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Caralluma

Caralluma acutangula Shop Now Caralluma acutangula
Starting from 10.00€
Caralluma burchardii Shop Now Caralluma burchardii
Starting from 18.00€
Caralluma dioscoridis Shop Now Caralluma dioscoridis
Starting from 36.00€
Caralluma europaea Shop Now Caralluma europaea
Starting from 6.40€
Caralluma flava Shop Now Caralluma flava
Starting from 7.00€
Caralluma foetida Shop Now Caralluma foetida
Starting from 36.00€
Caralluma hesperidum Shop Now Caralluma hesperidum
Starting from 3.20€
Caralluma hexagona Shop Now Caralluma hexagona
Starting from 32.00€
Caralluma hybrid Shop Now Caralluma hybrid
Starting from 4.00€
Caralluma joannis Shop Now Caralluma joannis
Starting from 18.00€
Caralluma lutea Shop Now Caralluma lutea
Starting from 4.00€
Caralluma penicillata Shop Now Caralluma penicillata
Starting from 45.00€
Caralluma quadrangula Shop Now Caralluma quadrangula
Starting from 15.60€
Caralluma sarkariae Shop Now Caralluma sarkariae
Starting from 15.00€
Caralluma socotrana Shop Now Caralluma socotrana
Starting from 30.00€
Caralluma sp. Rombo Shop Now Caralluma sp. Rombo
Starting from 17.60€
Caralluma speciosa Shop Now Caralluma speciosa
Starting from 15.00€
Caralluma sublutea Shop Now Caralluma sublutea
Starting from 3.20€
Caralluma vaga Shop Now Caralluma vaga
Starting from 24.00€
Caralluma

Its name comes from Arabic and literally means "wound of the flesh", probably referring to the unpleasant smell that the flowers of this genus give off, just like Stapelia, which is very similar. It has fleshy green stems, often shaded on purple, with tubercles ending in spiny tips; the aspect is apparently similar to a Cactacea, from which it strongly differs for its beautiful "desert stars" flowers, which are fleshy, star-shaped and dark colored, often striped or dotted with yellow. These plants are often known for their medicinal properties: the stems are commonly used as vegetables, both raw and cooked in the territories of its origin, but above all recent studies, which are still in progress, could show how the extract of this plant may contain the chemicals, capable to decrease appetite, quench thirst and give energy at the same time. Besides being an extremely ornamental and sought after succulent, it could also become a real aid for weight loss!