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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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.
English: Crab's eye, Jequerity, Precatory bean, Rosary pea 16 Acacia catechu (L.
However, very little work has been done with Acacia catechu and Uncaria gambier tannins.
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.
Limbrel contains flavocoxid, a proprietary composition of natural flavonoid ingredients from the plant sources of Scutellaria baicalensis and Acacia catechu that meet the FDA strict safety standard of Generally Recognized As Safe (GRAS).
The Kavirajes used two plants, namely Acacia arabica and Acacia catechu for treatment of diarrhea.