Case Study Of Garcinia Cambogia

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Garcinia Cambogia: Explained Garcinia combogia is a type of tropical fruit that is used to make medicine. It is currently gaining popularity as a weight-loss supplement. Garcinia cambogia should not be confused with Garcinia hanburyi (gamboges resin). Garcinia cambogia for weight loss is also commonly known by the following names: • Vrikshamla • Tamarinier de Malabar • Mangostana cambogia • Malabar tamarind • Kankusta • HCA • Hydroxycitric Acid • Hydroxycitrate • Gorikapuli • Garcinia quaesita • Garcinia gummi-guta • Garcinia Cambogi • Cambogia gummi-guta • Brindle Berry • Brindal Berry • AHC • Acide Hydroxycitrique Cultivation of Garcinia Cambogia In Southeast Asia, west and central Africa, India and coastal Karnataka/Kerala Garcinia cambogia is cultivated for its fruit. It naturally grows in most moist forests. Garcinia cambogia is among the several closely related species from the Guttiferae plant family. Its fruit has think skin and deep vertical lobes and associated species range in sizes. The fruit appears more like a tiny greenish, yellowish or sometimes reddish pumpkin. Its color can differ significantly. When the fruit rinds are dried and treated in preparation for extraction and storage, they turn black and dark brown in color. Garcinia cambogia is commonly called as “Malabar tamarind” in the west coast of South India. It shares culinary applications with Tamarindus indica or tamarind. In Kannada language, Garcinia cambogia is called uppage and the fruits are

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