| Pistacia integerrima|
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Pistacia integerrima is a species of pistachio tree native to Asia, commonly called zebrawood. It is often classified as Pistacia chinensis ssp. integerrima. It is used for a variety of purposes in India, including timber, dye, and fodder. It is used widely as an herbal remedy for many ailments, including cough, asthma, fever, vomiting, and diarrhea.
Long, horn-shaped leaf galls that often develop on this tree are harvested and used to make kakadshringi, an herbal medicine for diarrhea in northern India.
Names in other languages
Its common names in Hindi include kakar singhi, kakra, and kakring.
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