Acacia Arabica

Vachellia nilotica (generally referred to as gum arabic tree, babul, thorn mimosa, Egyptian acacia or thorny acacia) is a tree inside the circle of relatives Fabaceae. It is local to Africa, the Middle East and the Indian subcontinent. It is extensively disbursed throughout arid and semi-arid zones of the arena. Acacia arabica has been proved as effective medicine in remedy of malaria; sore throat (aerial element) and toothache (bark) 3-8 have examined the anti-fertility hobby of A. Arabica pods and nuts. The methanolic extracts of A. Arabica pods were claimed against HIV-PR.


An common 15-year-old plantation yields about 12.5 lots of bark. About 22,000 heaps of babool barks are produced annually valued at Rs fifty five million. The bark of babul tree contains tannin and gallic acid and consequently, tree is planted for its bark. It has splendid medicinal cost with antioxidant hobby. The bark of Acacia has been traditionally used to produce gum Arabic. Although this is particularly used as a thickener and stabilizer within the food enterprise, it's also a fast dye on cotton. It is extracted from the dry powdered bark in alkaline solution and produces quite a number sunglasses from brown to grey, relying on the metallic mordant used.


We appoint the Arabica bark powder to supply lovely light to darkish brown and gray sunglasses on cotton, wool, silk and all natural textile substrates by means of standardized dyeing method the use of specific aggregate of herbal mordants on fibers, material and clothes with high-quality fastness properties.