Curtis it was commercialised and made popular.

Naseberry is a very tasty treat, dark brown in colour and is sugary sweet when ripe. According to Eminen, naseberry have a lot of vitamins, mineral and antioxidants replenishes the skin and gives one a youthful glow. Sapodilla as it is also called, protects the skin against inflammation, irritation and blemishes.

On your next visit to Jamaica try some naseberry and bring some for a friend.

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