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Maada, Maju Phal, Mazu Phal, Mazu Sabz, Oak Galls, Quercus infectoria Olivier

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Maada, Maju Phal, Mazu Phal, Mazu Sabz, Oak Galls, Quercus infectoria Olivier
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Quercus infectoria Olivier. A small tree or shrub 2-5 m high. Leaves 4-6 cm long, very rigid, often glabrescent with spinous teeth, acorns cylindrical. The galls are spherical or pear-shaped and measure 6-50 mm in diameter. The surface of the mature dry gall may be smooth and shining, sometimes seems as vanished, and chestnut brown, but usually it is rough and of a greyish-brown colour
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Primary Characteristics Quercus infectoria Olivier is aslo known as Quercus lusitania Lamk. var. infectoria Oliv., belongs to Fagaceae, family. The Arabic Names for this herb are Afas, Afinay. The English Name for this herb is Oak Galls. The Urdu Names for this herb are Maada, Maju Phal, Mazu Phal, Mazu Sabz. Pharmacological Actions Galls: Anti-haemorrhagic Anti-septic Astringent Desiccative Styptic Indications The Indications of Galls of Quercus infectoria Olivier are Gleet, Bleeding Gums, Ear Pus, Leucorrhoea, Epistaxis, Pharyngitis, Wounds, Eczema, Gonorrhoea, Chronic Diarrhoea, Stomatitis, Profuse Menstruation, Enuresis Nocturnal, Spleen Swelling, Intertrigo, Uterine Prolapsus, Uvula Elongation, Vaginal Discharges, Chronic Gastric Catarrh, Albuminuria, Renal Haemorrhage, Impetigo. No Contra Indication information is available for Quercus infectoria Olivier.
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