Bair Indian

Bair Indian

Price: ₹ 75.00  

1 kg


Indian bair belongs to the family of Rhamnaceae and also known as Chinese apple, and Indian plum. It is small, tropical, and an evergreen tree shrub, which grows to the height of 15 m high.
They are of different shapes, sizes, and colors, such as green, red, and yellow according to their ripened period. It is oval, elliptical, and round in shape. The inner part is white with juicy and sweet. It has an aromatic smell and is available throughout the year.
Indian bair grows under the temperature of 15°-20°C but does not require frost and needs sandy, clayey, saline soil for cultivation.


Nutritional profile


Following are the nutrition facts of bair fruit:

  • Indian bair (100g) contains the mixture of vitamins, minerals, and antioxidants such as 79kcal energy, carbohydrates (20g), protein (1.2g), fats (0.2g), 2% calcium, 2% magnesium, 2% iron, 115% vitamin C, fiber (0.60g), 5% vitamin B6, and water (83g) in it.


Health benefits


These are some bair fruit benefits:

  • Indian bair contains a lack of flavonoids and polysaccharides, which help treat sleeping problems or insomnia.
  • Indian bair contains fiber, which helps in digestion and gives relief from constipation.
  • Indian bair contains abundant amount of vitamins and antioxidants which boost our immunity system.
  • Indian bair contains iron, calcium which helps to keep our body healthy.




  • Branches of Indian bair are used in the construction process.




1. Indian bair sauce

Ingredients: 1 bowl chopped and without stones, Green bair,1/2, cup chopped Mint,3 teaspoon Black Salt,1 teaspoon Salt,1teaspoon Sugar, 2 tablespoon Lemon Juice, 1 teaspoon Roasted Cumin Powder, and 2 teaspoons chopped Green Chillies.

Cooking steps: Add all the ingredients in a mixer jar and blend it until it becomes a smooth paste. Then transfer it into a bowl and serve it.


2. Indian bair juice

Ingredients: 1 bowl bair without stones, 2 teaspoon sugar, 1 small cup chopped mint leaves, and a pinch of salt, water, and ice cubes.

Cooking steps: Add bair, mint leaves, water, sugar, and salt in a mixer jar and blend it until it becomes smooth. Then strain it into a glass with ice cubes and serve it.