The Chinese called apricots the 'moons of the faithful'. They were thought to have abilities to enhance fertility in women.
Because apricots contain the mineral zinc, it is said that consuming them can sharpen your thinking by 15%.
In Europe, apricots were often considered an aphrodisiac while in China, the apricot kernel was used in Chinese medicine.
Is a landlocked mountainous country in the Lesser Caucasus Mountains, Eurasia, bordered by Turkey, Georgia, Azerbaijan, Iran and Nakhchivan
A tree or shrub species, also the pomaceous fruit of the trees.
The peach; a deciduous tree.
An edible green plant in the cabbage family.
A juicy stone fruit.
A fleshy drupe or stone fruit.
A group of metabolic diseases resulting in high blood sugar.
A citrus, easy peeled fruit.
A species of a flowering plant holding an edible fruit called fig.