Ardisia crispa

Scientific Name: Ardisia crispa
Synonym: Ardisia dielsii, Ardisia henryi, Ardisia hortorum, Ardisia multicaulis, Ardisia simplicicaulis, Ardisia undulata, Bladhia crispa, Tinus crispa, Tinus henryi, Tinus undulata
Common Name: Coralberry
Chinese Name / 中文名: 百两金 (Bǎi liǎng jīn)
Other Local Name: Mata Pelanduk, Akar Beluloh (Malay)
Family Name: Primulaceae or Myrsinaceae
Origin: Southern Asia, Southeast Asia
Pictures Location: Malaysia
Growth Habit: Shrub
Characteristic: A shrub that grows to 2 meters height with white or pink flowers and redish fruit.
Care Requirements: Prefers partial to full and moderate watering. Prefers free draining soil with a pH between 6 to 8.
Uses: Traditional medicine for scurvy, superficial bacterial or fungal infection and fever. Some studies have suggested that the intake of fruits and leaves are correlated with a low risk of cancer and cardiovascular disease.

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