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Two Small Miracle Fruit Plants 5-7″ & 1 Free Pack of Classic Miracle Frooties – Turn Sour Fantastically Sweet! Highest Quality – Superior Soil Mix! – Special Offer! Give the Gift of Sweetness!

Own Your very own Two Miracle Fruit Plants 5-7″ in height (approx 9 months old+) & 1 Free pack of Classic Miracle Frooties so you can try the Miracle Fruit right away! Join The taste sensation that is sweeping the nation, Experience something truly amazing…The Miracle Fruit transforms ordinary foods into something extraordinary. What is the miracle berry? Miracle Berry (Synsepalum dulcificum) is a fruit native to West Africa. It is also known as Miracle Fruit or Synsepalum Dulcificum. The berry is approximately the size of a cranberry and it contains the glycoprotein, Miraculin, which modifies taste perception. Once Miraculin binds to the taste buds, lemons will taste like lemonade and beer like chocolate thanks to the temporary altered state of the taste receptors on your tongue. These Plants can Yield 100’s of berries Fully grown and can be enjoyed with friends and family. Make your own “flavor tripping” parties. Suggested uses: Dieting. Miracle berry can be helpful to people who want to limit their sugar intake and enhance their lifestyles by eating a healthier diet. Recovery. Cancer patients undergoing treatments like Chemotherapy may also benefit from using Miracle Berry. The berry acts as an appetite stimulant. Here are some suggestions of foods to eat with the miracle berry: Lemons and Limes (Lemons squeezed into water), Oranges, Tomatoes, Cranberries, Grapefruit, Kiwi, Pineapple, Granny Smith Apples, Strawberries, Pomegranate, Raspberries, Grapes, Watermelon, Blackberries, Blueberries, Rhubarb, Mustard, Ketchup, Salt & Vinegar chips, Pickles, Sour Cream, Tabasco, Balsamic vinegar, BBQ sauce, Guinness, Tequila, Goat and Bleu Cheese, Hot sauce, Even Sugarless Desserts but which taste Sweet and Sublime! The Plants are shipped safely to your Destination, Plant may take 1-2 and a half Years before bearing fruit see our other listings for a Larger plant already bearing Fruit! – We have been selling Miracle Fruit Plants online for 5 Years + Buy with Confidence.

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Miracle Fruit 5 Fresh Seeds for Growing Plants (Synsepalum Dulcificum)

After eating one of the red holly-like miracle fruits, most sour foods you eat will be either deliciously sweet, or will have a taste that has been noticeably enhanced. It is easily grown indoors with constant warmth, bright light, high humidity, and acidic soil. It may be kept pruned to the desired height.
Three seeds to a packet. The seeds are picked fresh and kept moist during shipping. They are not the easiest seeds to sprout, but when the included directions are followed, you should have a high germination rate.
Planting: Miracle fruit seeds must be planted in an acidic soil mixture containing peat and/or finely ground pine bark. Keep them in indirect sunlight and 100% humidity using a seed sprouter or humidity dome until the seeds sprout. The temperature must be kept above 75 degrees F.
Growth Habit: Miracle fruit is an evergreen bush or tree growing to 15 ft. in its native habitat, but rarely to 5 ft. in northern climates.
Foliage: The plant has attractive, deep green, elongated leaves with some wine stain which grow in a spire-like habit.
Flowers: The small 1/4 inch white flowers are produced in flushes many months of the year.
Fruit: The fruit is a small bright red, ellipsoid berry approximately 2 to 3 cm long and contains a single seed. Although not sweet itself, when a single fruit is eaten and the fleshy pulp allowed to coat the taste buds, an extraordinary effect occurs. The fruit will now allow one to eat a slice of lemon or lime without wincing. The marvelous aroma and inherent sweetness of the citrus remains but the sourness is almost completely covered. Strawberries taste like they are dipped in sugar. The effect remains for some 2 hours or more.

Culture Location: As an indoor plant, provide the plant with bright light such as a well lit window. In the summer the plant can be moved with care to a warm, lightly shaded spot.

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