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Fibrous Satinash

Introduction of Fibrous Satinash

            Scientific name - Syzygium fibrosum

Native to monsoon forests of Indonesia, Fibrous Satinash scientific name is Syzygium fibrosum and is a species of rainforest trees. With many stamens, the flowers of Satinash are cream. Having the characteristics of smooth and leathery texture, it is 5.511 cm long and 3.555 cm wide. With just a single seed, the fruit is flattened and globular in shape with just about 2 cm wide. Giving a sour taste, the fruit is used in making jams and confectionary.

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Physical attributes of the tree

As it is grown mostly in rain forest the leaf blades of this tree are a little more water resistant than the usual. Growing to the size of 6.3-10.8 x 2.9-5.2 cm, it is supported by the petiole that grows about 0.4-09 cm long. A number of oil dots also can be spotted along the surface of the leaf. The mid rib supporting the veins of the leaf is found to be imbedded on the upper surface of the leaf, inclining more towards the base of the leaf blade. The hind portion or the under surface of the leaf does make the appearance of the veins very obvious.
The flowers of this tree are another gem to the crown, with many stamen present flower the texture gradually feels creamy. Coming to the fruit of the plant, the fruit globular shaped and flattened in that shape giving a sour taste. This fruit is sometimes a key ingredient that is used for making jellies, jams and confectionery.

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Health Benefits of Fibrous Satinash

Cure both hydrophilic and lipophilic fractions
Reduced Hypertension

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