What is another word for Ziziphus Lotus?

Pronunciation: [zˈɪzɪfəs lˈə͡ʊtəs] (IPA)

Ziziphus Lotus, also known as lotus jujube or Chinese date, is a small deciduous tree that is native to the Mediterranean region, Asia and Southeast Europe. In different parts of the world, this tree is known by various names. In India, it is called "ber", in Iran it is known as "annab", while in China it is referred to as "dazao". In Arabic, it is commonly known as "Sidr", while in Turkey it is called "yanar". In Spanish, it goes by the name of "azofaifo" and in French, it is known as "jujubier commun". No matter what its name, Ziziphus Lotus is prized for its nutritional and medicinal properties, and is commonly used in traditional medicine to treat a variety of ailments.

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