Vine, Two-Flowered Passion Flower
Scientific name: Passiflora biflora
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SoursopFruit orchard ₡3,750.00 Add to cart
₡3,750.00SKU: 0900 Category: Fruit orchard
Scientific name: Annona muricata
Origin: Mexico and Tropical America
Medicinal use: Annona muricata, the soursop name of Taino origin, is cultivated for its edible fruits in many countries with a tropical climate. Both the fruit and the leaves of A. muricata are attributed medicinal properties. The most widespread is that it cures cancer but does not specify what type of cancerous tumor. The fruit has a delicious sweet and sour taste, ideal to consume in juices and smoothies; but also the leaves of the graviola have medicinal properties.
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Lilli pilliFruit orchard ₡2,550.00 Read more
₡2,550.00SKU: 1305 Category: Fruit orchard
Scientific name: Syzygium luehmannii
Origin: New Guinea and Australia
Medicinal use: Syzygium luehmannii, also known as riberry, small-leaved pilly lilly, satinash cherry, alder cherry. The tree can reach up to 30 meters in height in the forest, the berry has an acid taste similar to that of the blueberry, which has a hint of cloves. The fruit is commonly used to make a distinctive jam, and is also used in sauces, syrups, and jams.
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BiribaFruit orchard ₡3,750.00 Add to cart
₡3,750.00SKU: 0320 Category: Fruit orchard
Scientific name: Annona mucosa
Origin: S America
Medicinal use: Of the approximately 65 species of the genus Rollinia (family Annonaceae), only a few bear edible fruits and among the best known is the biriba. In the Amazon, the tree can flower and bear fruit throughout the year, but the fruits are more abundant from January to June. The fruit is considered analeptic and antiscorbutic. The powder from the seeds is said to be a remedy for enterocolitis. In addition, the fruit is consumed fresh and fermented to make wine in Brazil.
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Chestnut, MalabarFruit orchard ₡3,750.00 Add to cart
₡3,750.00SKU: 1435 Category: Fruit orchard
Scientific name: Pachira insignis
Origin: Tropical America
Medicinal use: Pachira insignis is an arboreal species of humid tropical soils. In addition to their ornamental use, the leaves, roots, and flowers of malabar nuts are used for medicinal purposes. The chemical constituents in this are alkaloids vasicin, vasicinone, vasicinol, maiontone, and ketone essential oil.
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