Rainforests can be used to produce a great variety of useful products.
Some of the products may be food products, such as tropical fruits, e.g. papaya, or nuts, e.g. Brazil nut. Cacao, a key ingredient in chocolate, is a common product from the rainforest. Some spices grow well in the rainforest, e.g. cinnamon and vanilla beans. Chicle is a resin which comes from the rainforest; it is used in Chewing Gum.
The plants in a rainforest have untapped healing properties. While many medicines are already obtained from plant parts, there are so many more that we just don't know about. For example, in Australia, scientists have discovered cancer-curing properties of plants in the tropical rainforests in the far north of the country. These have been used to cure cancers in some domestic animals, and researchers are now looking at whether these plants can be used to cure cancers in people.
Latex is another product. It is used in chewing gum, as well as rubber products such as car tyres. the trees in a au forest are also useful for their wood. Minerals, common throughout the world, are no less common in rainforests, which can yield large amounts of iron, manganese and other minerals and metals. To see a list of more useful products which can come from the rainforest, see the related link below.
Animals!!! if we dont have animals then we wont have us! we need to keep the rainforest alive. it will affect the food chane alot!!! we cant let our earth die!!! if you wanna see what it will look like if we kill the rainforest or let global warming happen get the movie DAY AFTER TOMORROW!!!
The products that come from this rain forest are:
Rainforests provide us with valuable resources such as timber, wood pulp for paper, firewood, medicines, fibers, latexes, resins and fruits. Foods such as chocolate, coffee and bananas all come from rainforests.
For the most part, there is little room or a population to produce products in rainforest areas. What rain forests can do is produce products for manufacturing away from the rain forests. The primary example would be timber into lumber from cutting down trees in such areas.
Mangos, chocolate, sugar, bannanas, all fruit, coffee, cashew, vanilla, cough syrup, candy
They come from the tropical rainforest located in South America
In the American South, many people come from Ireland, Scotland, and England
does coffee come from the rainforest?
Curare grows in the South American rainforest as a large vine in the canopy. Some Indians of South America use it as part of a poisonous mixture, called "ampi" or "curare," that they put on the tip of their arrows and darts to hunt wild game.
South American Andes
African rainforest .
they r from the bubble rainforest
Africa, via the American South.
No, they come from the South American region.
it does not come from the rainforest, it is natural and is produced in the body, and now days synthetically made
amazon rainforest and other rainforest. i think.....
Jaguars are most common in the Amazon rainforest.