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Fresh Organic Jamaica Cherry Leaves
Fresh Organic Jamaica Cherry Leaves
Fresh Organic Jamaica Cherry Leaves
Fresh Organic Jamaica Cherry Leaves

Fresh Organic Jamaica Cherry Leaves

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Our Organic  Jamaica Cherry Leaves are Premium Quality, Whole Leaf, Pure, All Natural, 100% Organic, No-GMO, Gluten-Free, Caffeine-Free, Sugar-Free.

We selectively choose only the freshest, healthy  Jamaica Cherry tree leaves, carefully picked and packed in order to preserve the natural herbal qualities of these tropical tree leaves.

Our  Jamaica Cherry leaves are harvested from our non-GMO  Jamaica Cherry trees, Organically grown without the use of pesticides.

Baffinco Organic is Family Owned and Operated Since 1995
Grown & Packed in Florida USA .
Available all year from sunny Florida. 
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CAUTION: Please seek the advice of a healthcare provider before using this or any other herbal product, especially if you are pregnant, breastfeeding, or have any health conditions. 
Some herbal products may affect certain medications.


Scientific name
Muntingia calabura L.

Common names
In Mexico, local names for the latter are capolin, palman, bersilana, jonote and puan; in Guatemala and Costa Rica, Muntingia calabura is called capulin blanco; in El Salvador, capulin de comer; in Panama, pasito or majagüillo; in Colombia, chitató, majagüito, chirriador, acuruco, tapabotija and nigua; in Venezuela, majagua, majaguillo, mahaujo, guácimo hembra, cedrillo, niguo, niguito; in Ecuador, nigüito; in Peru, bolina, iumanasa, yumanaza, guinda yunanasa, or mullacahuayo; in Brazil, calabura or pau de seda; in Argentina, cedrillo majagua; in Cuba, capulina, chapuli; in Haiti, bois d' orme; bois de soie marron; in the Dominican Republic, memiso or memizo; in Guadeloupe, bois ramier or bois de soie; in the Philippines, datiles, ratiles, latires, cereza or seresa; in Thailand, takop farang or ta kob farang; in Cambodia, kakhop; in Vietnam, cay trung ca; in Malaya, buah cheri; kerukup siam or Japanese cherry; in India, Chinese cherry or Japanese cherry; in Ceylon, jam fruit




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