Acacia catechu

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Noun1.Acacia catechu - East Indian spiny tree having twice-pinnate leaves and yellow flowers followed by flat podsAcacia catechu - East Indian spiny tree having twice-pinnate leaves and yellow flowers followed by flat pods; source of black catechu
genus Acacia - large genus of shrubs and trees and some woody vines of Central and South America, Africa, Australia and Polynesia: wattle; mimosa
acacia - any of various spiny trees or shrubs of the genus Acacia
black catechu, catechu - extract of the heartwood of Acacia catechu used for dyeing and tanning and preserving fishnets and sails; formerly used medicinally
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[4] Kaat hindi (Acacia catechu) is used for itching, burn ulcers, and syphilitic ulcers in the form of an ointment.
Scientists at Central Michigan University set out to study the effects of cutch tree (Acacia catechu) and white mulberry (Morus alba) extracts in people with osteoarthritis.
The labeling states that the products contain two types of flavonoids: baicalin (from Scutellaria baicalensis) and catechin (from Acacia catechu).
Jia, "Clinical and preclinical cognitive function improvement after oral treatment of a botanical composition composed of extracts from Scutellaria baicalensis and Acacia catechu," Behavioural Neurology, vol.
Recently we reported a botanical composition designated as UP1306 (a proprietary blend of two bioflavonoid standardized extracts from the heartwood of Acacia catechu and root bark of Morus alba) with analgesic and anti-inflammatory effects [5].
Acacia catechu, commonly known as catechu, is an important medicinal plant, especially prevalent in Asia.
ACACIA SPECIES (Katha in Manipuri): Acacia catechu is a moderate sized tree and belongs to the family Leguminosai.
The dried leaves and stems of Acacia catechu were separately air-dried in the shade and pulverized into a fine powder.
Germination started somewhat earlier from the seeds originating in L2 for Acacia catechu and Elaeocarpus floribundus than from other sources (Table 2).
Acacia catechu, also called black catechu, is a traditional medicinal plant commonly used in Indian subcontinent and Southeast Asia, with antipyretic, antidiarrheal, hypoglycaemic, and hepatoprotective activities [5, 6].