Sugar: 9.85 g
Place of Origin: between southern Brazil and Paraguay.
Common Uses: Pineapples wine, production of fiber, and medicinal use to kill parasitic amoebas, expel worms, and an anti-inflammatory agent.
Sugar: 13.7 g
Place of Origin: South Asia
Common Uses: treat scabies, Amoebiasis and indigestion, strengthening the functioning of liver, antiseptic and healing wounds, reducing diabetes, cure scurvy, preventing cancerous growth even when in its advanced stage.
Sugar: 0 mg
Place of Origin: Southeast Asia
Common Uses: curing fevers, swelling, high blood pressure, jaundice, malaria, parasites, and skin diseases.
Sugar: 0.4 g
Place of Origin: Central and Western Asia
Common Uses: prevention of cancer, cardiovascular disease, age-related macular degeneration, and the degeneration of the immune and neurological systems.
Sugar: 0.5 g
Place of Origin: Africa and Asia
Common Uses: treating biliary colic and spasm of the bowel, relief of nausea in pregnancy and cramps, rheumatoid arthritis, cholera, and nervous excitement.
Sugar: 3.9 g
Place of Origin: Mediterranean area and Asia Minor
Common Uses: stimulates appetite, relieves congestion, non-irritating diuretic, easing the sting of insect bites, preventing blood vessels from prematurely aging.
Sugar: 13.67 g
Place of Origin: Iran to Northern India
Common Uses: treating high blood pressure, congestive heart failure, heart attack , atherosclerosis, and high cholesterol.
Sugar: 26 g
Place of Origin: Brazil, Paraguay, Argentina
Common Uses: treat sleep disorders, pain, insomnia related to neurasthenia or hysteria, and nervous exhaustion.
Sugar: 12.23 g
Place of Origin: Jamaica, the Western Caribbean Zone, and most of Central America.
Common Uses: Face masks, polishing silverware and leather shoes, fertilizer or mulch, compost, deterring aphids, and attracting butterflies and birds.
Sugar: 10.39 g
Place of Origin: Central Asia
Common Uses: ripening green tomatoes, softening brown sugar, keeping cakes fresh, and removing excess salt from soups and casseroles.