Rambutans are small, red colored fruits with spiky hair on the skin. They have sweet, juicy
flesh with a small brown colored seeds whose oil is used in a number of industries.
The name rambutan comes from an Indonesian name “rambut” which means hair.
Rambutan is a healthy food and is a great substitute for processed snack foods.
According to Medical Plant Experts, rambutans take iron, potassium and vitamin C. sapai in
each 100 grams.
Rambutan seeds are not poisonous and contain carbohydrates, fats, proteins, which are
essential in our bodies.
They are used to normalize the use of alternative treatment blood sugar of diabetes patients
(diabetes mellitus are likely to be high).
How to prepare:
Take five ripe rambutan fruits and separate the seeds. Cut to rambutan seeds into small parts, and sangria until dark yellow. Grind until you have a fine powder.
Pour the powder into the cup, with hot water. Once cool, drink the clear water as well throw away the dregs or deposits. Drink it before each meal or by
1-3 times daily, depending on how high sugar levels while doing therapy. It is okay to consume everyday.