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Date PalmPhoenix dactylifera

The Date Palm (Phoenix dactylifera) likely originated in the Fertile Crescent, and fossil records show this plant dates back 50 million years. Today it is widely cultivated across tropical and subtropical regions worldwide.

What is Date Palm Used For?

Date Palm fruit has been a staple in the Middle East for thousands of years, and today it is made into syrup, paste, vinegar, sugar and wine.

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Traditional Health Benefits of Date Palm

Energy Support
Energy Support

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