Acacia confusa belongs to the Leguminosae (Pea family). Acacia confusa is a perennial tree native to South-East Asia. Some common names for it are Acacia Petit Feuille, Small Philippine Acacia, Formosa Acacia (Taiwan Acacia) and Formosan Koa. Acacia confusa grows to a height of 15 meters. The tree is now very common in many tropical Pacific areas, including Hawaii, where the species is invasive. Acacia confusa wood has a density of about 0.75 g/cm³. In Taiwan, they use this wood to make support beams for mines. They also convert it to charcoal for family use. In Taiwan, people use acacia confusa in traditional medicine.
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2 years when properly stored.
Recently, this plant has shown great potential for air pollution prevention because of its remarkable carbon dioxide sequestration ability and foliar dust retention. The bark and wood of A. confusa, like many other Acacia species, are rich in tannins which are used to dye and stain clothes and tan leather.
1.High cholesterol. Taking acacia by mouth does not seem to lower cholesterol levels.
2.Dental plaque. Early research suggests that chewing acacia gum for 10 minutes five times daily for 7 days reduces dental plaque more than sugar-free chewing gum.
3.Weight loss. There is early evidence that shows taking 30 grams of powdered acacia daily might help weight loss.
1.Applied in healthcare product field;
2.Applied in cosmetic field.
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