Here is Why You Should Not Throw Away Watermelon Seeds

Watermelon seeds contain dietary fiber necessary for normal function of the digestive tract. During watermelon eating most people throw away seeds.

Those who do not throw away seeds are helping their digestion, but that is all unfortunately. Same seed as it passes through the digestive tract remain intact and only mechanical help improve digestion, but most of their beneficial ingredients remains unused.

To take advantage of all the healing properties, the seeds need to cook, grind or bake in order to come up with valuable content.


Watermelon seeds contain dietary fiber necessary for the normal operation of the digestive tract, help in case of intestinal parasites, as well as in the treatment of patients suffering from jaundice and inflammation in the body.

Seeds of watermelon contains citrulline substance that acts as an antioxidant, promotes dilation of blood vessels and have beneficial effect in the case of atherosclerosis, hypertension, angina and erectile dysfunction in men.

Watermelon seeds are healthy ingredient that is particularly useful for the treatment of kidney and urinary tract. Using tea from fresh watermelon seeds will remove stones and sand in the kidneys.

Here’s the magic recipe:

Smash fresh watermelon seeds or chop in the mill, and cook for 15 minutes in two liters of water. This amount should be allocated and drink for two days, and the third day is a break. The process thus continues for several weeks at the same intervals – two days of use with a one day break.

Experts advise to prepare during the summer and accumulate a sufficient amount of seeds to keep them available for long-term use when watermelons are not available.

Watermelon seeds are recommended to strengthen the heart and muscle structure of the body. Also, enhance memory and improve concentration.

Excellent source of magnesium, iron, vitamin A, B, C, antioxidants, calcium, manganese, niacin and half-saturated fat.