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KACHRA Cucumis callosus Seeds Indian melon

KACHRA Cucumis callosus Seeds Indian melon

Cucumis callosus Seeds Indian melon
Price for Package of 5 seeds.
This wild species has its origin in India and adjacent countries. It has no english name and is widely used for medicinal purposes in Asia. It is most probably a variety of the melon.  The fruit is apparently used to prevent insanity and remove vertigo. The seeds are astringent and useful in bilious disorder.
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Cucumis callosus Seeds Indian melon

Price for Package of 5 seeds.

This wild species has its origin in India and adjacent countries. It has no english name and is widely used for medicinal purposes in Asia. It is most probably a variety of the melon.  The fruit is apparently used to prevent insanity and remove vertigo. The seeds are astringent and useful in bilious disorder.

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Handpicked seeds
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Yes
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Organic Seeds
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Edible
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Manufacturer: Seeds Gallery
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Fruit Weight: 250 - 500 g

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KACHRA Cucumis callosus Seeds Indian melon

KACHRA Cucumis callosus Seeds Indian melon

Cucumis callosus Seeds Indian melon
Price for Package of 5 seeds.
This wild species has its origin in India and adjacent countries. It has no english name and is widely used for medicinal purposes in Asia. It is most probably a variety of the melon.  The fruit is apparently used to prevent insanity and remove vertigo. The seeds are astringent and useful in bilious disorder.

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