Coconuts may help benign prostatic hyperplasia. It may reduce total cholesterol, triglycerides, phospholipids, levels and increased HDL cholesterol in serum and tissues. The hexane fraction of coconut peel may contain novel anticancer compounds. Young coconut juice has estrogen-like characteristics. Inside a coconut is a cavity filled with coconut water, which is sterile until opened. It mixes easily with blood, and was used during World War II in emergency transfusions. It can also serve as an emergency short-term intravenous hydration fluid. This is possible because the coconut water has a high level of sugar and other salts that makes it possible to be used in the bloodstream, much like the modern lactate ringer solution or a dextrose/water solution as an IV. In Brazil coconut is known as coco-da-Bahia. The tea from the husk fiber is widely used to treat several inflammatory disorders.
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