Acacia catechu

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Synonyms for Acacia catechu

East Indian spiny tree having twice-pinnate leaves and yellow flowers followed by flat pods

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camphora), Kaat hindi (Acacia catechu), Raal hindi (Vateria indica Linn), Mom (Bees wax/Cera), Roghan-e-gao/Ghee or clarified butter.
The cutch tree (scientifically, Acacia catechu) is a thorny South Asian tree in the same family as beans and other legumes.
Previously we have also documented that UP446 consists primarily of baicalin from Scutellaria baicalensis and catechin from Acacia catechu to possess activities suggestive of benefit in OA including (i) dual inhibition of COX and LOX (Burnett et al., 2007), (ii) normalization of COX-2, tumor necrosis factor-a (TNF-a), IL-1[beta], IL-6, and nuclear factor-[beta]B (NFkB) gene expression in lipopolysaccharide- (LPS-) induced human and animal cell lines (Tseng-Crank et al., 2010), and (iii) inhibition of COX-2, 5-LOX, and inducible-nitric oxide synthase (iNOS) gene expression and moderation of NFkB binding activity in endotoxin-stimulated rat peritoneal macrophages (Altavilla et al., 2009).
The bark of Acacia catechu is bitter and it was reported to have soothing and astringent activity in bowel and also anti-dysenteric, antidiarrhoea, antipyretic and antihelminthic effects.
Lal, "Notes on traditional uses of khair (Acacia catechu Willd.) by inhabitants of shivalik range in Western Himalaya," EthnobotanicalLeaflets, vol.
Flavocoxid is prepared from roots of Scutellaria baicalensis and Acacia catechu (US patent number 7,514,469).
Some plants used by the tribal people of Buldhana district, India to treat wounds include Acacia catechu, Achyranthes aspera, Cynodon dactylon, and Eclipta alba--these plants being the same as used by the Kavirajes of Bangladesh (Korpenwar, 2012).
colocynthis as it has been isolated from other plant species like Adina cordifolia (Meneni et al., 2002) and Acacia catechu (Jain et al., 2007).
Resins from Uncaria gambier and Acacia catechu tannins were prepared by copolymerization with phenol and formaldehyde at 100[degrees]C.
Acacia catechu (stem)--The herb Acacia catechu is typically utilized for its astringent and antioxidant properties.
Catechu or cutch is an astringent produced from a number of species, but especially from Acacia catechu.
Univestin is a proprietary blend of two individual ingredients--flavans extracted from Acacia catechu and free-b-ring flavonoids from Scutellaria baicalensis.