Terminalia hainanensis Exell
Terminalia obliqua W.G.Craib
Terminalia triptera Stapf
Terminalia tripteroides W.G.Craib
Terminalia nigrovenulosa is a tree that can grow 10 - 30 metres tall. The straight, cylindrical bole can be 50cm in diameter[
The tree is harvested from the wild for local use of its tannins, which are mainly used medicinally, and for its wood.
Southeast Asia - ?Myanmar, Thailand, Cambodia, Laos, Vietnam, Malaysia.
]. Forests, mixed forests, woods, sparse woods, thickets, mountains, seashores, dry sandy seashores; at elevations from sea level to 500 metres[
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The stem bark contains tannins and is astringent. It is used in the treatment of dysentery and diarrhoea, sore throat, laryngitis and haemorrhoids[
The fruit contains tannins and is astringent. It is prepared by removing the seeds then gently roasting it. The fruit is used in the treatment of dysentery and diarrhoea, sore throat, laryngitis and haemorrhoids[
The fruit contains 20 - 40% tannins consisting of ellagic, gallic and luteolic acids, plus 36.7% fatty oils[
The fruit contains 20 - 40% tannins[
The bark is a source of tannins[
The wood is good for a variety of construction purposes[
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