Rambutan is a topical fruit whose scientific term is Nephelium Laapaceum. Rambutan is believed to have originated in Indonesia and is now widely found in Philippines, Malaysia, Cambodia, Thailand, Sri Lanka, India, Ecuador, Australia and America. In India, Rambutan fruit is available mostly in the southern states of Tamil Nadu, Kerala and Karnataka. The name rambutan comes from an Indonesian name “rambut” which means hair and by adding a suffix you get “rambutan”. Rambutan tree belongs to a group of tropical trees that bear fruits like the lychee, mamoncillo and longan.
Rambutans are small red colour fruits with spiky hair on the skin. It has a sweet, juicy flesh which is slightly acidic and small brown coloured seeds whose oil is used in a number of industries. Rambutans are available in two colours, red and yellow.
Provide sufficient rambutan skin, cut into small pieces, then add three cups of water and boiled it. Once the water getting black color and the water remaining half, remove and let cool. Filtered and drink regularly three times a day.
Take some rambutan leaf, then mash until smooth. Combine water. Squeeze and strain the juice yield water. Then, shampoo made from the leaves of fruit rambutan is ready to nourish your hair.
Take rambutan skin that had previously been dried. Wash and add a few cups of water, then boil until really boiling. Drink the stew routinely 3 times a day.
Take five rambutan seeds, roasted and then fried. After that, the seeds that have been roasted crushed into powder, and mix with a glass of hot water. Once cool, drink at the same time and do it consistently.