Miswak tree, Salvadora Persica - Plant
Description for Miswak tree, Salvadora Persica
Miswak tree is a small tree or even a shrub that can grow on dunes, or which live along river banks.
|Common name||Flower colours||Bloom time||Height||Difficulty|
|Miswak, Siwak, Salvadora Persica, Peelu, Arak, El-Arak,Miswak tree, Arak, Khara Jal, Miswak, Meswak, Mustard Tree, Pilu, Saltbush, Siwak, Toothbrush Tree||-||-||20-30 ft||Easy|
Planting and care
|Full sun||Loamy soil||Normal||20 to 40 degrees C||Use any organic fertilizer|
Caring for Miswak tree
- Mulch with an organic material, such as dry grass clippings, straw, aged manure, or a mixture of these.
Typical uses of Miswak tree
Special features: Its valuable to the local people because it contains many active compounds which promote good health.
Medicinal use: Used for tooth paste
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