Karaya gum is harvested from a soft wooded tree native to India and Pakistan. The versatile powder is used in numerous food and pharmaceutical preparations. In traditional herbalism, itís employed as a soothing bulk laxative.
Karaya gum is an economical substitute for Tragacanth gum (a non-fragrant ingredient for binding incense blends). COMMON NAMES: Indian Tragacanth, Kadaya, Kadira, Katila, Kullo, Mucara.
TAKE THIS PRODUCT WITH AT LEAST 8 OZ OF LIQUID. TAKING WITHOUT ENOUGH LIQUID MAY CAUSE CHOKING. DON'T USE IF YOU HAVE DIFFICULTY SWALLOWING OR HAVE ANY THROAT PROBLEMS.
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