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Acacia Bark

Acacia (Acacia Concina, Acacia Sinuata)

Acacia (Acacia Concina, Acacia Sinuata)
Parts Offered
We are wholesale suppliers and exporters of :-
Acacia Pods and Acacia Bark
Propagation
By Seeds

Description
A stout prickly climbing shrub with brown branches dotted with white: leaves bipinnate, main rachis bearing sharp hooked prickles and a large gland on the pertiole, pinnae 8 pairs or more, leaflets subsessile, sensitive, unequal sided, glabrous: flowers small in globose heads polygamous: fruits short-stalked thin pods, flat, coriaceous, the structures straight: seeds 6-10 per pod.

Chemical Constituents
The bark: contains saponin, which on hydrolysis yields lupeol, aspinasterol and acacic acid lactone. The sugars identified are glucose, arabinose and rhamnose. It also contains hexacosanol and a -spinasterone. The pods: yield saponins which have been reported to contain acacinin-C, -D and -E and a homologous series of oligosaccharides. The oligosaccharides have been identified as sucrose, raffinose, stachyose and verbascose.

Cosmetic Uses
The soap berry have been particularly valuable for shampooing, and the soap plant, the soapbark, and the soapwort for washing delicate fabrics. Soap plants contain no alkali and are considered mild and beneficial for cleansing purposes, with the exception of the soapberry, which is thought to harm some textile materials. The lather-producing substance is saponin, often poisonous if taken internally.

It is very good for external use it has a good astringent and cleansing action. Promotes hair growth, has a specific anti-dundruff action and it is used to treat skin diseases. Its use is specific for the treatment of devitalized, thin hair with dundruff.

Acacia, Acacia Tree, Arabic Gum, Arabic Tree, Gum Tree

Acacia, Acacia Tree, Arabic Gum, Arabic Tree, Gum Tree
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We are wholesale suppliers and exporters of :-
Acacia Gum, Acacia Bark

Description
A medium sized tree with a short, usually attaining a height of 15 m bark almost black, to dark brown, deeply cracked, or longitudinally, fissured; leaves bipinnate, with spinscent stipulates 2.5-5.0 cm long. Flowers crowded in long-peduncled globose heads, forming axillary clusters of 2-5 heads, fragrant, golden-yellow. Pods white, flat containing 8-12 seeds, 7.5-15.0 cm long.

Chemical constituents
Bark
yeilds several polyphenolic compounds, catechin, epicatechin, cpigallocatechin, quercetin, gallic acid, leucocyanidin gallate, sucrose and tannin, GUM: contains galactose, L-rhamnose, L-arabinose and its derivatives, along with four aldobiouronic acids.

Cosmetic Uses
Gum Acacia is a demulcent and serves by the viscidity of its solution to cover and sheathe inflamed surfaces. It is usually administered in the form of a mucilage - Mucilago Acaciae, British Pharmacopoeia and United States Pharmacopoeia made from small pieces of Gum Acacia dissolved in water and strained

The British Pharmacopoeia directs it to be used as an excipient in the preparation of troches. Compound Mucilage of Acacia - Pill-coating Acacia - is made from Gum Acacia, 1 in 10, with tragacanth, chloroform and water, and is used for moistening pills previous to coating. Gum Acacia is an ingredient of the official Pilula Ferri, Pulvis Amygdalae compositus, Pulvis Tragacanthae compositus, all the official Trochisci, and various syrups, pastes and pastilles or jujubes.

Acacia

Acacia
Parts Offered
We are wholesale suppliers and exporters of :-
Acacia Pods and Acacia Bark


Propagation
By Seeds

Description
A stout prickly climbing shrub with brown branches dotted with white: leaves bipinnate, main rachis bearing sharp hooked prickles and a large gland on the pertiole, pinnae 8 pairs or more, leaflets subsessile, sensitive, unequal sided, glabrous: flowers small in globose heads polygamous: fruits short-stalked thin pods, flat, coriaceous, the structures straight: seeds 6-10 per pod.

Chemical Constituents
The bark: contains saponin, which on hydrolysis yields lupeol, aspinasterol and acacic acid lactone. The sugars identified are glucose, arabinose and rhamnose. It also contains hexacosanol and a -spinasterone. The pods: yield saponins which have been reported to contain acacinin-C, -D and -E and a homologous series of oligosaccharides. The oligosaccharides have been identified as sucrose, raffinose, stachyose and verbascose.

Cosmetic Uses
The soap berry have been particularly valuable for shampooing, and the soap plant, the soapbark, and the soapwort for washing delicate fabrics. Soap plants contain no alkali and are considered mild and beneficial for cleansing purposes, with the exception of the soapberry, which is thought to harm some textile materials. The lather-producing substance is saponin, often poisonous if taken internally.

It is very good for external use it has a good astringent and cleansing action. Promotes hair growth, has a specific anti-dundruff action and it is used to treat skin diseases. Its use is specific for the treatment of devitalized, thin hair with dundruff.

Acacia

Acacia
Parts Offered
We are wholesale suppliers and exporters of :-
Acacia Pods and Acacia Bark 

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Propagation
By Seeds

Description
A stout prickly climbing shrub with brown branches dotted with white: leaves bipinnate, main rachis bearing sharp hooked prickles and a large gland on the pertiole, pinnae 8 pairs or more, leaflets subsessile, sensitive, unequal sided, glabrous: flowers small in globose heads polygamous: fruits short-stalked thin pods, flat, coriaceous, the structures straight: seeds 6-10 per pod. 

Chemical Constituents
The bark: contains saponin, which on hydrolysis yields lupeol, aspinasterol and acacic acid lactone. The sugars identified are glucose, arabinose and rhamnose. It also contains hexacosanol and a -spinasterone. The pods: yield saponins which have been reported to contain acacinin-C, -D and -E and a homologous series of oligosaccharides. The oligosaccharides have been identified as sucrose, raffinose, stachyose and verbascose. 

Cosmetic Uses
The soap berry have been particularly valuable for shampooing, and the soap plant, the soapbark, and the soapwort for washing delicate fabrics. Soap plants contain no alkali and are considered mild and beneficial for cleansing purposes, with the exception of the soapberry, which is thought to harm some textile materials. The lather-producing substance is saponin, often poisonous if taken internally. 

It is very good for external use it has a good astringent and cleansing action. Promotes hair growth, has a specific anti-dundruff action and it is used to treat skin diseases. Its use is specific for the treatment of devitalized, thin hair with dundruff. 

Soapnut Powder
Ground fruit from the Soap Nut Tree. Contains a high level of saponins. Antibacterial mild foaming agent, cleanser, exfoliant. Soapnut Powder is used to cleanse hair, skin and laundry. Helpful in removing stains from hands. May soothe the following: eczema, psoriasis, itchy skin, sensitive skin 

This small shrub like tree is found on the plains of India. It has been used for centuries as a gentle cleanser for hair. It has a naturally low pH, is mildly astringent and excellent for reducing dandruff and other scalp problems as well as creating shiny, soft and clean hair. This anti-oxidant extract has a cooling effect on the scalp. Shikakai is referred to as "fruit for the hair". Its naturally mild pH gently cleans the hair without stripping it of natural oils. Use shikakai as a natural hair wash to control dandruff or for sensitive scalp. Shikakai is said to promote hair growth and strengthen hair roots. 

Medicinal Uses
The pods are bitter, astringent, cooling, diuretic, emetic, deobstruant, detergent, depurative and anthelmimitic. They are useful in vitiated condition of pitta, burning sensation, constipation renal and vesical cal culi strangury, haemorrhoids, erysipelas, leucoderma leprosy, prurigo, abscesses and eczema. The powdered pods are the best alternatives to soaps in all cases of skin diseases.

Acacia, Acacia Tree, Arabic Gum, , Gum Tree

Acacia, Acacia Tree, Arabic Gum, , Gum Tree
Acacia, Acacia Tree, Arabic Gum, Arabic Tree, Gum tree
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We are wholesale suppliers and exporters of :-
Acacia GumAcacia BarkDescription
A medium sized tree with a short, usually attaining a height of 15 m bark almost black, to dark brown, deeply cracked, or longitudinally, fissured; leaves bipinnate, with spinscent stipulates 2.5-5.0 cm long. Flowers crowded in long-peduncled globose heads, forming axillary clusters of 2-5 heads, fragrant, golden-yellow. Pods white, flat containing 8-12 seeds, 7.5-15.0 cm long. 

Chemical constituents
Acacia Bark yeilds several polyphenolic compounds, catechin, epicatechin, cpigallocatechin, quercetin, gallic acid, leucocyanidin gallate, sucrose and tannin, GUM: contains galactose, L-rhamnose, L-arabinose and its derivatives, along with four aldobiouronic acids. 

Cosmetic Uses
Gum Acacia is a demulcent and serves by the viscidity of its solution to cover and sheathe inflamed surfaces. It is usually administered in the form of a mucilage - Mucilago Acaciae, British Pharmacopoeia and United States Pharmacopoeia made from small pieces of Gum Acacia dissolved in water and strained

The British Pharmacopoeia directs it to be used as an excipient in the preparation of troches. Compound Mucilage of Acacia - Pill-coating Acacia - is made from Gum Acacia, 1 in 10, with tragacanth, chloroform and water, and is used for moistening pills previous to coating. Gum Acacia is an ingredient of the official Pilula Ferri, Pulvis Amygdalae compositus, Pulvis Tragacanthae compositus, all the official Trochisci, and various syrups, pastes and pastilles or jujubes. 

Acacia Bark

Acacia Bark
Parts Offered
We are wholesale suppliers and exporters of :-
Acacia Pods and Acacia Bark

Send Enquiry !

Propagation
By Seeds

Description
A stout prickly climbing shrub with brown branches dotted with white: leaves bipinnate, main rachis bearing sharp hooked prickles and a large gland on the pertiole, pinnae 8 pairs or more, leaflets subsessile, sensitive, unequal sided, glabrous: flowers small in globose heads polygamous: fruits short-stalked thin pods, flat, coriaceous, the structures straight: seeds 6-10 per pod.

Chemical Constituents
Acacia bark: contains saponin, which on hydrolysis yields lupeol, aspinasterol and acacic acid lactone. The sugars identified are glucose, arabinose and rhamnose. It also contains hexacosanol and a -spinasterone. Acacia pods: yield saponins which have been reported to contain acacinin-C, -D and -E and a homologous series of oligosaccharides. The oligosaccharides have been identified as sucrose, raffinose, stachyose and verbascose.

Cosmetic Uses
The soap berry have been particularly valuable for shampooing, and the soap plant, the soapbark, and the soapwort for washing delicate fabrics. Soap plants contain no alkali and are considered mild and beneficial for cleansing purposes, with the exception of the soapberry, which is thought to harm some textile materials. The lather-producing substance is saponin, often poisonous if taken internally.

It is very good for external use it has a good astringent and cleansing action. Promotes hair growth, has a specific anti-dundruff action and it is used to treat skin diseases. Its use is specific for the treatment of devitalized, thin hair with dundruff.

Soapnut Powder
Ground fruit from the Soap Nut Tree. Contains a high level of saponins. Antibacterial mild foaming agent, cleanser, exfoliant. Soapnut Powder is used to cleanse hair, skin and laundry. Helpful in removing stains from hands. May soothe the following: eczema, psoriasis, itchy skin, sensitive skin

This small shrub like tree is found on the plains of India. It has been used for centuries as a gentle cleanser for hair. It has a naturally low pH, is mildly astringent and excellent for reducing dandruff and other scalp problems as well as creating shiny, soft and clean hair. This anti-oxidant extract has a cooling effect on the scalp. Shikakai is referred to as "fruit for the hair". Its naturally mild pH gently cleans the hair without stripping it of natural oils. Use shikakai as a natural hair wash to control dandruff or for sensitive scalp. Shikakai is said to promote hair growth and strengthen hair roots.
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