Caralluma is a succulent plant in the family Apocynaceae. It has been eaten in rural India for centuries, raw, as a vegetable with spices, or preserved in chutneys and pickles, and is often found as a roadside shrub or boundary marker. It has been used as a portable food and thirst quencher for hunting.It is also used for its purported ability to suppress hunger and appetite and enhance stamina. It is believed to have an effect on the appetite control center of the brain. Tribesmen on a day’s hunt will often only pack some Caralluma Fimbriata to sustain themselves and it is commonly known as “famine food” in India.
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