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gum

Tamil

eeru

Laatste Update: 2014-09-20
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guar gum

Tamil

Guar gum

Laatste Update: 2014-11-17
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Engels

Murungakai gum

Tamil

முருங்ககை கம்

Laatste Update: 2020-07-11
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Engels

gum dhawada

Tamil

கம் தவாடா

Laatste Update: 2019-12-23
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gum tragacanth

Tamil

கம் டிராகாகசான்

Laatste Update: 2018-11-02
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edible gum

Tamil

சமையல் பசை

Laatste Update: 2016-10-18
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Engels

xantham gum

Tamil

ஆங்கிலத்தில் ஸாந்தன் கம்

Laatste Update: 2015-12-07
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chewing gum

Tamil

cholvalam

Laatste Update: 2017-09-19
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gum of tree gondh

Tamil

மரம் gondh என்ற பசை

Laatste Update: 2014-07-16
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Engels

xanthan gum in tamil

Tamil

xanthan gum in tamil

Laatste Update: 2020-05-25
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Engels

xanthan gum in english

Tamil

ஆங்கிலத்தில் xanthan கம்

Laatste Update: 2018-12-18
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The Banyan tree is one of the most magical trees – not only in the way its aerial roots create an astounding structure, but also in the properties that each and every part of the tree holds. It is one of the few elements in nature which is useful in every single aspect. This is the reason that the Banyan tree is the National tree of India. One of the largest trees named the Great Banyan can be found Kolkata in India. It is said to be over two hundred and fifty years old. Another such tree can be found in Bangalore and has a spread of over 2 acres. Here’s an interesting fact about this tree: Originally from India, this tree received its name from the Banias or Indian traders who sat below the tree shades. Village meetings and other useful gatherings would also take place in its shade, thereby giving it its name. In Indian culture, the Banyan tree is considered to be sacred and leaves of the tree is considered to be the resting place of god Krishna. In fact, it is also believed that Buddha achieved enlightenment while sitting under a Banyan tree. There are various uses of the Banyan tree. From medicinal to recreational – there’s no part of life in which this tree doesn’t aid humanity. Medical uses of banyan leaves Let’s have a look at some of the multiple uses the Banyan tree has… The Banyan tree is still used as a source of shade in many villages. Each and every part of this tree has its own unique medical uses. The bark and seeds can be used as a tonic to maintain body temperature and treat diabetes. The roots can be used to strengthen your teeth and gums by brushing with them. The sap treats external skin bruising and inflammation. Skin disease treatment is also possible with some properties of Banyan tree. Shellac has a large number of roles in making adhesive and surface finishes. Using the bark of the tree, paper can be created. Fiber can also be made from the bark of the tree in order to create ropes. Women from the Indo-Nepal region crush the prop root to paste and apply it to their hair. This keeps hair healthy and shiny The wood is soft and often used as firewood. Even the leaves are useful and are used as natural biodegradable plates to serve food on. - See more at: http://blog.janoindia.com/the-many-uses-of-the-banyan-tree/#sthash.FjeZxejJ.dpuf

Tamil

The Banyan tree is one of the most magical trees – not only in the way its aerial roots create an astounding structure, but also in the properties that each and every part of the tree holds. It is one of the few elements in nature which is useful in every single aspect. This is the reason that the Banyan tree is the National tree of India. One of the largest trees named the Great Banyan can be found Kolkata in India. It is said to be over two hundred and fifty years old. Another such tree can be found in Bangalore and has a spread of over 2 acres. Here’s an interesting fact about this tree: Originally from India, this tree received its name from the Banias or Indian traders who sat below the tree shades. Village meetings and other useful gatherings would also take place in its shade, thereby giving it its name. In Indian culture, the Banyan tree is considered to be sacred and leaves of the tree is considered to be the resting place of god Krishna. In fact, it is also believed that Buddha achieved enlightenment while sitting under a Banyan tree. There are various uses of the Banyan tree. From medicinal to recreational – there’s no part of life in which this tree doesn’t aid humanity. Medical uses of banyan leaves Let’s have a look at some of the multiple uses the Banyan tree has… The Banyan tree is still used as a source of shade in many villages. Each and every part of this tree has its own unique medical uses. The bark and seeds can be used as a tonic to maintain body temperature and treat diabetes. The roots can be used to strengthen your teeth and gums by brushing with them. The sap treats external skin bruising and inflammation. Skin disease treatment is also possible with some properties of Banyan tree. Shellac has a large number of roles in making adhesive and surface finishes. Using the bark of the tree, paper can be created. Fiber can also be made from the bark of the tree in order to create ropes. Women from the Indo-Nepal region crush the prop root to paste and apply it to their hair. This keeps hair healthy and shiny The wood is soft and often used as firewood. Even the leaves are useful and are used as natural biodegradable plates to serve food on. - See more at: http://blog.janoindia.com/the-many-uses-of-the-banyan-

Laatste Update: 2015-12-25
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Engels

1. Forests provide valuable timber for dome tic and commercial use. Industries like paper, matt making, plywood, sports goods, lakh and furniture at directly based on raw materials derived from forest 2. Forests supply a number of minor produce which are utilised in different industries and domes* tic uses. These include lakh, gum and resins, tannin material, medicines, herbs, honey, spices, etc. 3. Forests offer employment to about 4 mil­lion people to earn their livelihood in forest based occupations, i.e., lumbering, sawing, furniture mak­ing, forest produce collecting, etc. 4. Auction of forests for commercial use fetches annual income to state exchequer. 5. Export of forest products earns valuable foreign exchange to the country. 6. Grazing of cattle in the forests helps in dairy farming and cattle rising. 7. Forests are the natural habitat for wild life and birds which attract tourists, holiday makers and hunters. These may be developed as very good picnic or tourist centers in the form of wild life sanctuaries and national parks which have good employment and income generating potential.

Tamil

காட்டில் மாசு தமிழ் கட்டுரைகள்

Laatste Update: 2015-09-12
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Engels

Typical asafoetida contains about 40–64% resin, 25% endogeneous gum, 10–17% volatile oil, and 1.5–10% ash. The resin portion is known to contain asaresinotannols 'A' and 'B', ferulic acid, umbelliferone and four unidentified compounds

Tamil

பொதுவான பெருங்காயம் சுமார் 40-64%, 25% அகத்திற்பிறந்த கோந்து, 10-17% எளிதில் ஆவியாகும் எண்ணெய் மற்றும் 1.5-10% சாம்பல் ஆகியவற்றை கொண்டுள்ளது. பிசின் பகுதியை asaresinotannols 'ஏ' மற்றும் 'பி', Ferulic அமிலம், அம்பெல்லிஃபெரோன் மற்றும் நான்கு அடையாளம் தெரியாத கலவைகள் அறியப்படுகிறது

Laatste Update: 2014-07-16
Gebruiksfrequentie: 1
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