The figs are well known for their mild laxative effect, so they should be consumed with figs. Try a small amount with two or three fresh figs. More concentrated, dried figs have a fungus that is so mild that they are suitable for children, so the effect of fresh fruit can not cause an alarm. However, the term syrup syrup is often used to describe the "Composite Syrup", which has added the stronger laxative syna, rhombar and cascara extracts to make it much stronger.
The spice is also recognized as having reassuring effects on irritated bronchitis: flights. This dampening effect is reassuring in inflammed mucous membranes that cause chilling. Fresh figs are a weak source of vitamin C, but better sources of vitamin B6 than other fruits. The fig contains 100 mg of 100 mg of vitamin B6.
Figs played an important role in both the ancient Greeks and the Romans. The ancient Greeks feed on large quantities to their athletes, the Spartans, in the belief that fruit is strong and quick. Roman fed fresh figurines to their slaves, especially to agricultural workers, but dried figs were also widely sold out.