Demand for good Poi Bhaji benefits for cancer, kidney and heart diseases, started farming

Gandhinagar, 14 June 2021

According to scientists, 300-400 grams of green vegetables should be eaten daily. In which 116 grams of leafy vegetables should be eaten. It is considered a complete diet. The yield of Poi Bhaji (Bacella alba) in the field is 150 to 300 quintals per hectare. Watering has to be done in 10-15 days. It can be beneficial for 1.20 lakh patients of the dreaded disease in Gujarat. Hence the consumption has increased.

If 150 grams of green leafy vegetable juice is drunk daily, then it is more beneficial than cooked vegetables. Now people in Gujarat have started eating more vegetables. The trend of eating Poi Lata for free without any epidemic in the verandah or walkway of the house has suddenly increased. There are health reasons behind this. So farmers have now started cultivating Poi vegetables. It is in good demand.

Poi Bhaji (Bacella alba) Purple bhaji is a growing crop as it helps prevent cancer.

Poi is gentle, gentle and kind in appearance. Its leaves are green in color then heart-shaped purple in color. As its use in health is increasing, in the same way it is being eaten with salad, vegetables, and lentils or by making bhajiya. The leaves are fleshy, thick. There is a pink flower. The fruits turn purple when ripe. Lots of branches come out. The one-year-old vine grows in great numbers in the summer. People now grow vines in open spaces, terraces or balconies.

Kuna leafy vegetables are used in juices, salads, vegetables, lentils, dumplings.


100 grams of leaves contain more than 26.7% vitamin A. Many times more iron in Poi, 10 mg. 21 contains 35 mg of phosphorus. Iron and vitamin C are both high. Vitamin C, iron, calcium, vitamin A, protein, potassium, phosphorus and antioxidants, lutein, beta-carotene. 100 grams of leaves contain 90.8 grams of water, 2.8 grams of protein, 0.4 grams of fat, 4.2 grams of carbohydrates, 260 milligrams. Calcium, 35 g. Phosphorus, 7440 mcg Carotene, 0.03 mcg. Thiamine, 0.16 mg. Riboflavin, 0.5 mg. niacin and 11 mg. Vitamin C is found.


It is also a good source of vitamins A, C, calcium, folate, thiamine, riboflavin, calcium, iron, copper, zinc, manganese and magnesium, which help prevent many diseases. It is a perennial green vegetable.

Blood enhancer, diuretic, antipyretic, appetite, depressant, sedative, beneficial, Poi Bhaji strengthens bones and teeth as well as keeps the stomach healthy. Increases blood in the body and gives strength to fight diseases. Gastric or peptic ulcer: This is the only medicine that can cure gastric ulcer most effectively. By tying the root of Poi or the whole vine on the head, sleep comes. The toxic effect is reduced by drinking the leaves mixed with water. Keeps the body fit. Memory is high. Useful in keeping cancer away. Keeps heart healthy. Helps to make skin, lips, eyes glowing.

Poi Bhaji is a complete medicine used to relieve kidney patients from dialysis.

1.20 lakh patients can be directly benefited

In Gujarat, 10 thousand of kidney, 80 thousand of cancer, 28 thousand of heart disease, 1.20 lakh patients with these 3 diseases can get good benefits.

There are 1.50 to 2 lakh cancer patients in Gujarat. Every year 80 thousand new patients come. In Ahmedabad, cancer is increasing at the rate of 4.8% in 10 years. Of these, 22% are oral, 11% tongue, 10% lung, 4% esophageal and 4% leukemia. 21.5 per cent of women suffer from breast cancer, 14.23 per cent cervical cancer and 8 per cent from oral cancer. Poi Bell Juice and Raw Salad have amazing power to stay away from cancer. His consumption of dumplings is increasing.

Ahmedabad-based Institute of Kidney Diseases and Research Center has done 1.2 million dialysis in Gujarat. Performs approximately 22500 dialysis per month from 469 machines. India needs 1 to 1.50 lakh kidneys every year but only 3500 to 4000 kidney transplants are done. More than 40 transplants are being done in the state but it is also dependent on organ donation. More than 300 patients are waiting for donor in the city.

Heart disease is on the rise in Gujarat. There were 108,647 heart attacks in 2010 and 28,201 in 2021. 31-50 years is the age of red alert. Rs 22,000 crore is spent on heart disease.