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Scientific Name:Cocoloba Uvifera
Common Name(s): Hopwood, Horsewood, Sea Grape
Parts Used: fruit
Gray Wolf 3 Sep, 2008
The most common way to eat seagrapes is as like all other grapes.
Quick ID: Tree up to 40 ft., but generally small tree or large shrub. Leaves are thick and heart-shaped from 3 to 10 inches. New foliage is smooth and brown or bronze in color. Flowers grow in clusters. Fruit resembles grapes and are dark red or purple and ripen throughout summer.
Current Rating: 0.0000
Bahamamama6 4 Aug, 2009
We have recently found that sea grapes are medicinal. We drink a tea from the leaves which quickly lowers Blood Pressure. I've been using it now for 3 weeks or so with great results.