Antidesma diandrum – Famine Foods

Antidesma diandrum


India (Garhwal Himalayas): leaves are acrid in taste and are made into chutney. (Uttar Pradesh, Balrampur region): leaves boiled and eaten as a vegetable. Fruit eaten raw.

Additional Information

Name Authority:
Balrampur regiion: Gur masuria
NB this genus and species were traditionally included in the EUPHORBIACEAE Family

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