Kiwi was formerly known as Chinese gooseberry. It was first introduced in China and found its way to New Zealand in the early 1900s. New Zealand recognize the potential of this succulent fruit and began cultivating it for commercial profit and named it after their kiwi bird due to its resemblance. People are attracted to kiwifruit because of its brilliant green color and exotic taste. But, the real uniqueness of kiwi fruit comes from its health benefits. 1) Good nutrients - Kiwis are high in fiber, vitamin E, magnesium, potassium, copper and have more vitamin C than oranges that strengthens immune system. 2) Blood Pressure Management - The high level of potassium in Kiwis helps maintains the balance of body fluids and electrolytes. It controls the heart rate and blood pressure by countering the effects of sodium 3) Cardiovascular Health - Kiwi is as effective as aspirin minus the side effects like inflammation and bleeding in the intestinal tract. Regular consumption prevents the build-up of plaques and deposits in the arterial walls. Uses: Medicinal - Doctors in New Zealand and Australia routinely prescribe kiwi for patients with asthmas or other respiratory problems. Pregnant woman also consume kiwi due to its rich source of folic acid that is vital for a healthy pregnancy and prevention of birth defects. Skincare - Kiwi Juices is packed with antioxidant that helps free radicals and delay the aging process. It also detoxifies and helps with clearer complexion. In addition, it is can speed the healing process of cuts and wounds on skin. Healthy Hair - A glass of kiwi daily is not only good for hair growth it can help lessen hair loss problems. Kiwi juice concentrate can be used to cleanse hair and give it a shine. It should be diluted with water to avoid harming hair as it is acidic. Wine - Some of the best wines made from the Kiwi fruit are made in America. The white wine is described as “light” and “bright” Culinary - Both fresh and powered kiwi are used as a meat tenderizer. Balm - The leaves of the kiwi vine can be boiled in water to create a balm that is use for treading a variety of skin conditions including mange in dogs. Rope - The branches and vines are used in China to make rope.