Husk: The coir fibers found between the husk and the outer shell of a coconut is thick, strong and has high abrasion resistance so it’s typically used in mats, ropes, brushes and sacking.
Shell: The coconut shell can be made into charcoal, activated carbon, ladles, forks, handicraft works etc.
Water: Coconut water can be consumed fresh from the coconut and it serves as a natural isotonic beverage that helps replenishes essential electrolytes lost through heat or exertion.
Meat: The meat can be eaten raw, shredded, dried or grated to make into coconut milk.
Copra: Dried coconut meat, copra, can be made into coconut oil when crushed. The fiber left from crushed copra can be used as animal feeds known as copra pellets.