Cantalupensis (Cucumis melo L.) is a fruit-producing plant that is widely used as a refreshing drink in Southeast Asia. In Indonesia it is called blewah. It is a kind of melon but is different from the cultivation group.
Blewah is generally oval, with bright orange skin with greenish spots. Behind the thin fruit skin, there is relatively soft and textured fruit flesh. Inside there is a cavity containing seeds and fiber.
This pumpkin family is rich in minerals that can reduce and restore wounds inflammation of the intestinal tissue. Blewah also helps digestion of food in the intestine to eliminate deposits of drugs. Nausea due to excessive worry can also be overcome by eating this fruit.