The kadi or pseudo-shed plant belongs to the Pandanaceae family, which includes more than 600 plant species. It is a tropical plant.  The length of its young tree ranges from about 6 to 9 meters, and the shape of its fruit is like a round or oval head. To about 20 centimeters, and it contains many pieces ranging from 40 to 80 and is called the carpels, or the phalanges, and the color of the fruits, it ranges from yellow to orange and becomes when ripe, which needs several months Reddish orange and more aromatic,  and kadi water can be prepared by distilling the flowers. It should be noted that this water contains a small percentage of kadi oil, which is 0.02% of it, and this water can be used to add flavor to food and sweets. 
Benefits of cady water
As mentioned previously, kadi water is used to add flavor to food and sweets,  but there are no studies that show the benefits of this water, and some studies have been conducted on the kadi plant and fruits, and the following are its results:
- A preliminary study in hamster rats that consumed a diet high in fat, the results of which were published in the journal PloS One in 2013, indicated that the ethanolic extract of the cadi fruit improved hyperlipidemia or hyperlipoproteinemia by reducing the level of total cholesterol , harmful cholesterol, and triglycerides. It also reduced the rise in fat levels in the liver. 
- A laboratory study, the results of which were published in the Journal of Medicinal Plants Research in 2012, indicated that cadi fruits contain phenols and flavonoids, which have antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties . 
- A preliminary study conducted on mice with type 2 diabetes, the results of which were published in The Journal of nutritional biochemistry in 2014, indicated that cadi fruit extract has a role in reducing hyperglycemia and hyperinsulinism . It can also reduce the storage of fat inside the abdomen. 
Cady water damage
There is no information indicating the degree of safety of Alkadi water or the associated precautions for use.
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- ↑ "Pandanus tectorius" , www.ctahr.hawaii.edu , 16-2-2002, Retrieved 4-6-2020. Edited.
- ^ A b Singh Is Gurmeet And Parle Amrita has (2015), "Unique Pandanus - Flavor, Food And Medicine" , Journal Unit Of Pharmacognosy And Phytochemistry , Issue 3, 5 the Folder, 8-14 . Page. Edited.
- ↑ Xiaopo Zhang, Chongming Wu, Haifeng Wu and others (4-16-2013), “Anti-Hyperlipidemic Effects and Potential Mechanisms of Action of the Caffeoylquinic Acid-Rich Pandanus tectorius Fruit Extract in Hamsters Fed a High Fat-Diet” , PloS one , Issue 4, Folder 8, Page e61922. Edited.
- ↑ Xiaopo Zhang, Peng Guo, Guangli Sun and others (9-4-2012), “Phenolic compounds and flavonoids from the fruits of Pandanus tectorius Soland” , Journal of Medicinal Plants Research , Issue 13, Folder 6, Page 2622-2626. Edited.
- ↑ Chongming Wu, Zhang Xiaopo, Xue Zhang and others (4-2014), "The caffeoylquinic acid-rich Pandanus tectorius fruit extract increases insulin sensitivity and regulates hepatic glucose and lipid metabolism in diabetic db / db mice" , The Journal of nutritional biochemistry , Issue 4, Folder 25, Page 412-419. Edited.