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Latin NameCommon NameEdibility RatingMedicinal Rating
Abelmoschus esculentusOkra43
Abobra tenuifoliaCranberry Gourd10
Abutilon theophrastiChina Jute, Velvetleaf, Butterprint Buttonweed Jute, China Mallow, Indian Velvet Leaf32
Acacia concinnaShikakai, Soap-Pod21
Acanthocereus tetragonusPitahaya. Barbed-wire cactus.30
Acanthosicyos horridusNaras. Butterpips32
Acca sellowianaFeijoa, Pineapple Guava40
Acrocomia aculeataCoyoli Palm. Gru-Gru Palm, Macaw palm31
Actinidia argutaTara Vine50
Actinidia arguta cordifolia 40
Actinidia arguta rufa 40
Actinidia arisanensis 30
Actinidia asymmetrica 30
Actinidia callosa 30
Actinidia callosa formosana 30
Actinidia callosa henryi 30
Actinidia callosa indochinensis 30
Actinidia callosa pubescens 30
Actinidia chinensisKiwi42
Actinidia coriacea 30
Actinidia deliciosaKiwi Fruit51
Actinidia eriantha 30
Actinidia fortunatii 30
Actinidia fulvicoma 30
Actinidia giraldii 30
Actinidia glabra 30
Actinidia hemsleyana 30
Actinidia henryi 30
Actinidia holotricha 30
Actinidia hypoleuca 30
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