We are large scale commercial cultivators of KUDAMPULI (garcinia cambogea) Brindle Berry (Malabar tamarind) in South India.
We are large scale commercial cultivators of KUDAMPULI (garcinia cambogea) KODAM PULI, KUDAM PULI , Brindle Berry (Malabar tamarind) in very large area in the Southern States states of India. We can organize supply huge quantity of processed garcinia cambogea (KUDAMPULI) throughout the year.
Kudampuli (garcinia cambogea) is an important tree, known for its pumpkin shaped, sour-tasting fruit. Garcinia cambogea belongs to the family Clusiaceae.
Kudampuli is the Malayalam word for Malabar tamarind or brindle berry. Kudampuli (kudam = pot + puli = sourness) is an essential ingredient in many Kerala fish and seafood recipes, and is also used in some vegetable preparations. It is Garcinia cambogia but commonly referred to as Fish Tamarind, Malabar Tamarind or Kerala Tamarind. Other names include Gambooge, Brindal Berry, and Gorikapuli. The tree grows to about 15-20 m high, with dark green foliage and produces small flowers. The fruits appear in bunches. Garcinia fruits appear to be small slightly out of shape pumpkin hanging in bunches. The acrid fruit is used as a spice almost on a regular basis in Kerala kitchens.
Extracts from garcinia fruit now find application in several weight loss tonics and pills. According to Ayurveda, kudampuli promotes digestion. It is thus a natural spice for Kerala and Indian families.