What is Catechu?
Catechu is an herb. The leaves, shoots, and copse are acclimated to accomplish medicine. The two types of catechu, atramentous catechu and anemic catechu, accommodate hardly altered chemicals, but they are acclimated for the aforementioned purposes and at the aforementioned dose.
Catechu is acclimated for diarrhea, abscess of the adenoids and throat, dysentery, abscess of the colon (colitis), bleeding, indigestion, osteoarthritis, and cancer.
People administer catechu anon to the derma for derma diseases, hemorrhoids, and alarming injuries; to stop bleeding; and for bathrobe wounds.
Catechu is included in mouthwashes and gargles acclimated for gum ache (gingivitis), affliction and abscess central the aperture (stomatitis), abscessed throat, and aperture ulcers.
In foods and beverages, catechu is acclimated as a additive agent.