The ripened, red berries are collected and a juice, locally called Gholja, is extracted. Gholja is further filtered and then kept in bottles to be used in the winter for sore eyes that result from smokey kitchens. Gholja is also used as a facial puru against sunburn, pimples and facial scars.
|Botanical Name||Solanum miniatum|
|Locally used for||Sore eyes and as a puru.|