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The dragon fruit is native to Central and South America. It is however grown commercially in Asian countries regularly. Thailand, Sri Lanka, India are now the primary producers of dragon fruit in Asia. The outer skin of the fruit bears scales which is probably why it has got the name. Contrary to the belief, this fruit does not grow on a tree but on a cactus which has flowers that bloom only for a limited number of hours. Typically only a single night. The dragon fruit contains B-complex and Vitamin C, iron, calcium, phosphorus and antioxidantsThe dragon fruit’s seeds also contribute to its nutritional benefit. They contain protein as well as omega-3 and omega-6 fatty acids that can help prevent cardiovascular diseases. The seeds also have a laxative effect. It is also known to aid in regulating blood pressure and is helpful in recovery after an attack of dengue which affects the WBC and the platelets in our blood.