Citrus medica var. sarcodoctylus is a variety of very curious Citrus, known as the Buddha Hand. This is the very early partition in the clusters of the fruit, ie development does not concern a set of clusters that will form the fruit, but each clove tends to develop as a unit in itself. It follows an unattractive form of fruit, but jagged in various resonances, and the Orientals saw the form of the divine hand. The anomaly is worth mentioning because experts have often tried to favor it, as it produces virtually just peel, that is, the only part of the industrially usable fruit. But the outcomes so far have been disappointing: it seems that anomalies prefer not to be fooled, and it continues to appear only spontaneously and unpredictably often casual.