Many people eat the juicy part of watermelon, but scrap the rind. Believe it or not, the rind of watermelon has the most nutritional content, about 95 percent.
A reader explained how he was suffering from chronic pain due to his kidney stones. He knew that his pain came from kidney stones, as he has had them before. He looked toward modern medicine and found no relief, as pieces of the stone were stuck in his urethra, causing excruciating pain.
When he did his research and found that the rind of watermelon could easily break down kidney stones, he rushed to drink some. He had his wife get an organic watermelon and had it juiced. One watermelon made him a gallon of the juice. Over a period of 12 hours, he started to urinate more and the pain stopped.
Another reader explained his story about his experience with chronic pain. He said, “I suffered with severe left-side back pain for several months. Thinking it was another kidney stone and after reading that watermelon RIND juice was good for kidney stones, I sectioned a watermelon, removed the pink flesh, peeled the dark green exterior of the melon, juiced the white rind with a low rpm juicer and drank it down.
It wasn’t as tasty as juice from the melon’s red flesh but it wasn’t bad at all. Actually it was quite refreshing.
The next morning I had ZERO pain.
This happened several times until I finally went to my urologist who, after dousing my body with radiation, informed me I had NO kidney stone. THEN I went to my chiropractor who, after showing her where the pain was, put her finger on the exact vertebrae that was causing the ‘referred’ pain.
WHAT’S IN WATERMELON RIND?
Like the flesh, the rind is made from water, which helps provide the kidneys aid in waste elimination. Due to that, the hydration will lower your blood pressure. The rind also contains lots of potassium, zinc, and vitamins C, B6, and A.
It was stated in the Journal of the Science of Food and Agriculture, that citrulline in the rind of watermelon can strengthen immunity and fight off damage from free radicals. One serving of watermelon rind will provide you with these minerals and vitamins, totaling around 50 calories.
OTHER BENEFITS OF CONSUMING WATERMELON RIND
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