He molave trees are uniquely versatile and should deserve more vigorous attention. Their specific uses are so numerous that it is quite impossible to make a complete list. To generalize, they are used in the form of round logs or posts, sliced lumber, driftwood, or intact live plants, and also as fuel, fodder for livestocks and as herbal medicine.
These trees must have been used a thousand different ways since the distant past. Some logs or lumber have survived the ravages of time and seem to have surfaced to declare that they are part of the country’s historical heritage.