Karaya Gum

Karaya Gum
Karaya Gum

karaya gum is a sap-like fabric taken from a tree that grows in india. humans use it to make medicine.

karaya gum is used as a bulk-forming laxative to relieve constipation. it's also used to increase sexual choice (as an aphrodisiac).

in production, karaya gum is used as a thickener in medicines, cosmetics, and denture adhesives; and as a binder and stabilizer in ingredients and beverages.

different names is karaya gum known with the aid of:
bassora tragacanth, goma karaya, gomme karaya, gomme kuteera, gomme sterculia, gomme de sterculia, indian tragacanth, kadaya, kadira, katila, kullo, mucara, sterculia, sterculia gum, sterculia tragacantha, sterculia urens, sterculia villosa.


likely effective for:
use as a bulk-forming laxative to deal with constipation.


inadequate evidence to price effectiveness for:
stimulating sexual preference (aphrodisiac).
other conditions.

more evidence is wanted to fee the effectiveness of karaya gum for these uses.