Burmese grape scientific name Baccaurea Ramiflora is a slow-growing evergreen tree in the Euphorbiaceae family.
It is an egg-shaped, yellowish coloured, pinkish to bright red or purple fruit native to Burma, Thailand, India, China, Vietnam, and Laos.
It grows in evergreen forests on a wide range of soils.
The fruit is collected and used locally, eaten as a fruit, stewed or made into wine; it is also used medicinally to treat skin diseases.
The bark, roots and wood are, harvested for medicinal uses.
It is a small and juicy fruit with excellent flavour.
When raw, Burmese grapes are green in colour.
Ripe, they look just like grapes, because of their deep-purple colour. They sometimes have red or yellow colouration.
The nutrient helps in wound healing, as well as in the synthesis of collagen which is a structural protein that helps make your skin less susceptible to becoming wrinkled.
The bark, roots and wood of the tree are sometimes used for medicinal purposes to treat skin diseases.