(root, leaf, fruit) Medicines: generally healing Agri-horticulture: fence-posts, poles, sticks (heart-wood) Products: farming, forestry, hunting and fishing apparatus
An erect straggling shrub 2–3 m tall, with thorny branches, occurring along watercourses, of Afghanistan, central and NE India, and said to have been introduced into W Africa.The plant in India yields a red heart-wood suitable for tent-pegs and whose char
References:1. Howes, 1946. 2. Marriott 35, K. 3. Sastri, 1962: 382, as M. himalayana Gamble.