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Indrayan Phal – Kadwa Nimbu – Citrullus Colocynthis

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Minimum Order Quantity 10 Kilogram
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Packaging Type Polythene Bag
Botanical Name Citrullus colocynthis
Color Yellow
Is It Organic Organic
Is It Dried Dried
Brand Sinhal
Product Type Fruits
Grade Medicinal
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Colocynth is an important Ayurvedic herb. It is also known as bitter apple. Its botanical name is Citrullus colocynthis and it belongs to Cucurbitaceae family.

  • Hindi name: Indrayan, Indrayan ki jad (root)
  • Telugu name: Chedu Puccha, Cinna Papara, Kuturu budama
  • Malayalam and Tamil name: Pikkumutti.
  • Kannada name: Tamate Kayi, Tamte Kai
  • Bengali name: Rakhale Shasa
  • Punjabi name: kaudatumma
  • Telugu name: paparabudam
  • English name: Colocynth, bitter apple, bitter cucumber, desert gourd, vine of Sodom.
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