Malabar Chestnut

Pachira insignis, also known as the Guiana chestnut or Malabar chestnut, is a tree species native to Central and South America. It belongs to the family Malvaceae and produces green, palmate leaves with five to nine leaflets. The tree also produces large, brown, woody fruits containing edible seeds. The plant is also believed to bring good luck and is often included in feng shui practices. The seeds of the plant are rich in protein and fats and are used in traditional medicine for their antipyretic and anti-inflammatory properties.

Malabar Chestnut

(Pachira Insignis)


Hard Wood

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