Deinbollia grandifolia

Family Name: 
Sapindaceae
Local Name: 
Adwea, Asikoto
Uses As Per Literature: 

The fleshy fruit pulp is edible and the slightly oily seeds are eaten as well. Juice from the mashed inner bark is used as eye-drops to treat jaundice.

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Traditional Uses: 

Fleshy fruit pulp is eaten as a fruit.
 

Plant Category: 
Forest Foods
Seasons Available: 
Rainy Season
Food Category: 
Fruits
Asikoto, Adwea
How it is eaten: 
Raw
Part eaten: 
Fruit pulp