Organix Rosa Guggul (Commiphora wightii) Rear Medicinal Live Plant
Guggulu is obtained from Indian Bdellium or Gum Guggul tree. It is an oleo gum 'resin' exuded by the plant during summer months. To obtain resin, circular incisions should be made on the main stem. Through these incisions, aromatic fluid exudes that quickly solidifies to form a golden brown or reddish brown agglomerate. The dried resin will have a bitter taste and a balsamic odor. This is being termed as "guggulu" and is used for medicinal purpose. Guggul is a shrub (small tree) which can reach a height of 12 feet with thin paper bark. Basically, it is grown for its medicinal properties. The Guggul Tree branches are thorny and individual flowers are red to pink with 4 small petals.
Climate Requirement for Guggul: The Guggul plant thrives well in warm dry climatic conditions and suitable dry regions. These plants are sensitive to frost conditions.
Soil Requirement for Guggul: These trees survive on wide range of soils, sandy or sandy loam soils are best for cultivation.
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