pistacia mutica fisch. and mey

Primary Characteristics

Primary Characteristics

Pistacia mutica Fisch. and Mey. is aslo known as Pistacia acuminata Boiss. var. heterophylla Bornm., Pistacia acuminata Boiss. var. oblonga Bornm., Pistacia acuminata Boiss. var. populifolia Boiss., Pistacia atlantica var. cabulica F. and M. Zohary, Pistacia cabulica Stocks., Pistacia khinjuk Stocks, Pistacia terebinthus var. mutica Aitch, belongs to Anacardiaceae, family.
The Arabic Names for this herb are Aftantiyus, Batm Saqrah, Habul Batam.
The English Names for this herb are Mastich, Terebinth.
The Urdu Name for this herb is Habul Khazra.

Pharmacological Actions

Gum:

  • Absorbent
  • Anti-flatulent
  • Aphrodisiac
  • Appetitive
  • Astringent
  • Carminative
  • Demulcent
  • Diuretic
  • Liver Tonic
  • Resolvent
  • Restorative
  • Stimulant
  • Stomach Tonic
  • Styptic
  • Urinary System Tonic


  • Indications

    The Indications of Gum of Pistacia mutica Fisch. and Mey. are Cough, Toothache, Infantile Diarrhoea, Haemoptysis, Gum Bleeding.

    No Contra Indication information is available for Pistacia mutica Fisch. and Mey..

    Temperaments

    The Temperaments of Gum of Pistacia mutica Fisch. and Mey. are 2nd order, warm and dry, 3rd order, warm and dry.

    Available Brands

    No Brand information is available for Pistacia mutica Fisch. and Mey..

    Compound Preparations

    Pistacia mutica Fisch. and Mey. is used in the preparation of Ayarij Fiqra, Dawaul Misk, Hab Hiltit, Hab Lubul Khashkhash, Hab Marwaridi, Hab Mumsik Ambari, Hab Saqmuniya, Hab Shabyar, Hab-e-Amber Momyaie, Jawahar Mohra, Jawarish Amla Lului Masihul Mulk Wali, Jawarish Anarain, Jawarish Kamuni Kabir, Jawarish Mastagi, Jawarish Mastagi Sada, Lubub Kabir, Lubub Saghir, Ma'jun Nisyan, Qurs Humma Jadid, Qurs Tabashir qabiz, Safuf Kalan, Safuf khas, Safuf Muallif, Sunun Muqawwi Dandan compounds.

    Dosage

    PartDoseInstruction
    Gum3.000g - 5.000g

    Herb's Description

    Pistacia mutica Fisch. and Mey.. Deciduous tree or shrub, growing slowly to moderately fast, up to 20 to 30 feet tall and wide (6-9 m); opposite odd-pinnately compound leaves with 5 to 11 glossy oval leaflets; petioles not winged; strong smell of resin. The fruits are bright red, becoming brown in winter. The terebinth has reddish flowers in large panicles, in late spring.

    Taste Odor & Occurrence

    Occurence: It occurs in East to Afghanistan, Mediterranean Basin, Middle East.

    Substitutes

    No information regarding Pistacia mutica Fisch. and Mey.'s substitute is currently available.

    Active Constituents

    Pistacia mutica Fisch. and Mey.'s Active constituents:

    Antidotes

    No information regarding Pistacia mutica Fisch. and Mey.'s antidot is currently available.

    Warning & Precautions

    Described as harmful in case of use by individuals suffering from anal ailments, may produce bloody urine and dermatitis.

    Toxicity

    Currently no Toxicity information is available for Pistacia mutica Fisch. and Mey.. (work in progress)