Our Cononut The Amazing Coconut
Coconuts come from the coconut palm which is also know as "the fruit of life".
Every part of the coconut palm can be used for many purpose;
The coconut palm is said to have over one thousand uses!

The sap derived from incising the flower clusters of the coconut can be drunk as toddy, and when left to ferment on its own, it becomes palm wine. The sap can be boiled to make a sweet syrup, candy or palm sugar, and it can be reduced further to make coconut sugar or palm sugar.
The stiff mid-ribs of coconut leaves can be used for making brooms. The greenery is stripped away, leaving the veins (thin, long, wood-like strips) which are tied together to form a broom or brush. The leaves also provide material for baskets, mat weaving, and roofing thatch.
The fiber from the husk of the coconut is used to make ropes, door mats, brushes, sacks, caulking for boats, and as stuffing fiber for mattresses. It is also used as potting compost, especially for orchids.
The husk and shell of the coconut have many applications:

A dried half coconut shell with husk can be used to buff floors.

The fresh husk of a brown coconut may serve as a dish or body sponge.

They can be used as a fuel or a source of charcoal. Activated carbon manufactured from coconut shell is considered extremely effective for the removal of impurities.

Coconut shells are regularly used as bowls and in the manufacture of various handicrafts, including buttons and belts carved from dried shells. Half coconut shells are often used in musical instruments and even in sound effects work. Perhaps you’ve heard them being used to create the sound effect of a horse's hoofbeats?

The coconut comes from nature and can give back to nature: halved, drained coconuts can be hung up as bird feeders, and after the flesh has gone, they can be refilled with oil or seed. Coconuts can also be hollowed out and used as a home for a small rodent or birds. And in Thailand, the coconut husk is regularly used as a potting medium to produce healthy forest tree saplings.
Heart of palm is edible and is sometimes known as "palm cabbage". It is considered a delicacy. Havesting the buds kills the palms. Heart of palm is most often eaten in salads.
Copra is dried coconut meat which can be used to produce coconut oil and coconut meal.
Coconut Trunk are used for building small bridges and huts. They are preferred for their straightness, strength, and salt resistance. Coconut timber comes from the trunk and is increasingly being used as an ecologically-sound substitute for endangered hardwoods. It has many applications in furniture and specialized construction.
Coconut milk is different from coconut water. It is the milky substance that is extracted from the grated meat of a mature coconut. This milk has a fat content of approximately 17%.
Coconut oil can be made from wet or dry coconut meat with different processes. Either way, the oil is extracted from the meat and then used for a variety of purposes including cooking, soaps, cosmetics, hair-oil, and massage oil. Coconut oil is also a main ingredient in Ayurvedic oils.
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