Common Name: Red cutch tree
Botanical name: Acacia chundra
Acacia chundra, commonly known as the Red cutch is a deciduous and perennial tree found to be native and widespread in parts of Asia, India and the Indian Ocean. It is a tree that grows from 12 to 15 metres in height and contributes it’s barks, roots and leaves for Ayurvedic medicine preparation and other medicinal uses. It is known for its properties for curing diseases.