The fruit and nut of the Marula tree have been used for its nutritional worth since ancient times, since it is abundant in vitamin C and minerals. From January through April, the marula fruit ripens and falls to the ground.
To extract the seeds, the nut is smashed. The nuts’ shells can be utilized as pavement, compost, or fuel for fires. The seeds are used to extract the cold-pressed oil, which is high in antioxidants and vitamins C and E and is used in skin care.