Product Description

Cydonia oblonga (Quince)

The mainland is the Caspian Sea, North-West Iran, Turkestan and North Anatolia. It can be grown in almost every region at altitudes between 10 and 1000m. It grows in sandy-tanned hot and permeable soil. Quince, yellow, hairy, pale, texture is a fruit with a hard core and small nucleus. Because it contains protein, carbohydrates, calcium, iron, phosphorus, potassium, sodium and vitamin C, there are many benefits for the body. It contains substances such as pectin and tannin. Quince leaves are used in the paint and cosmetics industry, and are used for making medicine. Juice is regarded as jam, gel, marmalade and fruit juice. The seeds are used in the perfume and pharmaceutical industries.