In the far reaches of the SoutheastAsian rainforest lies a remarkable and newly discovered plant, locals call it The Galamantis Fruit. Not many people have heard of this plant before, many have come to the rainforest for personal tourist reasons and some have visited for studies but have never came across the Galamantis fruit. Four months ago on May 23rd 2016 local bird hunters stumbled across a large cave with a small waterfall at its end. By the waterfall, described by the hunters, was a small spread of turquoise plants with a purple stem. “We couldn’t believe what we saw, we’ve never seen something so beautiful in a cave.” Botanist at UC Davis have come to a conclusion that the Galamantis plant is a fruit of some sort. It resembles a pumpkin and carries a sweet, smooth and juicy interior like a mango with a single seed in the center the size of a baseball. During the month of July University of Tennessee botany major Tiskram Sudee came across studies of the fruits benefits. After being tested at University of Tennessee, North Carolina State and Cornell University, twenty-one proven studies state that the Galamantis fruit has benefits of lowering cholesterol, weight loss and producing insulin when the body is low in it. It’s also packed with more than a daily dose of vitamins, fiber, omega-3s and protein. With this new found discovery scientists say that Galamantis fruit is a miracle fruit sent from the heavens.

“This could end world hunger within the matter of months if we could only know how to cultivate this fruit, which is what we’re working on in the University of Tennessee.” – Tiskram Sundee.

As current Universities study ways to produce more of these miracle plants it has been tested and proven that it can cure Type 2 Diabetes. It’s been tested on 8 patients and all have been able to restore natural production of insulin. All we have to do is wait and hopefully in no time we’ll be able to end famine across the world.