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Acacia Karroo Herb Uses, Benefits, Cures, Side Effects, Nutrients

General Name
Acacia Karroo
Glycemic Index / Load
Sweet Thorn
Botanical Name
Acacia Karroo, Acacia Eburnea
Hindi Name
Deo Dabool, Mormati, Pahari Kikar, Marmat

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Acacia Karroo Cures


Action of Acacia Karroo

Nutrients in Acacia Karroo


Taste of
Acacia Karroo

Parts Used

Leaf, Bark, Gum
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Sweet Thorn is a Tree.
It is deciduous.
It grows up to 12 M.
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Materia Medica for Acacia Karroo

Acacia Karroo General

Acacia Karroo is also familiar as Sweet Thorn, Cape Gum. It is majorly found in the Southern region of Africa however, it is also found in Northern Africa, India, Australia. Acacia Karroo's stem, leaves and extracted gum is utilized for serving various medicinal purposes.
Acacia Karroo is a good herbal treatment for Brain Haemorrhage.
It is an effective remedy for treating Eye ailment like Conjunctivitis, also familiar as Pink Eye. It helps in curing this infection which attacks the outer membrane of the Eye, causing Pink Eye.
It is fruitful in curing Cold, Wheezing (Cough), Wooziness (Dizziness).
Acacia Karroo is a good herbal remedy for Oral ailments like Oral Thrush, causing proliferating white patches in the Mouth. Its gum extract is used in the preparation of Mouthwash which is effective in curbing Oral Thrush.
It is beneficial in curing the Muscle ailments like Muscle inflammation, sudden contraction, and relaxation of the Muscles, commonly termed as Convulsions.
It is also put into practice as a Poultice over Wounds. It pacifies Wounds as well as inflammations in other parts of the Body.
The compounds extracted from its stem are an effectual treatment for Diarrhoea and Loose Motions.
It is also advantageous in combating the pain at the time of Urination or in the Urinary Bladder due to the Bacterial Attack.
Acacia Karroo is an effective Antidote for countering the poison due to Tulip, in cattles.
It is used for making ropes, charcoal, edible gum used in cuisines, indoor decorative items, household items, fuelwood.

Caution: Consult a doctor before consumption.
Keywords : Brain Haemorrhage, Eye Problems, Cold, Cough, Dizziness, Oral Problems, Muscle Problems, Inflammation, Diarrhoea, Loose Motion, Urinary Problems, Antidote.
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