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Pulasan Fruit Plants (Nephelium Mutabile)

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Pulasan (Nephelium Mutabile): Southeast Asia's Sweet Secret

Common Names: Pulasan, Malay, Kapulasan, Ngoh-Khonsan, Bulala, Panungayan

Botanical Name: Nephelium Mutabile

General Information:

Sweeter than Rambutan and Lychee. Dark red, leathery peel with a conical-shaped appearance. Stubby spines on the peel. Twist open for access to white, sweet flesh. Resembles a Rambutan but stands out in sweetness. The pulasan tree is valued for its ornamental appearance.

Health and Wellness Benefits:

Acts as an efficient appetite suppressant, Supports weight management, Suitable for individuals with diabetes, Controls blood sugar levels, and aids digestion.

Pulasan emerges as Southeast Asia's sweet secret, celebrated for its delectable sweetness. From its spiky exterior to the luscious white flesh within, it offers a delightful sensory experience. Beyond its culinary allure, Pulasan extends health benefits, making it a well-rounded addition to Southeast Asian orchards and diets.

Cultivation Information:

Blooming Time/Fruiting: 4-5 years.

Moderate maintenance is required.


Planting and Care

Pulasan, is a perennial evergreen tree that thrives in tropical climates in hardiness zones 11 and up. Male and female flowers are found on different trees, and the flowers are white and 1-2 mm in diameter.

Special Feature

Good for Diabetics patients. One can benefit from the blood sugar-regulating capabilities of the Pulasan fruit, as well as its antioxidant content, its ability to soften skin and hair, and its high concentration of vitamin C, which boosts the immune system.


The flesh of the red tropical fruit can either be eaten raw or turned into a jam, depending on preference. Cooking or roasting the seeds of exotic fruits produces a beverage that resembles chocolate.