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Guarimi Fruit Plant (Eugenia stigmatosa)

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Plant type

Common Name: Guarimi

Botanical Name: Eugenia stigmatosa

General Information:

Rare small, shrubby tree native to the Atlantic forests of Brazil. Grows to a height of 6-15 ft.

Edible fruits are gathered from the wild for local use as food. Bears small, red-skinned fruits with edible pulp and a large seed.

The flavor is likened to a Perfume Guava, with unique overtones. Seed-grown plant takes 2 to 3 years to set fruit.

Health Benefits:

Also known as Kachari, Kuchri, Kacher, Gurmi, Kachariya, Chibdin shinde, Senat seed, small gourd, Wild musk melon.

Beneficial properties in the treatment of skin conditions like itching, prickly heat, boils, and bed sores.

Sapota is rich in vitamin C and antioxidants, contributing to immunity building.

Polyphenols in sapota may combat detrimental toxins and lower the risk of diseases.

Possesses antibacterial and antiviral properties, safeguarding the system from harmful microbes.

Cultivation Information:

Bloom Time/Fruiting: 2 to 3 Years

Maintenance Required: Moderate