While the rambutan is rarely sold and grown in the United States and Europe and even relatively unheard of in these areas, it is highly sought after and grown in tropical regions. 

Used as poultices to relieve headaches and thought to cure diarrhoea, Rambutan leaves can also be crushed into powder and used to moisten the scalp. All parts of the Rambutan possess medicinal properties where the roots, leaves and bark are used to treat many ailments such as would healing, restorative tea, or as an eye infection wash. 


last update by M 12/7/2012

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