MEDICINAL USAGE - Gum Arabic's main effect is to form a protective, soothing coating over inflammations in the respiratory, alimentary, and urinary tracts. It is helpful for coughs, sore throat, and catarrh, eyewash, diarrhea, and dysentery. Sweetened, it is sometimes used for typhoid fever.
DIETARY - Acacia is the gum that is exuded from the acacia tree. It’s a dietary fiber that can dissolve in water. As a medicine, acacia is taken by mouth to reduce cholesterol levels and to help increase weight loss. In manufacturing, acacia is used as a pharmaceutical ingredient in medications for throat or stomach inflammation and as a film-forming agent in peel-off skin masks. Acacia is a source of dietary fiber, It tends to make people feel full, and so they might stop…show more content… This tree, as a source of free, organic nitrogen, is an example of that.
Acacia trees are very useful in the environment as they are ecofriendly, though they have spines that can hurt and it is one of the main reason why it plantations should not be near to places where human inhabit. It is been gathered that most places in the Arabian Gulf do not really know the significance of Acacia despite the fact that it is one of the most prevalent tree in the region, though some experiment have been carried out with it in Saudi Arabia and Sudan, also in arid Tunisia, that A. raddiana trees improved the nutrient distribution in soils both horizontally and