Indian Kadukkai herbs indian natural medicine plant

Kadukkai herbel medicine Indian kadukkai herbel medicine:
                                                               A large deciduous tree, common in the plains and   lower hills throught India. It belongs to the family “Combretaceae”. The fruit of this plant is      exported from India, for tanning, as a mordant and also for medicinal use.
 

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