Parinari anamensis is an evergreen tree growing up to 30 metres tall with a straight bole[
The tree is harvested from the wild for its edible fruit; its flowers, which are used locally as a cosmetic; and also sometimes for its wood. It is commonly cultivated in gardens and temples for the edible fruit[
Southeast Asia - Thailand, Laos, Cambodia, Vietnam.
Evergreen and deciduous forests[
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|Cultivation Status||Cultivated, Wild
Fruit - raw[
]. The fruit is usually subglobose, around 30mm wide, but can be ellipsoid, 40mm long and 28mm wide[
An infusion of the flowers is used as a cosmetic, applied after bathing[
The wood is difficult to work and splits easily but has been used for interior construction[
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