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  1. Bitter Gourd Momordica charantia

    Bitter Gourd, African Cucumber, Bitter Melon, Karalla, Balsam Pear, Alligator Pear

    Momordica comprises about 40 species, the majority of which are African. The fruits of several wild species are consumed as a vegetable, whereas several others are used in traditional medicine. Bitter Gourd is one of the most popular vegetables in Southeast Asia and China. It was first found...
  2. Chaya Cnidoscolus acontifolius

    Chaya, Spinach Tree, Arbre à épinard, Mayan Spinach

    Chaya is a fast-growing, drought-tolerant, perennial shrub, typically reaching 3 m in height. As one of its common names (spinach tree) implies, it is grown for its dark-green leaves, which it produces in abundance. Chaya's young leaves and thick succulent stems make a tasty, nutritious,...
  3. Gac Momordica cochinchinensis

    Gac, Spiny Bitter Cucumber, Sweet Gourd, Giant Spine Gourd, Cochinchin Gourd

    Gac is a woody, perennial plant with vining stems reaching 6 m or more in length. Growing from tuberous roots, the vines are often seen climbing on fences or into the tops of trees. Its large (10-15 cm wide), dark green leaves have three to five lobes. Gac is dioecious, meaning that some plants...

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