ACHACHA FRUIT TREE DRIED SKIN [Garcinia humilis] WEIGHT LOSS ASSIST IN 25-30 gramme Packs Australia online

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ACHACHA FRUIT TREE DRIED SKIN [Garcinia humilis] WEIGHT LOSS ASSIST IN 25-30 gramme Packs Australia online

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ACHACHA FRUIT TREE DRIED SKIN Garcinia humilis, known commonly as achachairú or achacha, is a small, prolifically-fruiting tree related to the mangosteen. It is grown traditionally in Bolivia, but recently has been planted on a commercial scale in  Australia. The fruit took third place in the 2012 Fruit Logistica Innovation Awards held in Berlin.[1]

*The product on offer is a 25-30 gramme satchel of the organic dried fruit skin used by many as an appetite suppressant to aid in safe weight reduction

Description

ACHACHA FRUIT TREE DRIED SKIN Garcinia humilis, known commonly as achachairú or achacha, is a small, prolifically-fruiting tree related to the mangosteen. It is grown traditionally in Bolivia, but recently has been planted on a commercial scale in  Australia. The fruit took third place in the 2012 Fruit Logistica Innovation Awards held in Berlin.[1]

*The product on offer is a 25-30 gramme satchel of the organic dried fruit skin used by many as an appetite suppressant to aid in safe weight reduction. Yes I have a few plants also for you to buy & seeds from time 2 time. Just ask

Appearance The Achacha has an appealing colour and form and is very decorative. It is egg-shaped, up to 6cm long by 4cm in diameter. It takes on a reddish-orange shade when mature. There is usually one significant coffee-coloured seed, but larger fruit may have more than one seed.

As an eco-friendly forest fruit which has not been through hundreds of generations of selective breeding, each one has its own personality and curves, with perhaps a few small bumps and marks on its skin which add interest to its appearance but do not affect its quality.

Eating the fruit

The fruit grows to around six centimetres in length and has a bright glossy orange surface around the edible white pulp, which in turn contains one or two brown seeds. The taste is described as both bitter and sweet. The rather tough, bitter rind can be split open with a knife or with the teeth, and the edible part of the fruit sucked off the seed.

The Queensland Department of Agriculture, Fisheries and Forestry has found that the fruit keeps well for four to six weeks as long as it stays out of the fridge. It recommends storing the fruit at 15 to 20 degrees Celsius with a high relative humidity. If these conditions are not met, the fruit will shrivel.

Season

The Achacha is in season from December to mid-March.

Health

Even though there is no medical proof, traditional uses for the inedible portions of the Garcinia humilis fruit (seed, rind, etc.) include;

In Bolivia the skins are used as a hunger suppressant[4]
The honey that you make from it is used for medicinal purposes. In Bolivia it sells for 10 times the normal price of hone.
Read more: http://www.answers.com/topic/garcinia-humilis#ixzz2OJcWXaHbIn Bolivia the skins are used as a hunger suppressant[4]The honey that you make from it is used for medicinal purposes. In Bolivia it sells for 10 times the normal price of honey.The inside of the skin is used to rub on marks (such as warts) on the skin to reduce them.

References

  1. ^ FRUIT LOGISTICA update fruitlogistica.de
  2. ^ About the Achacha achacha.com.au
  3. ^ True Bolivia abc.net.au
  4. ^ Can the skin be used? achacha.com.au]

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