The fruit used to grow in urban areas of Bikaner, but due to the cutting of trees and the growth of the city, these trees have now become extinct from urban areas. In such a situation, it now grows more in villages and other cities. Shopkeeper Mo Aslam said that there is only two months of the season of Gundi here, although its season is in May and June. The demand for this fruit is also high. Aslam said that gundi i.e. lasoda is being sold at Rs 180 to 200 per kg. This fruit is called gundi and lasoda here. Its fruit is used to make vegetables and pickles.
IUCN member and environmental expert said that the name of lasode is Cordia myxa. Its wood is used for burning. Its leaves are eaten by camels and goats. At the same time, cooked lasoda is sweet and has smooth and sweet ness like glue inside it. Bohra said that many diseases are cured by consuming lasode. This keeps the stomach cool. Also, liver, blood pressure, skin related diseases, lumps, white hair are black.