Organic watermelons are the most popular melon representatives. They biologically belong to Cucurbitaceae and cucurbit is their fruit. Cucurbit is referred to berries, but such treatments can completely confuse. So, in botanical terms, it is wrong to refer watermelon to berries.
Organic watermelons are grown without use of chemical fertilizers on the certified agricultural lands that have not been treated with agrochemicals for at least three years. That’s why organic watermelons have strong diuretic, choleretic, anti-inflammatory, antipyretic, laxative and tonic properties. Eating them also normalizes metabolism and increases peristalsis.