gum acacia


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Related to gum acacia: Gum tragacanth, guar gum
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Noun1.gum acacia - gum from an acacia treegum acacia - gum from an acacia tree; used as a thickener (especially in candies and pharmaceuticals)
acacia - any of various spiny trees or shrubs of the genus Acacia
gum - any of various substances (soluble in water) that exude from certain plants; they are gelatinous when moist but harden on drying
Senegal gum - gum arabic from the vicinity of the Senegal river
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Gum acacia is the highly utilized emulsion stabilizer and is predominantly distributed by a handful of exporters as the production remains highly concentrated in Sudan which dominates over 80% of the global exports.
HOW: Twigs from the neem (margosa, Azadirachta indica), miswak (Salvadora persica) and babool (gum acacia) trees are available in the market or can be bought online.
The dilution of hydro-alcoholic extract of Gymnema sylvestre leaves was prepared in 1% gum acacia prior to oral administration.
One company doing just that is Somerville, NJ-based Nexira, which along with representatives of the gum acacia industry, is conducting additional studies to strengthen the evidence supporting the beneficial effects of gum acacia on blood glucose attenuation and energy intake, noted Julie Imperato, marketing manager.
Gum Acacia Continues to be a High-Volume, Low Revenue Product Gum acacia is the highly utilized emulsion stabilizer and is predominantly distributed by a handful of exporters as the production remains highly concentrated in Sudan which dominates over 80% of the global exports.
Nemmar, "Comparative efficacy of three brands of gum acacia on adenine-Induced chronic renal failure in rats," Physiological Research, vol.
Ibuprofen and teneligliptin in 1% gum acacia suspension given orally using nasogastric tube, whereas liraglutide was injected subcutaneously using tuberculin syringe in treatment groups.
The olive oil emulsion (0.5% v/v) was formed in mixer grinder using 1% (w/v) gum acacia as emulsifying agent.
Gum Arabic (Acacia senega) (GA), family Fabaceae is a small deciduous Acacia tree from the genus Senegalia, known by the common names Rfaudraksha, Gum Acacia, Gum Arabic Tree, or Gum Senegal Tree.
For his part, the Director of the Multiple Directions Company's Branch in northern Kordofan Mohamed Adam explained that the company had exported about 1000 tons of Hashab gum and 900 tons of gum acacia in this season, praising the efforts of the World Bank in the provision of services and encouragement to the producers to increase the production.