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  1. Common name(s)

    Zachunbaum (Ger.); dattier sauvage (Fr.); betu (India); lalo (India); Desert Date; dattier du desert (Fr.); heglik (Fr.); zachun (India); hingotia (India); Soapberry Tree; mirobalano de Egipto (Sp.)
  2. How used

    Medicinal
  3. Data Views Exclude Ubiquitous Chemicals

    Activities: 225
    All Chemicals: 48
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    # Activity Chemical Low PPM High PPM StdDev *Reference
    0 25-ALPHA-SPIROSTA-3,5-DIENE Plant -- -- *
    0 25-ALPHA-SPIROSTA-3,5-DIENE Seed -- -- *
    7 ALPHA-CAROTENE Seed -- -- *
    12 ARACHIDONIC-ACID Seed -- -- *
    112 ASCORBIC-ACID Fruit -- 390.0 -0.26 *
    0 ASH Shoot -- 66000.0 -0.85 *
    0 ASH Seed -- 33000.0 -0.45 *
    0 ASH Leaf -- 127000.0 0.14 *
    0 ASH Fruit 52000.0 81000.0 0.63 *
    0 BALANITESIN Seed -- -- *
    26 BERGAPTEN Bark -- -- *
    47 BETA-SITOSTEROL Bark -- -- *
    0 BETA-SITOSTEROL-GLUCOSIDE Bark -- -- *
    28 CALCIUM Shoot -- 4800.0 -0.73 *
    28 CALCIUM Fruit 1300.0 3800.0 -0.01 *
    0 CARBOHYDRATES Shoot -- 644000.0 0.3 *
    0 CARBOHYDRATES Leaf -- 715000.0 0.82 *
    0 CARBOHYDRATES Fruit 791000.0 886000.0 0.55 *
    7 DIOSGENIN Fruit -- -- *
    0 FAT Shoot -- 15000.0 -0.6 *
    *Unless otherwise noted all references are to Duke, James A. 1992. Handbook of phytochemical constituents of GRAS herbs and other economic plants. Boca Raton, FL. CRC Press.