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Madhubilata Fruit Plants (Stixis Suaveolens)

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Madhumalati (Stixis Suaveolens): A Fragrant Vine of Dual Delights

Common Name: Fragrant Caper Vine

Botanical Name: Stixis Suaveolens

General Information: Woody Vine is celebrated for its fragrant flowers, capturing attention with its aromatic allure.Bears small, edible fruits with a delightful nutty flavor, reminiscent of almonds when mature. Madhumalati, the Fragrant Caper Vine, not only graces the surroundings with its aromatic blossoms but also provides a dual delight with its edible fruits and medicinal wonders. A vine of sensory and healing treasures.

Medicinal Uses:

Well-regarded in Indian medicine, emphasizing its historical medicinal use. Leaves and bark are known for acrid and bitter qualities.

Offers insecticidal properties. Addresses various ailments such as cough, burning sensations, and inflammation.

Effective against skin diseases, particularly dermatitis and scabies. Aromatic bark utilized in medicine for treating rheumatism and asthma.

Cultivation Information:

Blooming Time/Fruiting: 3-4 Years

Maintenance Required: Moderate

Max Height: 15 meters

Planting and Care

Madhumalati vines are mostly found growing wild. However, it is also sometimes planted in gardens for its flowers. The vines can be propagated from seed as well as cuttings planted during the rainy season.

Special Feature

Significant quantities of vital trace minerals such as iron, calcium, magnesium, manganese, potassium contribute towards increased red blood cell synthesis.


Madhumalati is known more for its fragrant flowers. So the tree is planted in gardens or around homes basically for its flowers. So fruits are just a by-product.