ghatti gum

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Noun1.ghatti gum - an Indian gum from the dhawa tree; used as a substitute for gum arabic
gum - any of various substances (soluble in water) that exude from certain plants; they are gelatinous when moist but harden on drying
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Gaikwad, Seasonal Dynamics in the Nutritional and Antinutritional Status of Stem Bark of Anogeissus latifolia.
Its youth-renewing mix also taps into the effectiveness of argan, sunflower, rose and raspberry oils as well as anogeissus.
Other tree species include Albizia lebbeck (Flee tree), Azadirachta indica (Neem), Prosopis cineraria (Kandi), Salvadora oleoides (Salvadora), Tamarix articulate (Tamarisk), Tecomella undulate (Iron wood), Anogeissus rotundifolia (Indrokh) and Ziziphus mauritiana (Indian plum).
24] reported the hypoglycemic activity of five Thai medicinal plants including Anogeissus acuminata (Combretaceae), Catunaregam tormentosa (Rubiaceae), Dioecrescis erythroclada (Rubiaceae), Mimosa pudica (Fabaceae), and Rauwolfia serpentina (Apocyanaceae), which have been traditionally used in the Northern part of Thailand.
Antioxidant organ protective and ameliorative properties of methanol extract of Anogeissus leiocarpus stem bark against carbin tetrachloride-induced liver Injury.
The complex also features Plantscription's signature anti-aging powerhouse ingredient, African Anogeissus, a rare extract from the leaves and bark of the sacred Anogeissus tree, native to Ghana, West Africa, where it is harvested as a potent wound healer and antimicrobial.
They feature anogeissus, which helps bring a sigh of relief to the appearance of aging skin without irritation.
It's made with bark from the Anogeissus tree in Ghana, and contains powerful anti-wrinkle ingredient retinoic acid.
An antifungal property of crude plant extracts from Anogeissus leiocarpus and Terminalia avicennioides.
Other members of the Combretaceae family of plants, which include Anogeissus leiocarpus, Pteleopsis suberosa, Thiloa glaucocarpa are toxic to man and animals (ITAKURA et al.
There are no direct studies available in the scientific literature on Anogeissus acuminata, used by the Marma healers for toothache and oral lesions.