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Gongura leaves are medium to wide, large, flat, and smooth. Three to five girdle, finger-shaped leaflets lobby the vivid green leaves deeper. Gongura leaves come from a thick shrub-like plant, usually at 2 to 3 meters high.
This is a rich source of iron, vitamins and folic acids, and important antioxidants for human nutrition.
It is known as Gongura in Telugu, in Marathi ambadi, in Tamil pulichakeerai, in Assamese Tenga mora, in Hindi pitwaa, and in Oriya khata palanga, in Bengali mestapat.
So cool post, thanks a lot for sharing! Also, I'm looking for supplements now, so I just hope that someone will leave here the best source with something like this
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Good afternoon! Actually, I know what the last commentator meant due to having supplements is necessary thing for being healthy. You know, recently I've noticed that my child started to have diseases because he didn't have enough vitamins in organism. Therefore, in this case I began to use elderberry gummies for kids. Accordingly, now there are no problems with health, so I sincerely hope you will try to use it in the right way for yourself too!