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What is Poha? Uses and Health Benefits of Poha

Poha also known as Cape Gooseberry, and it belongs to the family, Solanaceae. It is common in the wild, and is also cultivated in homes and on commercial bases. The plant is a low growing shrub with velvety leaves and bell shaped yellow flowers. The mature fruit is round and orange with many edible leaves. It is juicy and sweet with a distinct flavor. It is commonly found on high altitudes. It prefers growth in well drained soil but also does well in poor soil. The broad mite feeds on its stem. It is often eaten fresh and is also made into jam and jelly. It is composed of protein, fat, calcium, iron, phosphorus and a good amount of moisture

by Margaret Walker on Wed, 02/09/2011 - 07:43

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