Native to Southeast Asia, this slow growing fruittree is seen
everywhere in Indonesia for his fruits,that has been used for
pickles and for flavouring,because they are very sour.
The leaves are feathered.
Cultivation: These plants are easily grown with adequate moisture .
They prefer humus-rich, moist but well-drained soil.
Propagate from seed or marcotting.
Medical use: The bark is recommended for stomach ache, dysentery,
rheumatism and swollen joints.