Aleppo Oak/Mazu Sabz (مازو سبز) also known as Quercus Infectoria is a plant or shrub native to Eastern and Asian countries, and the galls that have been infested by certain oak gall wasps are containing certain phytochemical contents for many health benefits.
Ingredient Name :
Quercus infectoria Oliv.
Arabic Name : Afas, Qashaf, Bahash
Bengali Name : Majoophal, Majuphal
Chinese Name : Mo shih tzu
English Name : Oak Galls, Dyer’s Oak
French Name : le ch’ne orche
German Name : Gallapfeleiche, Galleiche
Gujarati Name : Muajoophal, Mayaphal
Hindi Name : Majuphal, Muphal
Kannada Name : Machikaai, Mapalakam
Latin name : Quercus infectoria Oliv.
Marathi Name : Maayaphal
Persian Name : Mazu
Punjabi Name : Maju
Sanskrit Name : Majuphal, Mayaphal
Urdu Name : Mazu, Mazuphal
3 to 5 g powder of dried galls.
Internal use of the galls may reduce or inhibit the absorption of alkaloids and other alkaline drugs.
The extract of this shrub is very rich in Tannins which constrict the vaginal wall and tissues. In medicine, this effect is known as “astringent properties.” Interestingly, it has an ability to kill or inhibit the growth of harmful bacteria, and fungi.
It’s antimicrobial, anti-inflammatory, anti-diabetes and acts as a local anesthetic due to other phytochemical content isolated from the shrub (gallic acids, ellagic acid, piperonylic acid ester, antioxidants, calcium, fiber, vitamin A and C, iron, carbohydrates, and protein). This is the most potent botanical source for women who want to tighten their private area.
Aleppo oak has following healing properties,
- Strong Astringent
- Topical Astringent
- Wound healing – Topical application
- Fat Burner
- Chronic Diarrhea with mucus
- Irritable bowel syndrome – when one passes loose stools with mucus content
- Bleeding piles
- Rectal prolapse
- Frequent urination
- Urinary incontinence
- Urinary tract infections (pus in urine)
- Uterine prolapse
- Excessive uterine bleeding
Don’t use aleppo oak during pregnancy, it may lead to miscarriage. Avoid taking it during menses.
Useful in Following diseases:
- Diabetes Mellitus
- General Debility
- Halitosis (Bad Breath)
- Persistent Infection due to Low Immunity
- Premature Graying of Hair
- Sore Throat
This information is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.