Pistacia integerrima is a deciduous tree with a low, dense crown. It grows up to 25 meters tall. The plant is harvested from the wild mainly for local medicinal use and various commodities. Leaves are long or horn-shaped.
Leaf galls that often develop on this tree are harvested and used to make kakadshringi, an herbal medicine for diarrhea in northern India. The terminal leaflet is much smaller than the lateral ones or even reduced to a mucro. The inflorescence is red in color. The fruits are globular, apiculate, 5 to 6 mm in diameter, purplish or blue at maturity and with a bony endocarp. The name of Pistacia derives from the Persian name.This tree is also used as a rootstock in the cultivation of commercial pistachios.
*above specification are indicative only. actual dimensions may vary by +-10%