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Sitaphal Seeds For Oil

Sitaphal Seeds For Oil
Sitaphal Seeds For Oil
Product Code : 163
Product Description

Sitaphal seeds also known as custard apple seeds. We supply custard apple in India , we are also sitaphal seed exporter.

USES

  • Sitaphal seeds for oil

  • Sitaphal seeds for germination

Product Information:

  • Scientific Name: Annona squamosa
  • Shape: Oval
  • Size: 1 cm
  • Color: Red
  • Usage: Germination (not for oil extraction)
  • Age: Fresh(less than a year, good for germination)
  • Origin: India
  • Packing: 5, 10,20,25,50 (P/P)

Custard apple, is a common name for a fruit, and the tree which bears it,Annona squamosa Custard apple may also refer to similar fruits produced by related trees:

  • Annonaceae, the custard apple or soursop family.
  • Annona cherimola, a tree and fruit also called cherimoya.
  • Annona squamosa, a tree and fruit also called sugar apple or sweetsop
  • Annona senegalensis, a tree and fruit called wild custard-apple
  • Casimiroa edulis, also called white sapote, a fruit related to the citrus.

Medicinal Uses

  • The leaf decoction is given as a vermifuge. Crushed leaves or a paste of the flesh may be poulticed on boils, abscesses and ulcers. The unripe fruit is rich in tannin; is dried, pulverized and employed against diarrhea and dysentery. The bark is very astringent and the decoction is taken as a tonic and also as a remedy for diarrhea and dysentery. In severe cases, the leaves, bark and green fruits are all boiled together for 5 minutes in a liter of water to make an exceedingly potent decoction. Fragments of the root bark are packed around the gums to relieve toothache. The root decoction is taken as a febrifuge.

Sitaphal seeds also known as custard apple seeds. We supply custard apple in India , we are also sitaphal seed exporter.

USES

  • Sitaphal seeds for oil

  • Sitaphal seeds for germination

Product Information:

  • Scientific Name: Annona squamosa
  • Shape: Oval
  • Size: 1 cm
  • Color: Red
  • Usage: Germination (not for oil extraction)
  • Age: Fresh(less than a year, good for germination)
  • Origin: India
  • Packing: 5, 10,20,25,50 (P/P)

Custard apple, is a common name for a fruit, and the tree which bears it,Annona squamosa Custard apple may also refer to similar fruits produced by related trees:

  • Annonaceae, the custard apple or soursop family.
  • Annona cherimola, a tree and fruit also called cherimoya.
  • Annona squamosa, a tree and fruit also called sugar apple or sweetsop
  • Annona senegalensis, a tree and fruit called wild custard-apple
  • Casimiroa edulis, also called white sapote, a fruit related to the citrus.

Medicinal Uses

  • The leaf decoction is given as a vermifuge. Crushed leaves or a paste of the flesh may be poulticed on boils, abscesses and ulcers. The unripe fruit is rich in tannin; is dried, pulverized and employed against diarrhea and dysentery. The bark is very astringent and the decoction is taken as a tonic and also as a remedy for diarrhea and dysentery. In severe cases, the leaves, bark and green fruits are all boiled together for 5 minutes in a liter of water to make an exceedingly potent decoction. Fragments of the root bark are packed around the gums to relieve toothache. The root decoction is taken as a febrifuge.

Contact Us

Shop no. 1-2, Shahi Naka Road, Royal Palace, Sanjeevani Nagar, Jabalpur, Madhya Pradesh, 482003, India
Phone :+917259612792