Dates are a staple food throughout the Middle East; Its history dates back to 7000 BC. Most of the fresh dates and palm trees are from the Middle East, West Asia and North Africa.

Iran ranks second in the world in date production and 1.2 million tons of dates are produced in Iran, which is 10% of world production.

Healthy Hair

Dates are abundant in vitamins, particularly vitamin B5, which is vital for the maintenance of healthy hair. Deficiency of this vitamin can cause hair problems like hair loss, brittle hair and split ends. Consumption of Dates can help minimize these problems.

Maintains Healthy Nervous System

Dates are a good source of vitamins which enhance the health and functionality of the human nervous system. The abundant potassium content of Dates also works to increase the speed and alertness of the brain.

Treatment of Diarrhea

Dates are effective in treating diarrhea as they contain potassium which helps in managing looseness of the intestine.

Bone Health

Dates are useful in strengthening bones and curing painful diseases like osteoporosis. Minerals such as selenium, manganese, copper and magnesium found in Dates greatly contribute to healthy bone development and strength.

Dental Health

Dates contain fluorine, an important chemical element that inhibits tooth decay by removing plaque as well as strengthening the tooth enamel.

Anti-ageing Benefits

Dates are a rich source of antioxidants, which can effectively counter the harmful free radicals in the body, thus preventing premature ageing of skin. Vitamin C, in particular, helps to decrease the occurrence of wrinkles by resisting oxidation and preventing the accumulation of melanin inside the human body.