Indian Gooseberry is a round-shaped fruit, yellowish-green or red in color. It can be eaten as fresh or used as an ingredient in desserts, jams, candies or drinks. The fruit is also used as an ingredient for pickling.
Look for hard and dry Indian gooseberries. Avoid soft and wet gooseberries.
Overconsumption of Indian gooseberries may cause diarrhea and low blood pressure.(2)
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