Name : Majuphal Powder, Gall oak
Latin : Quercus infectoria
Origins : India
Other Names : Oliv., Afas, Qashaf, Bahash, Majoophal, Majuphal, Mo shih tzu, Oak Galls, Dyer’s Oak, le chêne éorche, Gallapfeleiche, Galleiche, Muajoophal, Mayaphal, Majuphal, Muphal, Machikaai, Mapalakam, Masikai, Maayaphal, Mazu, Maju,Majuphal, Mayaphal, Mazu, Mazuphal, Manjakani
Description: Oak galls are rich in tannins and are known for their ability to combat various viruses, while at the same time strengthening the tissues. They are also used as a gargle and mouthwash to treat sore throat. The blood-clotting agents active in Oak Bark are also helpful to cease nosebleeds.
Interesting story : Majuphal Leaves are attacked by certain type of the insect, by which they produce round ball shaped fruit around the insects. Once the fruit is 5-6 months old, the inescts leave the fruit,leaving small holes in the fruit..
Externally useful for blackening the hair.
Recommended Dosage: 3 to 5 g powder of dried galls.
Contraindication: Internal use of the galls may reduce or inhibit the absorption of alkaloids and other alkaline drugs.
Batch : 111200HVI1012