Mano de Buda
ot 45 - 50 litres. Overall height 1.7 - 1.8m
Buddha's hand ( Citrus medica sarcodactylis ) It grows in bushes or on small trees, it is native to India and China. The fruit is very aromatic in the shape of a hand, according to the Buddhists it has the shape of intertwined hands praying, and is used as an offering in Buddhist temples. Ripens from September to March. It belongs to the citrus family of orange and lemon. Its skin is used for its aromatic qualities to flavor foods, cocktails as an air freshener or it can be eaten raw...
The cost of transportation depends on the province or country.
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