Forest people throughout the tropics use a wide variety of plant parts for food, spices, oil, medicines, dyes, and other purposes. While the Ethnobotany of these products is often well known, the ecological and economic aspects rainforest trees have received much less attention. Such information is needed for specific products to evaluate the sustainability of harvest and commercial viability of selling the processed product under a range of ecological and market conditions. Non-Timber Forest Products (NTFPs) play an important role in supporting the livelihoods of the forest-dependent communities has grown manifolds in the past decade (Belcher et al., 2005; Clendon, 2001). Policymakers, funding organizations, governments and voluntary organizations working in the forestry sector are convinced that sustainable management of NTFPs has become an inseparable part of pro-poor forest management.