313. Foliage and Fruit of the Mahwa.

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Bassia latifolia, Roxb., is a timber tree, interesting also on account of its being one of the few plants whose flowers are eaten by the human race. They are eaten raw by the poor of India, and are largely used in the distillation of a spirit ; they

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Date: 21st March 2011

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