Taiwan ’s mountains and forests contain salt, grow on trees, and deepen the wisdom of life among indigenous peoples Huizhong. The booso of the Rukai, the lefos of the Ami, the vus of the Pai, and the prihut of the Taroko ... all refer to "Roche's salt skin wood", which grows in the mountainous areas of low and middle elevations in Taiwan and blooms in late September. Results from December to January. After the roots absorb salt from the soil, they recrystallize on the surface of the fruit, and the fruit is eaten together. salt. In October each year, on the banks and hillsides of the sunny Danan Creek, a bunch of lovely yellow spiked flower spikes appear on the top of the tree, which is the bloom of Roche's salt-skinned wood; when the flowers bloom in December, the green fruits gradually When it turns to red, it can be harvested when it hangs heavily on the branches. The harvested fruit is filled with a large bag of burlap bags, and it should be spread out and dried as soon as possible. To share with you, mountain salt from the Tairumak tribe in Taitung.