I didn't find in Dr. Duke's database, any information about the uses of Cyclanthera pedata
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Cyclanthera pedata basic info
Scientific Name: Cyclanthera pedata (L.) Schrad..
Common names in English: lady's-slipper, slipper goard, stuffing gourd, stuffing-cucumber, wild cucumber.
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Cyclanthera pedata, is a herbaceous vine grown for its edible mature fruit, which is predominantly used as a vegetable. Other names: slipper gourd, lady's slipper, sparrow gourd, pepino (Colombia), stuffing cucumber(English), korila(Philippines), olochoto and kichipoktho (Bhutan), chuche karela (Nepal and Southern Bhutan). locally known by its Quechua names kaywa (pronounced kai-wa, hispanicized spellings caigua, caihua, caygua, cayua) or achuqcha (also spelled achocha, achogcha, achojcha, achokcha). - for more info about Cyclanthera pedata See link
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