In Vitro Antimalarial Activity of Belimbing Wuluh Leaves (Eka Prasetya Budi Mulia , Indah S. Tantular, Abdul Mughni). IN VITRO Kandungan daun belimbing. Jumlah Staphylococcus aureus dan kandungan nutrien susu akibat dipping puting menggunakan ekstrak daun belimbing wuluh (Averrhoa bilimbi Linn) pada . dan belimbing wuluh (Averrhoa bilimbi L.) dengan variasi konsentrasi dalam Analisis Kandungan Protein Dan Uji Organoleptik Tahu Kacang Tunggak.

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Averrhoa bilimbi commonly known as bilimbicucumber treeor tree sorrel [2] is a fruit-bearing tree of the genus Averrhoafamily Oxalidaceae. It is a close relative of the carambola tree. It is often multitrunkedquickly dividing into ramifications. Bilimbi leaves are alternate, pinnatemeasuring approximately cm in length. The leaves are quite similar to those of the Otaheite gooseberry. The tree is cauliflorous with 18—68 flowers in panicles that form on the trunk and other branches.

The flowers are heterotristylous, borne in a pendulous panicle inflorescence. There flower is fragrant, corolla of 5 petals 10—30 mm long, yellowish green to reddish purple [5].

The fruit is ellipsoidal, elongated, measuring about 4 – 10 cm and sometimes faintly 5-angled [6]. The skin, smooth to slightly bumpy, thin and waxy turning from light green to yellowish-green when ripe [4]. The flesh is crisp and the juice is sour and extremely acidic and therefore not typically consumed as fresh fruit by itself.

It is also common in other Southeast Asian countries. In Indiawhere it is usually found in gardens, the bilimbi has gone wild in the warmest regions of the country. Outside of Asiathe tree is cultivated in Zanzibar. Inthe bilimbi was introduced to Jamaica from Timor and after several years, was cultivated throughout Central and South America where it is known as mimbro.

In Suriname this fruit is known as lange birambi. Beoimbing to Queensland at the end of the 19th centuryit has been grown commercially in the region since that time. This is essentially a tropical tree, less resistant to cold than the carambolagrowing best in rich and well-drained soil but also stands limestone and sand. It prefers evenly distributed rainfall throughout the year, but with wulhh 2- to 3-month dry season.


Therefore, the species is not found, for example, in the wettest part of Malaysia. In Floridakancungan it is an occasional curiosity, the tree needs protection from wind and cold.

In IndonesiaA. In the north western provice of Acehit is preserved by salting and sun-drying to make asam sunti, a kitchen seasoning to make a variety of Achenese dishes [9]. In the Philippineswhere it is commonly found in backyards, the fruits are eaten either raw or dipped in rock salt. It can be either curried or added as a souring agent for common Filipino dishes such as sinigangpinangat and paksiw. It is being sun-dryed for preservation. It is also used to make salad mixed with tomatoes, chopped onions with soy sauce as dressing.

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The uncooked bilimbi is prepared as relish and served with rice and beans in Costa Rica. In the Far Eastwhere the tree originated, it is sometimes added to curry. In Malaysiait also is made into a rather sweet jam.

In Kerala and BhatkalIndiait is used for making pickles kandujgan to make fish curry, especially with Sardines, while around KarnatakaMaharashtra and Goa the fruit is commonly eaten raw with salt and spice. In Seychellesit wyluh often used as an ingredient to give a tangy flavor to many Seychellois creole dishes, especially fish dishes.

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It is often used in grilled fish and also almost always in a shark meat dish, called satini reken. It is also used to make a delicious sauce for grilled ,that consists of chopped onion, chopped tomato ,chopped chili and cooked on low heat. It is a must in our local white fish broth ” bouyon blan” When in season we also curred them with salt to be used when it is not available. Bilimbi juice with a pH of about 4. It can replace mango in making chutney.

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Additionally, the fruit can be preserved by pickling, [10] which reduces its acidity. In the Philippines, the leaves serve as a paste on itchesswelling, rheumatismmumps or skin eruptions. Elsewhere, they are used for bites of venomous creatures. A leaf infusion is used as an after-birth tonic, while the flower infusion is used for thrushcold, and cough. Malaysians use fermented or fresh bilimbi leaves to treat venereal diseases. In French Guianasyrup made from the fruit is used to treat inflammatory conditions.

To date there is no scientific evidence to confirm effectiveness for such uses. In some villages in the Thiruvananthapuram district of Indiathe fruit of the bilimbi was used in folk medicine to control obesity. This led to further studies on its antihyperlipidemic properties.

The fruit contains high levels of oxalate. Acute kidney failure due to tubular necrosis caused by oxalate has been recorded in several people who drank the concentrated juice on continuous days as treatment for high cholesterol.

In Malaysiavery acidic bilimbis are used to clean kris blades. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.

Averrhoa bilimbi Scientific classification Kingdom: Averrhoa abtusangulata Stokes Averrhoa obtusangula Stokes. Retrieved May 16, Retrieved 9 June A review of its ethnomedicinal uses, phytochemistry, and pharmacology”. Journal of Pharmacy and Bioallied Sciences. Fruits of warm climates. National University of Singapore. Retrieved 1 Dec Retrieved 16 December Retrieved from ” https: Views Read Edit View history. In other projects Wikimedia Commons Wikispecies.

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