The Rambutan is a fruit grown primarily in Southeast Asia, and is cousin to the longan and thelychee. It grows on trees that are 10-20 feet (3.05-6.1 m) high. The trees are prized in landscapingbecause they are evergreens.

The rambutan produces two crops each year, a smaller crop in mid-spring and a larger crop in late fall. Not all rambutan trees produce crops, because some trees are male. Some trees are hermaphrodites, producing both male and female blossoms, while others are exclusively female. The hermaphrodite tree is the most prized.

The blossoms on the rambutan have a sweet aroma and are often used in flower arrangements. They are white or green in color, and some difference exists between the male and female flower. Cross-pollination is necessary in female trees, or the tree will produce no fruit. However, bees are attracted by the quality of nectar in rambutan blooms, so this generally poses no significant problem in a large orchard.

Health Benefits of Rambutan

Rambutan fruit contains carbohydrate, protein, fat, phosphorus, iron, calcium and vitamin C. Skin tanin and fruits contain saponin. The seeds contain fat and polifenol. The leavescontain tannin and saponin. Skin stem contains tannin, saponin, flavonida, pectic substances, and iron.

There are usually a light brown seeds are high in some Fats and oils (mainly oleic acid and eicosanoic acid) valuable to industry, and is used in cooking and the manufacture of soap. Rambutans roots, bark, and leaves have various uses in the production of dyes and drugs.
Part of this plant can be used as a medicinal fruit and havebenefits for health such as

Reduce Body Fat

Take some rambutan seeds eaten raw, or destroyed, and mashed and mixed with other food and eat.

Make skin softer face

Same way above where some rambutan seeds eaten raw, or destroyed, and mashed and mixed with other food, and eat.

Hair care
Capture some of the rambutan leaves, washed, and destroy until smooth. Little water added, and stirred into the dough flat until pasty. Then with the filtered piece cloth. Water collected is used to damp scalp. This is done every day to see the results.

Treat dysentery
Skin of rambutan fruit (10 fruit) to be washed, and cut-cut as necessary. Then added 3 glass of drinking water, then boiled water until the remaining half. After a cold, strained and drunk 2 times a day, each glass three-quarters.

Treat diabetes
Rambutan seed (5 seeds) dry fried (sangria), and mashed up into powder. Then move to the cup. After the cold water while drunk. Perform 1-2 times a day.

Cure fever
Rambutan skin that has been dried (15 g) washed. Then added 3 glass of water, then boiled until boiling for 15 minutes. After a cold, strained and drunk 3 times a day, each third section.

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