It is a medium-sized evergreen tree which reaches up to 20-25 m in height, with a round and a shady crown. This is used as a refreshing nibble or as a table fruit. Bark, roots and wood of the fruit are dried and ground before boiling it. Fruits can be kept fresh for around 4–5 days, or else it can be boiled and mixed with salt after which when kept in an air tight container can be used for longer time. Marginal importance of the fruit is that it can be used locally and can also be sold.
They are the oblate fruits hanging in big trees; from the bottom of the branches to the top of the trees. They are so large in number that they even bend the branches. Some are green, some are yellow and some are red, they look like balls engraved with jades or beads made of agates. The fruits have a succulent, sour and sweet taste.
How to eat the fruit? To consume the fruit first we have to break the fruit by peeling off the skin. After that the pulp can be eaten directly, mostly the seeds are also swallowed.