Betel nuts - Stock image

Adulation, Areca, Areca Palm Tree, Biting, Chewing

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Stock photo ID:177035955
Upload date:August 17, 2013

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'Areca nut, also known as the pinang or betel nut is the fruit of the Areca Catechu tree, a species of palms that grows in South Asia and the tropical Pacific.Slices of the areca nut is wraped in betel leaves and chewed for its mild stimulant effect. Lime and sometimes other spices like clove and cardamon or even a tobacco leaf or two are added to the wrap. Chewing it blackens the teeth and stains the mouth deep red. Chewing of the areca nut is a tradition that dates back to thousands of years. This ritual used to be pratised widely by the local people but now it is not so popular among the younger generation.'
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