Cutch tree, Terra Japonica, and Black Catechu are all names for the Acacia catechu. Its Sanskrit names are Khadira, Katha, and Khair in Hindi. The Acacia catechu tree can be found all over India. Eastern Western Ghats slopes and Himalayan tracts make up the majority of its habitat in the nation. This tree, which has small, hooked spines and grows to a height of 9 to 12 meters, is deciduous.
Acacia Extract Uses:
- Primarily used for tanning and dyeing, the plant.
- The wood extract is broken into glossy, jagged pieces after cooling in molds and is utilized for a variety of things.
- When excessive bleeding occurs, the Acacia extract can speed up the coagulation process and, when gargled with, can lessen sore throat and gum swelling.
- When taken with milk, acacia extract can regulate coughing and lessen bronchitis inflammation while also aiding in the absorption of extra lipids, which makes it helpful for obesity.
- As a blood purifier and skin rejuvenator, the Khadir plant is utilized for a variety of skin disorders including eczema, psoriasis, and acne.
- Tannins and catechins found in acacia extract have anti-inflammatory, antibacterial, disinfectant, astringent, styptic, expectorant, stimulant, and antiphlogistic activities. They also act as antioxidants and anodynes.