The leaves of the Almond tree are commonly used in herbal teas and traditional medicine.
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The almond tree is also known as country almond, Indian almond, and Malabar almond. It is widely grown as an ornamental tree in tropical regions. This tree can grow 30-50 feet in width and 30-55 feet in height with an upright, symmetrical crown and horizontal branches. As the tree ages, its crown becomes more flattened to form a spreading vase shape. The leaves are large, long, glossy, dark green, and leathery. It can be planted from February to April. It produces white to pale green flowers and bears fruit 5–6 years after planting in the ground. The almond fruit is green at first, then yellow, and finally red when ripe, containing a single seed. The fruit is edible, tasting slightly acidic. The seeds are edible raw or cooked when ripe, but they are small and difficult to extract. Fruits are usually harvested from September to December.

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Terminalia catappa

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