Musmula (Mespilus Germanica)


Genus : Mespilus

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Mespilus germanica, commonly known as the medlar or musmula, is a fruit-bearing tree or shrub that is native to southwestern Asia and southeastern Europe. The tree belongs to the Rosaceae family and is related to other fruit trees such as apples and pears.

The musmula tree can grow up to 8 meters tall and has an irregular shape with a broad, dense canopy of leaves. The leaves are dark green, oval-shaped, and have a slightly serrated edge. The tree produces flowers in the spring, which are white or pink and have a sweet fragrance.

The fruit of the musmula tree is round, about 2-3 cm in diameter, and has a rough, brownish-green skin. The fruit is not typically eaten fresh, as it is quite hard and astringent when picked. Instead, the fruit is left to ripen and soften, either naturally or by bletting, a process of allowing the fruit to partially decay while still on the tree or stored in a cool, dark place. Once bletted, the fruit becomes soft and has a sweet, honey-like flavor.

Musmula fruit is highly nutritious and contains a range of vitamins and minerals, including vitamin C, potassium, and iron. The fruit is also rich in dietary fiber, which can help to promote digestive health and reduce the risk of certain diseases.

Musmula fruit is used in a variety of culinary dishes, including jams, jellies, and chutneys. It is also used as a flavoring in baked goods and other desserts. The fruit is highly valued in traditional medicine for its potential health benefits, which include improving digestion, boosting the immune system, and reducing inflammation.


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