Natural Gums

Gum Arabic / Gond Kikar

Code: P-186

English Name: Gum Arabic / Gond Kikar

Botanical Name: Acacia Senegal

Local Name: Gond Kikar

Chinese Name: 阿拉伯树胶

Product Description

Exceptionally hard to find ingredient – hard harvested Gum Arabic crystals. Easy to use, and without a carrier has pure fine taste.

Gum Karaya / Masura Karaya

Code: P-188

English Name: Gum Karaya / Masura Karaya

Botanical Name: Sterculia Urens

Local Name: Masura Karaya

Chinese Name: 梧桐树胶

Product Description

Gum Karaya has been used for many centuries in traditional African and Asian cooking. Nowadays, karaya gum is an additive used
in the food and pharamceutical industries, and it is known to be a clean label additive with an excellent digestive tolerance, as it is
a soluble fiber.

Myrrh Gum / Murmaki

Code: P-219

English Name: Myrrh Gum / Murmaki

Botanical Name: Commiphora Myrrha

Local Name: Murmaki

Chinese Name: 没药胶

Product Description

Best known as one of the gifts brought to the infant Jesus, myrrh resin has a sweet, woodsy fragrance that’s been used as incense
for millennia. These dried resin pieces can be smoked in a brazier or censor, or in your wood-burning fireplace, for a wonderful sweet aroma.

Frankincense / Lubaan

Code: P-169

English Name: Frankincense / Lubaan

Botanical Name: Boswellia Sacra

Local Name: Lubaan

Chinese Name: 鲁班

Product Description

Essential oils have been used for thousands of years for their therapeutic and healing properties as part of the practice of aromatherapy. They’re sourced from leaves, stems or roots of plants that are known for their health properties. So then, what is frankincense essential oil?

Frankincense, sometimes referred to as olibanum, is a common type of essential oil used in aromatherapy that can offer a variety of health benefits, including helping relieve chronic stress and anxiety, reducing pain and inflammation, and boosting immunity. And what about frankincense oil for cancer? Yes, it’s even potentially helping to fight cancer.

Mastic Gum / Mustagi

Code: P-212

English Name: Mastic Gum / Mustagi

Botanical Name: Pistacia Lentiscus

Local Name: Mustagi

Chinese Name: 穆斯塔吉

Product Description

Mastic gum (also called Mastagi Roomi) is plant resin (sap) from the trunk of Pistacia Lentiscus. In Ayurveda and Unani medicine, it is widely used for its ulcer healing, antispasmodic and aphrodisiac action. It reduces menstrual pains and muscular pains. It is useful for the treatment of heartburn, gastritis, ulcers and indigestion.

Gum Copal / Brazili Baslan

Code: P-187

English Name: Gum Copal / Brazili Balsan

Botanical Name: Copal Resin

Local Name: Gond Kikar

Product Description

Copal is a young (few million years younger), Amber that has not finished fosilizing. Due to common impurities and differences in
regions, gum copal ranges in colors from blacks to yellows to whites – the lighter the colour the higher the quality. Our Copal is high

Copal is listed as having the following Properties:

• Antiseptic: – preventing the growth of disease-causing microorganisms
• Anti-bacterial: – active against bacteria
• Anti-fungal: – active against fungi, prevents fungal growth
• Anti-rheumatic: – reduces or prevents joint damage associated with inflammatory disorders of the joints

Guggal Gum

Code: P-183

English Name: Guggal Gum

Botanical Name: Commiphora Wightii

Local Name: Guggal

Product Description

Guggul is made from the sap (gum resin) of the Commiphora mukul tree, which is native to India. This tree has been used in Ayurvedic medicine for centuries, and Ayurvedic texts dating back to 600 BC recommend it for treating atherosclerosis. Today guggul gum resin is used for arthritis, lowering high cholesterol, “hardening of the arteries” (atherosclerosis), acne and other skin diseases, and weight loss.

Mochras Gum / Silk Cotton Tree Gum

Code: P-183

English Name: Silk Cotton Tree Gum / Mochras Gum

Botanical Name: Salmalia Malabaricum

Local Name: Mochras Gum

Product Description

Machras gum is chtained from the Romhay coiha tree which grows in India South Fast Asia and some narts of South Africa like Mochras gum is obtained from the Bombax ceiba tree which grows in India. South East Asia and some parts of South Africa. Like other trees of the same family or genus it is also well known as The Cotton Tree. but it is also sometimes known as The Red Silk Cotton Tree or simply Red Cotton Tree; sometimes as Silk Cotton Tree or Kapok tree both of which may also refer to Ceiba pentandra.