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Wax jambu

Wax jambu with Red is also known as rose apple, and also makopa, java apple. It is looks like a pear shaped fruit with waxy skin and crusty flesh related to the malay apple. Fruit is regularly juicy, with a faint sweet taste similar to that of an apple. Superior varieties of the fruits are of excellent quality with crunchy taste.
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Wax Jambu Fruit

Wax Jambu Fruit : Fruits are pear-shaped structure and have a thin pink skin, with crisp white tissue, which is slightly aromatic in taste and smell. Wax Jambu is native to Philippines, India, Indonesia and Malaysia. Common names of the fruit include wax apple, love apple, java apple, chomphu, wax jambu, rose apple, bell fruit, makopa, tambis Philippines. The wax apple tree also grows in the Caribbean. Dominican Republic a small sub-species of the wax apple is known as cajuilito, or small cashew. The fruit is also used to add taste to salads with a faint compliment to the flavor.

Scientific Name:Syzygium javanicum


Wax Jambu Trees

Waxjambu-treeWax Jambu's need sufficient rainfall, some humidity and abundant soil for best growth. Wax jambu is a semi-deciduous tree, with height of 5-15m and width of 3-10m with yellowish-green to dark bluish-green leaves. Group of lemon-green buds appearing at the branch of the tips or in the axis of fallen leaves or point on its trunk branches will flower in 1-1.5 month’s time. It contain slightly fragrant white to pale yellow color flowers with four petals and countless for a nectar for honey bees.

These showy flowers bear in drooping panicles of 3 to 20 will fall within 2-3 days of blooming, leaving behind the tiny fruits to mature at the same climatic condition which ripens in about 2 months. A healthy tree will produce abundant fruits and it has two fruiting season per annum, May-September and November to March.

Medicinal Uses of Wax Jambu

Many members of the Wax Jambu family have volatile oils which help in medicinal applications. The medicinal oil is present throughout the living tissue most of the Wax Jambu species. Pieces of young and inner woof or crushed leaves from Malay Apple have been valued as a medicine for a sore throat, but the concoction is rather unkind. Some of the other species commonly found near Malay Apple, such as the bark and twigs of Noni (morinda citrifolia) have a better reputation for this purpose.

Wax Jambu Varieties

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White Wax jambu Red Wax jambu Pink Wax jambu

White Wax jambu

Red Wax jambu

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Fast growing tree in the philipines country is Wax Jambu, attractive pink colored pear shaped fruit that are crunchy, tasty and stimulating on a hot summers day. Produces and crops are all well protected from frosts in subtropics when they are young.

Red waxy skin with crunchy white flesh. Highly attractive ornamental fruit, as well as sweet and tasty fruit in philippines. It’s a fast growing tree with attractive red pear shaped fruits that is crunchy and refreshing on a summer day. A highly ornamental fruit due to its arresting red color.

Pink Wax jambu

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A popular selection and popular fruit in Asia is Wax Jambu fruit, the sweetest selection. Pink Wax jambu fruit is very similar to that Red Wax Jambu but it has white waxy skin and is sweeter, but more cold sensitive in nature.

Wax jambu Nutrition Information

Food and Nutrition

Preparation / Food:
Usually the fruit is eaten fresh, but it is mainly used in salads. In Thailand it is most popular in addition to spicy shrimp salad.

Wax jambu Nutrition facts

Nutritive value per 100 g of Wax jambu
Principle Nutritive value
Total Fat 0.3g
Cholesterol 0 mg
Sodium 0 mg
Carbodytrate 5.7g
Magnesium, Mg 12mg
Proteins 0.6 mg
Calcium 29 mg
Potassium 123 mg

Wax jambu Recipe

Wax apple (Jambu) Salsa :

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Ingredients:

  • 4 wax apples, chopped
  • ¼ cup spring onions, chopped
  • 2 tbsp fresh mint, chopped
  • 2 chillies, chopped
  • Juice of 1 lemon
  • ½ red pepper, finely chopped
  • Salt and pepper to taste
  • ½ tsp fresh pepper seeds
  • Pinch of ground fennel

Directions:

Mix all the ingredients together and leave for a couple of hours before serving

Eat Wax jambu Fruit

Eat-waxjmbu It is grown especially for its cooling nature that can be very refreshing and slaking on a hot day. They are pear-shaped structure, skin is smooth, waxy and thin that comes in varying colors ranging from white, pale green color, green, pink, rose red and crimson color. The fruit’s pith is snow white like. Often seedless fruit, you can eat these fruits out-of-hand, without any need to peel the skin.

The fruit is crisp, almost crunchy and juicy in taste with a mild scented flavor, tasting mildly sweet. Fruits can also be added in salad and the unripe fruits can be eaten with salt or dipped in a sweetish-spicy sauce.

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