tabasheer


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tabasheer

(ˌtæbəˈʃiə)
n
(Plants) dried bamboo sap, used medicinally in the Far East
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Substitutes/Badal: Tabasheer safed (Bambusa arandinacea), sandal (Santalum album).
Compound formulations/Murakkabat: Qurs tabasheer kafoori, Tiryaq-e-azam.
tabasheer), we read that tabashir "may derive from the Sanskrit tavak-ksina" [sic], with a footnote to pp.
The agreements included agricultural inputs with the Agricultural Bank of Sudan, cooperation in the field of health services and medical equipment with Tabasheer Company and higher educational studies on women education with Al-Ahfad University.
Alan Munro had his ride Meqdam Al Zaidy track early leaders Umm Qarn's Tabasheer and Tarek Al Mels, while jockey Evert Pheiffer had Mowhoubat Al Zaidy a bit further back on in the inside.
Una sustancia llamada Tabasheer o Tabachir que es una concrecion en las cavidades de la cana se estima mucho como una medicina por los orientales.
Beneath its Joe Friday surface, the book offers small seductive pleasures: a seam of precious opal in black fossil wood, Lybian desert glass, and the rare Tabasheer ("a milky white opaline silica deposited inside the joints of bamboo.
Fresh herb is used as poultice or juice [9, 10] and in unani formulation "Qur Tabasheer" useful as antihyperglycemic and antihyperlipidemic drug [11].
Thus it's helpful that midway through this work we come on "An Opal Glossary of Terms," compiled by Si and Ann Frazier, to which we can turn when other chapters invoke terms like Ariki, black nobby, cacholong, conk, girasol, hyalite, Newton's rings, tabasheer, Yowah nut, and many others just as peculiar.