Kudampuli ( Cambogia ) grown in our farmlands, collected and processed in the traditional way,Home Made best go with Kerala Meen Curry.
How to make Cambogia drink for weight loss
Well known as kudampuli in Malayalam, Garcinia belongs to family Guttiferae (Clusiaceae), which includes over 200 species, found mostly throughout Asia and Africa. Garcinia Cambogia also known as Garcinia gummi-gutta or Malabar tamarind, originated in Southeast Asia, India, and Africa. The fruit of the plant has a yellow or red color and resembles a pumpkin. Although the fruits can be eaten, their taste is very acidic and are usually not consumed raw.
The peel of the fruit is commonly used in Asia to preserve food and enhance flavor. Traditionally, it was used as a remedy for constipation, rheumatism, and menstrual pain. Extracts from Garcinia Cambogia and compounds from the fruit are best known for lowering body weight, reducing appetite and preventing obesity. Garcinia Cambogia is a plant known for its weight loss action, especially its extracts. Garcinia Cambogia not only prevents obesity, lowers cholesterol and triglycerides, but it may also boost the immune system, fight cancer,and prevent ulcers.
Directions to make Cambogia Drink for Weight-loss
Garcinia gummi-gutta comprises of tannin (1.7%), pectin (0.9%), fat (1.4%), moisture (80.0 g/100 g), protein (1%) and sugars (4.1%).The seed is an excellent source of stearic triglycerides, stearic and oleic acid.The leaves contain fiber (1.24 g), carbohydrates (17.2 g), moisture (75%), calcium (250 mg), protein (2.3 g), ascorbic acid (10 mg), fat (0.5 g), iron (15.14 mg), and oxalic acid (18.10 mg). Also, the plant contains a minimal amount of citric and hydroxycitric acid lactone.