Talk:Grewia asiatica

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Where to buy in NCR, India[edit]

I don't see anybody selling it now. In my childhood (20 yrs ago) a hawker used to come almost to the streets and our neighborhood everyday... what happened? (talk) 10:31, 24 October 2011 (UTC)

Unsourced medical advice removed.[edit]

I have removed the following lines from the article:

The fruits allay thirst and burning sensations, and can reduce inflammations.
The unripe fruits remove vata[disambiguation needed], kapha and biliousness.
it is good for liver.also useful in jaundice due to continuous and over consumption of alcohol and uses of hot and spicy items. ghabrahat(uneasiness)due to heat .30 ml of juice with cold water ends uneasiness within minutes for liver cure some days.

The first line has had a "citation needed" tag for seven years. The second contains a disambiguation link with no apparent solution, and an obviously incorrect link to a religious text. The third is medical advice that should really be accompanied by a source. bd2412 T 15:49, 14 January 2014 (UTC)