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Phak wan
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Phak wan


Phak wan is known in English as Melientha suavis.It is a wild food plant found in Thailand and Southeast Asia. Phak wan is an evergreen shrubby tree and grows to about 0.52 meters high. Its leaves are alternately arranged on the branch, ovate shaped with a round base and an apex point. The leafstalk is very short.

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