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|48 Months||₹779.00||1 kg||21 × 21 cm|
|18 Months||₹389.00||1 kg||15 × 16 cm|
Acacia, also known as Acacia Arabica, gum arabic tree, Babul can be found in tropical and subtropical Africa and Asia. Acacia is a tree of 5–20 m high. Babul tree is a drought tolerant tree but will tolerate only light frost. The crown is low and can be flattened or a rounded umbrella-shape. It is also know for its medicinal uses.
Can be established readily from seed.
Extremely drought tolerant.
Leaves and pods have high CP content.
- Acacia arabica is reported to possess many beneficial properties.
- It is reported for In vitro antibacterial activity, antimicrobial and immuno modulatory activities.
- Flavonoids, triterpenoids, alkaloids and phenolics are known to be bioactive anti diabetic principles present in Acacia arabica.
- Acacia Arabica is used in traditional Indian medicine to treat diabetes mellitus.
- The hypoglycemic effect of aqueous extract and hydroalcoholic extract of Acacia arabica was investigated and proved scientifically.
- Oral administration of aqueous extract of Acacia arabica bark to diabetic and normal rats resulted in significant reduction of blood glucose, cholesterol and triglycerides.
- The aqueous extract of Acacia arabica was found to reduce blood glucose level to its normal level with in seven days.
- Histological studies of the β-cells show its action on pancreas.
- Phenolics present in Acacia arabica are found to be effective as anti hyperglycemic agents.
- The gum of Acacia arabica is described in the British pharmacopoeia as a source of useful medicaments.
- Acacia arabica is a good antibacterial agent.
- In a clinical trial report implies the presence of substances in Acacia gum which, compared with ordinary gum, primarily inhibit the early deposition of plaque.