Black Locust

Botanical Name: Robinia pseudoacacia

Botanical Name:
Robinia pseudoacacia

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Botanical name:

Robinia pseudoacacia

Family:

Fabaceae

Appearance:

Common tree with spiny lizards, tall up to 30 m, with large, glossy, rare crown. Leaves are composed impartially. Flowers are placed in the form of clusters hanging down, 10-20 cm long, with 20-40 white flowers. It grows and grows especially in the plain area.

Origins:

Southeastern United States

Active constituents:

  • Robinina, acacia, essential oil
  • Toxalbumine, silgland gligozide and pyrocatechinic tannins

Healing properties:

The aqueous extracts from the flowers, having a weak alkaline reaction, tampon excess stomach acidity. The use of bark, empirically used in gastric hyperacidity, in gastric and duodenal ulcers and as a purgative, does not yet have sufficient scientific substantiation.

Flowers are recommended as a neutralizer of gastric acid indicated in some teas for calming the cough.



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