Acacia Catech

Kapinice katechová


Origin: Vegetal
Catech acacia is a deciduous tree of the family sensitive (extra -noseae). Acacia Katech comes from East India, mainly from the area around the Gulf of Bengal and the island of Sri Lanka. It also grows in China, Indonesia and Western Africa.
Catech acacia wood contains a large number of tannins, catech-taninic acid, catechin, rubber and quercetin. Catech-taninic acid occurs as a dark reddish-brown powder that oxidizes in the air and is known as the dye of the catechist. Hot water is used to dissolve it.
The catech is used as an ingredient in food, and a general dye eg for dyeing fishing nets and sails, silk and cotton. It is extracted by cooking wood in water and evaporating the colored liquid. The catech mixture has a high content of natural plant tannins and can be used to process animal leather.
Acacia Katech was a highly valued herb with a highly healing value, especially in Ayurveda, India. The traditional healing of Akacia was used mainly in chronic flatulence and anorexia, diarrhea, dysentery, urinary tract inflammations and genital organs. Also, this herb had the ability to stop bleeding, used in the case of severe menstruation, blood in the urine and stool or cough and tooth pain. The natives of the catech are mixed with the betel pepper and chew it to have healthy gums.
Acacia has antiseptic, downloading, anti -inflammatory, antioxidant, anti -cancer and strengthening properties. It can also be used in the case of cardiovascular diseases, high pressure, obesity, protecting the stomach, liver and gallbladder, and externally helps with healing of wounds and ulcers. The catechist can perfectly clean the blood and rejuvenate the skin. In addition to the healing effects, acacia is used as part of Ayurvedic toothpastes, oral water and gargle and also in males occupying many skin problems (dermatitis, psoriasis, eczema).
Modern medicine kapinica does not use catechova for the purpose of therapeutic. Acacia Katech is supplied in the form of capsules, tablets and is part of syrups. The side effects or contraindications have not yet been described, and therefore the use of acacia should be consulted with an expert.