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  Seawater Grapes
  
  Seawater grapes, also known as Bakhseo grapes, is a small, sweet grape native to Korea. Its scientific name is Vitis Amurensis Rupestris. The grape is round in shape, dark purple in color, and slightly sour in taste. It is often eaten raw or used to make wine.
  
  Seawater grapes are extremely hard to cultivate and can only grow in five regions of the country: the southwestern islands of Dokdo, Jeju Island, the port city of Busan, the estuaries of the western coastal city of Gunsan, and its surrounding areas in the Gyeongsang region. They thrive in the saline-alkaline soil around the coasts of Korea, which has a high salt content due to the waves of the sea.
  
  The origin of seawater grapes is attributed to the Japanese fishermen who, around the eighteenth century, planted the vines on the coast of Jeju Island. The fishermen harvested salt from the sea, and in order to keep away harmful insects and other animals, they planted seawater grapes near the saltpans. Consequently, the grape vines spread from the saltpans and grew wild along the coasts.
  
  With their high salt and mineral content, seawater grapes are known to have many health benefits. These grapes are rich in vitamins C, B, and A, which helps the body absorb minerals more easily. They also contain high levels of potassium, which can help to reduce blood pressure, and a notable amount of iron, which helps with anemia and improves blood circulation.
  
  Furthermore, seawater grapes are full of antioxidants, which can help protect against disease and aging. Antioxidants help fight the damage caused by free radicals, which are a byproduct of our bodies' normal metabolic process and can lead to a variety of health problems such as cancer and heart disease.
  
  Additionally, seawater grapes can help boost the immune system. This is because of the high levels of manganese and zinc they contain, which can help reduce inflammation and repair damage to the body's cells and tissues.
  
  Finally, seawater grapes can help with digestive problems. They are good sources of dietary fiber, which is known to aid digestion and promote regularity. The grapes are also known to have mild laxative effects, which can help treat constipation and other digestive issues.
  
  Although seawater grapes are still relatively unknown, they are slowly gaining popularity due to their numerous health benefits. They are now available in fresh, canned, or frozen forms, and can be found in specialty stores, online, and even in some supermarkets. These small, sweet grapes are a great, natural way to improve your health and overall wellbeing.to English translation
  
  Seawater Grape
  
  Seawater grapes, also known as seacolored grapes, are a unique and rare type of grape that is mainly found in Okinawa, Japan. The grapes are thick-skinned and round, and boast an intense sweet-tangy taste. These grapes contain high levels of natural salts and trace minerals, giving them their distinct flavor.
  
  Seawater grapes grow in direct contact with seawater and absorb its salty flavor. The moist air around the ocean also has a big effect on the delicate flavor of these grapes. In fact, these grapes are so beloved in Okinawa that some of the locals call them “precious grapes”!
  
  Seawater grapes’ nutritional benefits are outstanding. They contain an abundance of natural vitamins and minerals, and are an excellent source of vitamins B1, B2, and C. The high amount of potassium in seawater grapes make them good for improving heart health, and for those suffering from hypertension. Other beneficial elements found in seawater grapes are carotenoids, which provide a broad range of health benefits.
  
  These grapes are known to have an array of therapeutic uses. Several research studies have found that seawater grapes can help to reduce inflammation, strengthen the immune system, reduce fatigue, and improve digestion. Additionally, they are also said to aid in weight loss due to their high content of dietary fibers and polyphenols.
  
  Seawater grapes are harvested in the early summer. The best time to pick these grapes is before the hot summer days arrive; otherwise, the flavor will be compromised. Okinawa is the only place in Japan that grows seawater grapes. This makes them somewhat rare and difficult to procure, leading to their high price tag.
  
  While seawater grapes are not as commonplace as other types of grapes, their unique and delicious flavor is worth seeking out. Once you give them a try, you won't be disappointed! Try something new and exotic this summer—pick up some seawater grapes!
  
  Seawater grapes are a type of grape mainly found in Okinawa, Japan. These grapes are thick-skinned and round, boasting an intense sweet-tangy flavor. Seawater grapes contain natural salts and trace minerals, giving them their distinct taste. Not only are they incredibly flavorful, but these grapes are also high in vitamins and minerals that are beneficial to health. Seawater grapes are rich in vitamins B1, B2, and C, and rich in potassium, carotenoids, dietary fibers, and polyphenols. The therapeutic benefits of seawater grapes are numerous and include reducing inflammation, strengthening the immune system, and aiding in weight loss. These grapes are harvested in the early summer and are somewhat elusive, making them rather expensive. While seawater grapes may be difficult to procure, their unique and delicious flavor makes them worth seeking out!