Cashew grows on the end of a swollen "pseudo-fruit" that contains a delicious juice with a lot of medicinal value.
The shell of the cashew nut has a caustic resin that can be used in industry as well as is, or heated to produce a less caustic, and effective chemical known as cardanol to treat conditions such as cancer.
Cashew nuts, are popular wordwide, and offer significant nutritional value.
The leaves contain a high amout of antioxidants as well as tannins which can be used to treat a huge variety of conditions.
The bark contains similar compounds to the leaves, and has been used for diabetes, and high blood pressure.