Aegle marmelos (L.) Correa Main specimen
Rutaceae
{ Human uses | Handicrafts }

The wood of Aegle marmelos is hard and takes a good polish. It is used for house building, carving, agricultural implements or tool handles...

A yellow dye is obtained from the rind of the unripe fruit. It is used in calico printing.

An essential oil is extracted from the rind.

The gum makes a good adhesive.

The fruit pulp has detergent action and has been used for washing clothes.

Source :
- Dastur, 2006, Useful Plants of India and Pakistan
- Orwa C., Mutua A., Kindt R., Jamnadass R., Anthony S., 2009, Agroforestree Database: a tree reference and selection guide