Garcinia gummi-gutta (f.k.a. Garcinia cambogia) Seeds
Garcinia gummi-gutta (f.k.a. Garcinia cambogia) Seeds
Garcinia gummi-gutta (f.k.a. Garcinia cambogia) Seeds
Garcinia gummi-gutta (f.k.a. Garcinia cambogia) Seeds
Garcinia gummi-gutta (f.k.a. Garcinia cambogia) Seeds
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Garcinia gummi-gutta is grown for its fruit in Southeast Asia, coastal Karnataka/Kerala, India, Sri Lanka and west and central Africa. It thrives in most moist forests.

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Garcinia gummi-gutta is grown for its fruit in Southeast Asia, coastal Karnataka/Kerala, India, Sri Lanka and west and central Africa. It thrives in most moist forests. Garcinia gummi-gutta is one of several closely related Garcinia species from the plant family Clusiaceae. With thin skin and deep vertical lobes, the fruit of G. gummi-gutta and related species range from about the size of an orange to that of a grapefruit; G. gummi-gutta looks more like a small yellowish, greenish, or sometimes reddish pumpkin. The color can vary considerably. When the rinds are dried and cured in preparation for storage and extraction, they are dark brown or black in color. Along the west coast of South India, G. gummi-gutta is popularly termed "Malabar tamarind", and shares culinary uses with the tamarind (Tamarindus indica). The latter is a small and the former a quite large evergreen tree. G. gummi-gutta is also called goraka or, in some areas, simply kattcha puli (souring fruit). It is called uppage in Kannada language and fruits are collected and dried for selling to dealers in Sirsi, Karnataka.