Majhiphal, scientifically Quercus infectoria, the Aleppo oak, is a species of oak, bearing galls that have been traditionally used for centuries in Asia medicinally. Majuphal is formed on the leaves of the Oak tree and is known as oak galls. There are generally two types of Majhiphals: White gall Majhiphal and Green gall Majhiphal.
- Tooth strength.
- Vaginal dilation.
- Bleeding block.
- Immune system enhancement.
- It heals wound healing.
- Treats irritable bowel syndrome.
- It cures Urinary tract infections.