Mimusops elegani flower

Mimusops elegani flower

Mimusops elengi flower (scientific name: Mimusops elengi) is a flower of Minasops species. This tree can be seen more in Asia and the Pacific coast areas of India, Bangladesh, Sri Lanka, Burma, Indo-China, Thailand, Andaman Islands.

Mimusops elegani flower ‘Spanish cherry’

 

Mimusops elegani flower ‘Spanish cherry’. Mimusops elegani flower is a popular flower, the wandering of this flower can be seen more or less everywhere. Its peculiar aroma fascinates people.

Mimusops elegani flower ‘Spanish cherry’

Mimusops elegani flower ‘Spanish cherry’. The fragrance of dried Mimusops elegani flowers lasts for a long time, so many people keep this flower garland at home for a long time.

 

Anonymous name and identity of Mimusops elegani flower.

Mimusops elengi flower (scientific name: Mimusops elengi) is a flower of Minasops species. This tree can be seen more in Asia and the Pacific coast areas of India, Bangladesh, Sri Lanka, Burma, Indo-China, Thailand, Andaman Islands.

 

What does Mimusops elegani flower ‘Spanish cherry’ flower look like?

Mimusops elegani flower ‘Spanish cherry’
Mimusops elegani flower ‘Spanish cherry’

Inflorescences are very small in size, large pair 1 cm. The color of this flower is not exactly white, but ghee color i.e. yellowish white or cream color. Spanish cherry flowers look like stars. Although this flower is called a summer flower, surveys have shown that the Spanish cherry flower blooms from the beginning of spring and persists throughout the winter. One to six flowers bloom in one cluster of these flowers. It blooms profusely on the plant, so many together that the leaves are not visible for the flowers.

 

Mimusops elegani flower ‘Spanish cherry’ flowers fall easily in a short time. This flower blooms at night and continues to fall throughout the day.

 

What are the benefits and uses of Mimusops elegani flower ‘Spanish cherry’?

Spanish cherry
Spanish cherry

Flowers, raw fruits, ripe fruits, leaves, tree bark, trunk, wood all play an important role in people’s daily life. Different parts of it are used in different ways in different countries.

 

  • The juice of the Mimusops elegani flower is used to cure heart disease.
  • A medicine made from dried flower powder called “Ahwa” is used to treat a high fever, headache and pain in the neck, shoulders and various parts of the body.
  • Dried flower powder keeps the head cool and is useful to increase talent.
  • The smell of dried Spanish cherry flower helps to reduce headaches when inhaled through the nose.
  • Wounds cut with the bark of the bud tree are cleaned. Also the bark of the bud tree and the bark of the tamarind tree are boiled, the liquid medicine made through digestion, is used to cure various skin diseases.
  • A kind of medicine is made from the stem of the Spanish cherry tree through the process of digestion, which is very useful in curing dental problems. This method is used in the Philippines. This medicine is also used by the people of the Philippines to cure fever and diarrhea. The local people of this country gargle with this liquid water to cure sore throat. This medicine is a liquid medicine for washing the face, which strengthens the gums.
  • Boil the leaves of the Mimusops elegani flower and put it on the head to reduce the headache. The juice of the leaves is also beneficial for the eyes.
  • Chewing 2-3 raw Mimusops elegani fruits daily strengthens the roots of the teeth.
  • In India, it is used as a liquid and perfume made from this flower.
  • The practice of making garlands with flowers has been going on for a long time. To enhance the beauty, women of different countries wear this garland in their hair. Bangladesh is famous for making garlands of flowers.
  • Ripe fruits can be eaten. The Malays preserve the Mimusops elegani fruit and make pickles.
  • In many countries, the stems or soft twigs of the Spanish cherry tree are used for brushing teeth
  • Mimusops elegani wood is very expensive and rare wood. Its wood is much harder. Can be easily cut. Can be polished in a very beautiful way. The color of this wood is dark red.

 

 

The benefits of this plant in medical field.

 

Medicinal properties of plants:

Excellent wine is made from the fruit of Spanish cherry. Apart from this, it has medicinal properties in diseases like leukemia, dental disease, headache, old diarrhea, sperm fluidity etc. in children with constipation. Ripe fruits can be eaten.

 

In urinary incontinence:

Take 10 grams of bark of Mimusops elegani tree, crush it, boil it in 4 cups of water, strain it down with 2 cups left, it is very useful to play it 3 times in the morning, afternoon and night.

Mimusops elegani flower on the tree
Mimusops elegani flower on the tree

However, playing this medicine too much can cause constipation. Weigh 5 grams and crush it a little. After boiling it in 3 cups of water, lower it to 1 cup and strain it and eat it 3 times. After every meal, mix 1 teaspoon in cold water, play for 15/20 days, malnutrition caused by spermatozoa is cured.

 

Preparation of syrup:

500 g of ripe Spanish cherry fruit, 650 g of small fruit, excluding seeds and husks, mixed with 250 g of Honey, cover for 3 days. Then put it on a thin cloth and press it to get the rush out from inside. Then it must be stored in the bottle. This is the syrup of the Spanish cherry flower. In many countries this syrup is given to children when they have a cold or cough.

 

Mimusops elegani or Spanish cherry fruit
Mimusops elegani or Spanish cherry fruit

Role of Mimusops elegani flower ‘Spanish cherry’ in White Disease:

 

Not all whites are the same color. It is difficult for those whose color has become milky white to recover from this disease. These white spots are more common in obese people.

 

Thin people usually don’t have too many scars. And spots that are slightly reddish or copper in color can be more or less everyone. In this case, a thick decoction of Spanish cherry tree bark should be rubbed with Mimusops elegani seeds and applied to this area. By this the spots will gradually disappear.

 

How to make thick decoction:

 

Boil 100 grams of Mimusops elegani bark in one liter of water, reduce it to half a liter and strain it, then re-condense it to half a liter. That is the thick broth. It is better to eat vegetarian while using this medicine

 

Benefits of Buckwheat in toothache :

 

Many people get cavities between their teeth. In that case, take 10 grams of Spanish cherry tree bark and crush it, boil it in 4 cups of water, reduce it to 1 cup, strain it, keep the decoction in the mouth for 10/15 minutes twice a day in the morning and at night. Take 7/8 teaspoon each time. If you use this for 10/15 days, insects will not damage your teeth.

 

Use of Mimusops elegani in headache:

 

Mix 20 grams of Mimusops elegani flower powder and 2.5 grams of alum powder and keep it. If you have a cold, if you have a headache, you will get rid of the pain if you use this nasi.

 

Loss of teeth:

Those whose teeth are moving or falling out at a young age, if they chew raw Mimusops elegani fruit for a few days, the roots of their teeth will become stronger.

Nasa fever:

In this fever, there is usually pain in the head and neck along with pain in the whole body. In this case, taking powdered powder of Mimusops elegani flower cures.

Constipation in children:

The hard part of the seeds should be left out and mixed with old ghee. Then put it on a drop of drinking water and put it in the child’s anus, within 10/15 minutes the constipation will be cleared. Then some kind of affection like coconut oil or ghee should be applied.

 

In chronic dysentery:

Eating a few ripe Mimusops elegani fruit shells every day relieves this disease.

 

Place of origin of Mimusops elegani flower ‘Spanish cherry’

 

Phul is the provincial Phul Yal province, Thailand, as well as the city of Phul Ampang Jaya, Selangor, MalaysiaEncyclopedia.

 

Mimusops elegani is a flower of the genus Minasops. This tree can be found in India, Bangladesh, Sri Lanka, Burma, Indo-China, Thailand, Andaman Islands of Asia and the Pacific coast. However, the plant is cultivated in Malaysia, Solomon Islands, New Caledonia (France), Vanuatu, and northern Australia.

 

Various names and species of Mimusops elegani flower ‘Spanish cherry’ on various country:

 

In Bangladesh, Bakul flower is called by many regional names such as Bakul, Buhal, Bukal, Bakul, Bakal.

But this flower is better known as Mimusops elegani.

In Sanskrit, this flower is called Anangaka, Chirapuspa, Kirapuspa, Dhanvi Dohala, Kantha, Karuka, Madhugandhaman etc.

In common English names, this flower is usually called Spanish cherry, medlar and bullet wood.

Manipuris call Bokul Lai.

In Myanmar this flower is called by a very beautiful name – Kaya.

In many other countries, this flower has many names such as Mengkula, Bakulam, Ilangi in Malaysia; In Indonesia, Tanjang, Karikish and in Thailand – Kun, Kaeo, etc.

 

Leaves of Mimusops elegani flowers.

Leaves of Mimusops elegani flowers
Leaves of Mimusops elegani flowers

What does the leaf look like and the average size?

It is a medium sized tree and its leaves are green color. 3 to 5 inches long and wide 1 to 1.3 inches long. The fragrance of Mimusops elegani leaves has a bitter smell. Even when the leaves dries up, its bitter fragrance lasts for a long time.

 

Benefits of Mimusops elegani leaves.

 

There are many benefits of leaves. The benefits of leaves are mentioned below:

 

An artist from Spain is showing that little tree leaves can become amazing art materials. The demand for his creations is increasing as a symbol of environmental protection. He himself believes in the unity of man with nature.

 

What is new in a small leaf! Look at the filigree artwork of the Spanish artist Lorenzo Manuel Duran. Lorenzo said, “When I go to the forest, I first look for silence and peace.” This is where my creativity flows best.”

 

Every spring, Lorenzo looks for suitable leaves for art in the forests of his hometown, the Spanish province of Guadalajara. Trained as a technical draftsman, the man and his family live in the small town of Trikhue, northeast of Madrid. The residence also has a gallery of his own works of art Man’s spiritual connection with nature is the basic basis of his creation Lorenzo thinks, “There is no such thing as a perfect leaf.” The leaf grows according to the natural laws, it has to go through the process of evolution But in my opinion, this imperfection gives him his full form. ”

 

The path of creating such works of art is quite long First of all, he pressed the fresh leaves and let them dry for a few days The problem is, before starting work, the page must be so dry that the interface does not fade. Again, it must have enough moisture to avoid breaking The page is stuck in one place and a template with motif is placed on it The artist then uses a small knife to work slowly on the leaves.

 

Lorenzo sometimes takes a few days just to cut. He enjoys this work almost like meditation in a quiet environment. But his past life was full of busyness Until 13 years ago, he worked in the construction industry Then he became unemployed In that crisis, he was attracted to the industry.

 

At first, he drew using oil paints. Then he started working with scalpel and leaves. Through this new work, he also realized about himself “The way one side of the leaf looks at the light is a reflection of our personality,” said Lorenzo. This part of the personality is in dialogue with the rest of the world. The other side of the leaf is in the shade. That is the vague part of the personality One is transparent, the other is secret. ”

 

Lorenzo has turned his art into a profession. His works have been published in design blogs, international news outlets, art magazines and various books

Masks from tree leaves and garbage!

Only a voice can make a difference.

Ed Franklin Gavua is a born artist So maybe he also seeks art in garbage. He wants to convey a message from house to house by making countless masks – it’s time for the people of Ghana to think about garbage. At first the attempt was solitary, but now a lot of voices are slowly matching his voice.

 

 

The importance of Mimusops elegani leaves in the environment.

His artwork is also in demand for promotional campaigns to enhance the image of various companies. Leaves of plants remove carbon dioxide from the air and create oxygen Therefore, as an ideal symbol of a healthy environment, there is no comparison to the leaf of a tree. As an artist, sustainable development and green policies are also very important to Lorenzo Lorenzo thinks, “I want to highlight the fact that humans are connected to nature.” Today we have lost that connection If people see themselves as part of nature again, we can learn to respect the environment again.”

 

If properly stored, his creations can last up to 10 years But according to the rules of nature that leaf also disappears. But the hope is that Lorenzo continues to work on new creations.

We know that the leaves of this tree can be used very well as fuel, not only this work, but the leaves of all the trees in the world are very well used as fuel, which is able to meet our daily and always fuel needs, and it saves wood, removes garbage from the environment. Helps maintain the balance of Earth’s climate and environment.

Ripe Mimusops elegani or Spanish cherry fruit
Ripe Mimusops elegani or Spanish cherry fruit

 

Mimusops elegani ‘Spanish cherry’ tree.

 

The Spanish cherry tree is never too tall or too small, it is a medium sized tree growing up to 16 meters tall. The Mimusops elegani tree is called an evergreen tree because it never loses its leaves. Its leaves are dark green elliptic, smooth, dark green and wavy, 5 to 14 cm long and 2.5 to 6 cm wide.

 

Size and shape of Mimusops elegani trees.

 

Evergreen tree, 20 m high, bark dark grey, fissured or fissured longitudinally, scaly, rough; lenticels vertical; Shining pink with red streaks; exudation white; Young branches brown pubescent. Leaves simple, alternate, spiral, conditional; stipules lanceolate, caducous; petiole 15-40 mm long, slender, grooved above, pubescent; lamina 4-12 x 3.5-7.5 cm; Elliptic or elliptic-oblong, base rounded or obtuse, apex obtuse, acute entire, glabrous, coriaceous; lateral nerves numerous, raised slightly below, parallel, narrow, forming intra-marginal nerves looped near margin; intercostae reticulate.

Flowers bisexual, white, fragrant, in 1-3 axillary fascicles, pedicels 1 cm long; calyx lobes 8 in 2 series of 4 each, thick, outer lanceolate, valvate, pubescent; Petals 9 mm long, lobed with 2 dorsal appendages, corolla 1 cm across; lobes 24, 3 series of 8 each, with hairs on back and margin, acuminate; stamens 8, alternating with pilose staminodes; filaments 1 mm, anthers oblong, cordate, 3 mm, connecting apiculate; Staminodes lanceolate, acuminate, fimbriate, pilose; Ovary 0.1-0.15 cm long, infertile, not hirsute, 6-8-celled; 1 ovule in each cell; style columnar, 5 mm; Stigma minutely fimbriate.

Fruit a berry, yellow, ovoid, 2.5 cm long, 1.5 cm across, fleshy, epicarp thin; Seeds usually 1, oblong-elliptic, laterally compressed.

 

Benefits of Mimusops elegani tree.

 

In order to know about the benefits of Mimusops elegani tree, first we need to understand what are the benefits of a tree and how much it benefits a tree.

 

One of the most important benefits for human health that urban forests can provide is the prevention and reduction of air pollution (McDonald et al., 2007, 2016; Nowak, Crane, & Stevens, 2006; Nowak, Hirabayashi, Bodine, & Greenfield, 2014 Novak, Hirabayashi, Doyle, McGovern, and Pasha, 2018) Air pollution (such as particulate matter (PM), ozone, carbon monoxide, polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons, nitrogen dioxide with lactic acid, sulfur dioxide), sulfur dioxide, etc. Leads to glaucoma), myocardial infarction (e.g. heart attack), autonomic and micro-vascular function changes, autism, blood pressure, cognitive development problems in children (slow processing speed, behavioral problems, attention deficit / hyperactivity disorder), Heart failure and mortality (Berhane et al.), 2016; D et al., 2017; Hoek et al., 2013; Mustafiq et al., 2012; Noanaji-Enwarem et al., 2019; Peterson et al., 2015; Shah et al., 2013; Volk, Lurmann, Penfold, Hertz-Picciotto, & McConnell, 2013; Weichenthal, Hatzopoulou, & Goldberg, 2014; Zhong et al., 2016).

The trees eliminate a lot of air pollution. It is estimated that from the adjacent United States, urban trees remove 711,000 metric tons of air pollution each year (Noak et al., 2006). Previous studies have shown that among the 35 wood species studied, all were PM (Mo et al., 2015). Further, Chen, Liu, Zhang, Zhu, and Zhang (2017) suggest that as a tree matures, PM 2.5 storage capacity increases, and planting different species increases PM trapping.

There is a link between trees, green space and death and it has been documented in the literature (James, Hart, Banay, & Laden, 2016; Nowak et al., 2018; Villeneuve et al., 2012). In a special study, the authors linked the increase in cardiovascular and respiratory deaths to infections and deaths from ash (Genus Fraxinus) counties in the United States (Donovan et al., 2013). Having more trees, especially the right mature species planted in the right place, can reduce particulate and other types of air pollution, which can reduce mortality and morbidity in our urban centers.

 

Beyond pollution removal, the presence of trees provides additional direct and indirect benefits to human health and well-being (Donovan, 2017). Regardless of why trees provide such benefits (see the biophilia hypothesis [Wilson, 1984; Kellert and Wilson, 1995] and the attention recovery theory [(Kaplan and Kaplan, 1989; Kaplan, 1995]), the presence of trees and green spaces promotes well-being).

And green environments are strongly associated with reduced negative thoughts, reduced depressive symptoms, better reported mood, and increased life satisfaction (Berman et al., 2012; Bratman, Hamilton, Hahn, Dailey, & Gross, 2015; Li, Deal, Zhou, Slavenas, & Sullivan, 2018 ; Lohr & Pearson-Mims, 2006 ; Mayer, Frantz, Bruehlman-Senecal, & Dolliver, 2009 ; Taylor, Wheeler, White, Economou, & Osborne, 2015 ; White, Alcock, Wheeler, & Depledge, 2015 ; 2013 ).

A view of trees can help hospital patients recover (Ulrich, 1984 ) and lower diastolic blood pressure and stress in research participants (Hartig, Evans, Zamner, Davis, & Girling, 2003 ; Jiang, Larsen, Dill, & Sullivan, 2015 ) residents of tree-lined communities feel healthier and that have lower cardio-metabolic conditions than their counterparts (Kardan et al., 2015) and the presence of plants can even improve the condition of people suffering from neurodegenerative diseases (Mooney and Niesel, 1992).

Additionally, because people value trees and the natural environment, they like to be around them and see them (Dwyer, Schroeder, & Gobster, 1991; Kaplan, Kaplan, & Wendt, 1972; Lohr, Pearson-Mims, Tarnai, & Dillman, 2004 ) the presence of trees and green spaces can promote physical activity (Bell, Wilson, & Liu, 2008 ; Elaway, McIntyre, & Bonnefoy, 2005 ), which is related to physical and mental health. Ecosystem Services Given the multifaceted health benefits of ecotherapy (Summers & Vivian, 2018), planting and caring for trees can improve mental and physical health. Trees not only make people happier and healthier, they make communities more livable.

Well-maintained trees are associated with improving a community’s social capital and ecology (Coley, Sullivan, & Kuo, 1997; Elmendorf, 2008; Holtan, Dieterlen, & Sullivan, 2015; Kuo, 2003; Kuo, Sullivan, Coley, Brunson, 1998). ), reducing violence and aggression in families (Kuo & Sullivan, 2001a ), and limiting criminal activity in neighborhoods (Donovan & Prestemon, 2012 ; Kuo & Sullivan, 2001b ; Troy, Morgan Grove, & O’Neill, & O’Neill , 2012 ; Troy, Nunnery, & Grove, 2016 ). In a study, Kondo, Han, Donovan and McDonald (2017) showed that damage to ash trees due to emerald ash borer was positively associated with increased crime in Cincinnati, Ohio, USA.

This could be an example of “caring signals”, which is the idea that a well-tended landscape is valued and watched (Troy et al., 2016). Although there is a perception that the presence of trees may increase crime, this is probably related to unmanaged and smaller trees providing greater protection to a criminal (Donovan and Prestemon, 2012). Regardless of this perception, evidence indicates that trees make residents feel safer (Kuo, Bakaiko, & Sullivan, 1998).

Based on the cited literature, trees can help us meet the social goals outlined in the UN SDGs, particularly Goal 3: Ensure healthy lives and promote well-being for all at all ages; Goal 11: Make cities and human settlements inclusive, safe, resilient and sustainable; and Goal 16: Promote peaceful and inclusive societies for sustainable development, provide access to justice for all and build effective, accountable and inclusive institutions at all levels. These benefits of the tree, if distributed throughout the community, can help make cities more sustainable and livable.

 

In what soil does Mimusops elegani tree grow?

Each plant needs to have well-drained soil prepared first. So for this you can give river white sand soil along with cocopeat or wood powder and organic manure composted mustard shell water, one year rotted dung manure, one year rotted leaf compost or vermicompost.

 

Cultivation system of Bacula flowers.

The intoxicating smell of the Bacula flowers will drive you crazy. But to get this smell, you have to grow Mimusops elegani flowers in your house or around the house. You can easily get Mimusops elegani  seedlings from a nearby nursery.

Each plant needs to have well-drained soil prepared first. So for this you can give river white sand soil along with cocopeat or wood powder and organic manure composted mustard shell water, one year rotted dung manure, one year rotted leaf compost or vermicompost.

A slightly larger pot should be selected for the Spanish cherry plant. If you plant this tree at the end of winter, you can get some flowers in the rainy season.

 

 

Know everything about Spanish cherry flower at a glance.

 

Mimusops elegani flower is one of our most familiar flowers, this flower can be found everywhere more or less everywhere. Its unique maddening aroma will take away anyone’s mind. Its aroma is not only mind-blowing, there is no end to songs and poems about it. The fragrance of dry Spanish cherry flowers lasts for a long time, so many people keep this flower garland at home for a long time.

So “Jaler Gun” band has a popular song about this flower – “Bakul ful Bakul fhul Sona Diya Haat Kene Bandhayali”

The scientific name of the well-known Bakul flower in our country is Mimusops elengi. It is a flower of the genus Minasops. The flowering plant is found throughout Asia and the Pacific coast of India, Bangladesh, Sri Lanka, Burma, Indo-China, Thailand, and the Andaman Islands. Among other countries, this tree is cultivated in Malaysia, Solomon Islands, New Caledonia (France), Vanuatu, and northern Australia. But this flower is better known as Spanish cherry.

In Sanskrit, this flower is called Anangaka, Chirapuspa, Kirapuspa, Dhanvi Dohala, Kantha, Karuka, Madhugandhaman etc. In common English names, this flower is usually called Spanish cherry, medlar and bullet wood. Manipuris call Bokul Lai. In Myanmar this flower is called by a very beautiful name – Kaya. In many other countries, this flower has many names such as Mengkula, Bakulam, Ilangi in Malaysia; In Indonesia Tanjang, Karikish and Thailand – Kun (Kun), Kaeo (Kaeo) etc. How many names of this bokul flower bokul tree – bokul tree is never too big or small, it is medium size up to 16 meters tall.

The Spanish cherry flower tree is called an evergreen tree because it never loses its leaves. Its leaves are dark green elliptic, smooth, dark green and wavy, 5 to 14 cm long and 2.5 to 6 cm wide. Mimusops elegani flowers – Spanish cherry are very small in size, large pair 1 cm. The color of this flower is not exactly white, ghee rang means yellowish white or cream in color. . And the most special thing about this flower is that the flower looks like a star, it seems like the star is blooming in the tree.

Although this flower is called a summer flower, actually the flower starts blooming from the beginning of spring and lasts for a long time throughout the winter. One to six flowers bloom in one cluster of these flowers. Buckwheat blooms on the tree every day, so many blooms at once that the leaves for the flowers are not visible. But what if there are flowers! Mimusops elegani flower fall again very easily. Like a small star, this flower blooms at night and continues to fall throughout the day.

When the fruit is produced in the Spanish cherry tree, it is a small Spanish cherry or large oval shaped fruit. The fruits are green when unripe and turn red when ripe. It looks amazing after the color change. Birds are also attracted and come to eat the fruit. Not only birds, but also children are seen eating the fruit. The Malays preserve and make pickles from the fruit. The taste of this fruit is slightly grainy and mildly sweet. This fruit will come on the tree during the rainy season, which means just after a few days. If you want you can try it too, the taste is not bad. Ayurvedic and Medicinal Properties of Buckwheat- Buckwheat is not only known as a beautiful and fragrant flower, it has many Ayurvedic and medicinal properties. – Spanish cherry flower juice is used to treat heart disease. Also medicine made from dried flower powder called “Ahwa” is used to cure severe fever, headache and pain in neck, shoulder and other parts of the body. Dry flower powder is also useful to keep head cool and increase intelligence. – The powder of dry Mimusops elegani flower, inhaled through the nose, helps to reduce headache.

Mimusops elegani is also used for cutting and tearing. Cut wounds can be cleaned with the bark of the Spanish cherry tree. Also, the liquid medicine prepared by boiling and digesting the bark of the Spanish cherry tree and the bark of the tamarind tree is used to cure various skin diseases. – Not only that, the leaves of Mimusops elegani are very useful in snake bites. Also, boiling the leaves of Spanish cherry on the head reduces headache. Leaf juice is also beneficial for eyes. – Ripe fruit peel of Mimusops elegani relieves old dysentery, constipation. – Buckwheat seeds are also useful.

It is tonic, and the bark of the bark is used in gingivitis. – Why should the stem of bakula be left out, making a kind of medicine from the stem of Mimusops elegani tree through digestion process which is very useful in curing dental problems. This medicine is also used to cure fever and diarrhea and also acts as an antidote to mouthwash, which strengthens the gums. No part of the plant from root to root, from flower to fruit is felana. Everything has special uses and qualities.

Synonyms of the Mimusops elegani flower.

Spanish cherry,

Mimusops elegani flower,

Bakul flower,

Bakul ful,

Medlar,

Bullet wood,

Bokul Lai,

Kaya,

Mengkula,

Bakulam,

Ilangi,

Tanjang,

Kun,

Kaeo.

 

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