Short Description :- These fruits are commonly known in English as "dragon fruit", reflecting its vernacular Asian names. The names pitahaya and pitaya derives from Mexico, and pitaya roja in Central America and northern South America, possibly relating to pitaya for names of tall cacti species with flowering fruit.
Uses :- Dragon fruits have a surprising number of nutrients. Rich in antioxidants, they contain vitamin C (equivalent to 10 percent of the daily value),polyunsaturated (good) fatty acids, and several B vitamins for carbohydrate metabolism, as well as carotene and protein.
Benefits :- 1)Heart Healthy 2) Fill up on Fiber 3)Active Antioxidants 4)Fights Diabetes
5) Reduces Signs of Aging 6)Treating Colored Hair