, whose botanical name is Garcinia indica, grows on ornamental fruit trees and does not require irrigation, spraying or fertilizers. It is rainfed, and disease and pest free, providing a sustainable source of livelihood for the families and small rural farmers of the Western Ghats region of India, where the fruit grows naturally.
A native of the Sahyadri Mountain range of western India, this exotic wonder berry has a pleasant, tangy-sweet taste and a myriad of health benefits.
- Weight Loss
- Disease Prevention
Sweet, salty, and very refreshing, kokum juice is has been a popular drink during the sweltering Indian summer for centuries, as it has a cooling effect on the body.