Cahinca or Chiococca alba is a species of flowering plant in the coffee family, Rubiaceae, that is native to Florida and extreme southern tip of Texas in the United States, Bermuda, Mexico, Central America, the Caribbean, the Galápagos, and tropical South America. Common names include David’s milkberry, West Indian milkberry, and West Indian snowberry. The specific epithet, alba, means “white” in Latin and refers to the color of its fruits



The roots have several medicinal uses, including as a laxative, diuretic, emetic, and antidiarrhoeal. The plant was sold commercially in Europe and the United States for those purposes at one time.


Beneficial for water retention. Improves the functioning of the urinary tract.


No side effects are recorded.


Please read the medicine’s instructions and consult your doctor!

Other names

Chiococca alba, David’s milkberry, West Indian milkberry, and West Indian snowberry


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