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Garcinia madruno (charichuelo) is a fruit-producing tree species from Central and South America.[1] The fruit looks like a shriveled droopy lemon, and has a similar rind. The interior is soft white pulp and has a slight citrus taste people have compared to a sweet santol fruit or lemony cotton candy. The species was formerly included in the genus Rheedia, which has since been absorbed into Garcinia, as Rheedias species are now known as “new world mangosteens”.

The fruit is not very well known outside of South America and a few backyard growers in South Florida. It is closely related to other edible tropical fruits such as purple mangosteen and button mangosteen.

Written on June 20th, 2012 , Fruits Tags:

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    Marc King commented

    There are a lot benefits that a consumer can avail out of taking this supplement and consuming a clove of Garcinia Cambogia can greatly help to treat insulin resistance, the root cause of PCOS and also helps in metabolizing the stored excess fats thereby reversing the PCOS and infertility.

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    26 August 2012 at 16:51
    Pam Herrington commented

    Can you tell me where I can purchase seed or a seedling of the garcinia cambogia? I live in Southwest Florida.

    Thank you,

    Pam Herrington

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    13 September 2013 at 14:41
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    Although this fruit tastes great throughout quality recipes,
    a number of people in Malaysia use it as being a
    soup because it’s filling and helps eliminate
    the appetite when slimming down. It improves the communication between mind and
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    01 October 2014 at 02:20

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