What is it called in different languages?
English: turkey berry
Tamil: sundakkai
Malayalam: chundanga
Kannada: kundene kayi
Hindi: katai
Telugu: usthi kaya

About turkey berry: Good things come in small packages; this idiom rightly describes turkey berry. The other common names of turkey berry are prickly nightshade, devil’s fig, and wild eggplant. The scientific name of turkey berry is Solanum torvum. Turkey berry has both culinary and medicinal uses. You can also make many herbal remedies using turkey berries. It possesses antibacterial, anti-fungal properties. Turkey berry is a rich source of calories, carbs, proteins, calcium, vitamin A, C, fiber.

– May prevent anemia
– Lowers blood pressure
– Boosts immune system
– Prevents cancer
– Cures kidney-related diseases
– Prevents flu and cold
– Treats phlegm and mucus

– You can make curry –https://youtu.be/ZEKiO05OYGI
– Can make fry –https://youtu.be/3rFdErKmaU0
– You can make chutney –https://youtu.be/ghXQ0Y_XYgw
– Can make kulambu (gravy) –https://youtu.be/gifeRWsvuh4
– You can make pickle –https://youtu.be/bo8RSvyjb-0
– Can make dry turkey powder –https://youtu.be/o7y9rK6Qx2s
– You can make rasam (with dry turkey berries) –https://youtu.be/JNOaQu3tzWY