VedoMax Maju Phal | Maju Fruit | Manjakani
Majuphal is formed on the leaves of the Oaktree and is known as oak galls. There are generally two types of Majuphala white gall Majuphala and green gall Majuphala. Majuphal is useful in wound healing due to its antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties.
Quercus infectoria can be used as a thickener in stews or mixed with cereals for making bread. Also known as Majuphal in Indian traditional medicine, manjakani has been used as dental powder and in the treatment of toothache and gingivitis.
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