Sapindus mukorossi, also known as Reetha, is a species of tree in the family Sapindaceae. The fruit is commonly known as Indian soapberry or washnut, and like other species in the genus Sapindus, it is called soapberry. It is also a native of Western coastal Karnataka, Maharashtra – Konkan, and Goa in India
Reetha plant is beneficial in balancing Kapha doshas, lowers cholesterol levels and treats respiratory problems. The roots and bark are expectorant and demulcent in nature and the fruit with a bitter and astringent quality works as an expectorant and anthelmintic
To make sure your soapberry sapling stays healthy, you can use fertilizer, being sure to follow the manufacturer’s care instructions. After being planted, it takes about 9-10 years to produce soapberries
Plant Spread: 5 inch (13 cm)
Common Name : Sapindus mukorossi
Maximum Reachable Height : 25m


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