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Acacia gomifera (Bab

Acacia Arabica is synonym of Acacia nilotica or Mimosa nilotica. Very essential medicinal plant in India. Generally, Acacia Arabica leaf, bark, fruit is used for the medical purpose.

Perennial tree with a black color thick stem. Acacia is having 3-12 cm. pines.
Generally, leafy and leafless branches are golden-green in color. Pods are slightly curved 5 to 10 cm. long. It is grown in Africa, Algeria, Egypt, South Africa & the Indian subcontinent.

Generally grown in warm & dry places.

Description - Acacia Arabica is a tree, woody plant. Wood is generally used as a fuel. The plant part is used in diabetes, skin disease, leukorrhea, anti-dysenteric, anti-bacterial. The bark is anti-astringent, demulcent, anti-proteolytic, anti-inflammatory.

The leaf shows the anti-viral activity Tumitmosac virus.

Other information- Our Acacia Arabica extract is free from paraben, ethylene oxide, or any added chemical or gama treatment. Our extract is free from residual solvent, pesticide, fungicide. Our product complies with organic specifications.


Family Liguminasae Odour Characteristic odour
Latin Name Acacia Arabica Herb Extract Ratio5:1
Sanskrit Name Kinkirata Water solubility Water Solubility – 8
Common Name Acacia gomifera (Bab Alkaloid Tannin 40%
Solvent Used Pure Water Taste Bitter
Storage Condition Store in a Dry and cool place in double PP bag with container.Appearance Brown powder

Total heavy metal NMT 10 ppm

Heavy Metal- Total heavy metal NMT 10 ppm
  • Arsenic – NMT 1 ppm
  • Lead- NMT 0.3 ppm
  • Cadmium – NMT 0.2 ppm
  • Mercury – NMT 0.1 ppm
  • Microbial Profile –
  • Total Plate Count NMT 1000 CFU/G
  • Yeast & Moulds NMT 100 CFU/G
  • E-Coli Absent
  • Salmonella Absent
  • Staphylococcus aureus Absent/G
  • Pseudomonas Absent/G
  • Chemical


    Bark: The bark is prosperous in phenolics, condensed tannin and phlorotannin, gallic acid, protocatechuic acid pyrocatechol, (+)- catechin, (-) epigallocatechin-7-gallate, and (-) epigallocatechin-5,7- digallate, (-) epicatechin, (+) dicatechin, quercetin, (+) leucocyanidin gallate, sucrose and (+) catechin-5-gallate. 7, 9, 11, 18, 19, 22, 34, 35, 36 It contain 12- 20% of tannin. 7, 11, 22, 33 Bark contain a large quantity of tannin .

    Gum: Gum contains galactose, L-rhamnose, L-arabinose and four aldobiouronic acids, viz.6-o-(β-glucopyranosyluronicacid)-Dgalactose;6-o-(4-o-methyl-β-D-gluco pyranosyluronicacid)-Dgalactose; 4-o-(α-D-glucopyranosyluronic acid)-D-galactose; and 4- o-(4-o-methyl-α-D- glucopyranosyluronic acid)-D- galactose. 11, 18, 19, 22 Fruit: It contains a high percentage of phenolic constituents consisting of m-digallic acid, gallic acid, its methyl and ethyl esters, protocatechuic and ellagic acids, leucocyanidin, m-digallic dimer 3,4,5,7-tetrahydroxy flavan-3-ol, oligomer 3,4,7-trihydroxy flavan 3,4-diol and 3,4,5,7-tetrahydroxy flavan-3-ol and (-) epicatechol.

    Fruit also contains mucilage and saponins.36 It contains 32% tannin.29 Flowers and pods: It contains stearic acid, kaempferol-3- glucoside, isoquercetin, leucocyanidin. 11, 18 Pods contain tannin 22.44%, expressed in terms of oxalic acid; Wood contain chlorides.32 Whole pods contain 12-19% of tannin and 18-27% after removal of seeds. 11, 22, 33. Seeds contain amino acids, fatty acids, ascorbic acid, and tannin as a major constituent, 18, 19 sugar, moisture 14%, ash 3-4%; pods have got 22-44% tannin.15 Leaves: It contains apigenin, 6-8-bis-D-glucoside, rutin, and 32% tannin.29.

    Special Information


  • Maslin B.R., Miller J.T., Seigle, D.S.: Overview of the generic status of Acacia (Leguminosae: Mimosoideae). Australian Systematic Botany 2003; 16(1): 1-18.
  • Gamble J.S.: Flora of the Presidency of Madras. Vol. I, (Part2- 3). 1918.
  • Maity C.R., Mandal B.: Nutritional evaluation of Acacia arabica seed. Acta Alimentaria 1989; 18: 193-201.
  • Gaitonde R.V.: Antimicrobial activity of metallic salts of Arabic acid. Indian Drugs Pharmaceu Ind 1979; 14: 39-41.
  • Singh R. And Singh R.: Screening of some plant extract for antiviral properties. Technology (Sindri) 1972; 9: 415-416