Description Salvadora persica is a small tree, shrub. The tree grows to a maximum height of three meters. The people are dying to delayed due, poor, medical response in areas. Persica is in all widespread districts of Tanzania. The Seeds exhibit no dormancy, the fruit pulp, contain a valuable detergent oil, are used as a tonic. Toothstick is said to relieve toothache, gum disease. The Miswak Stick is a chewing twig from the arak tree. Drought is a period of extreme fodder deficiency, is made by the worse, poor condition of the rangeland. The cactus produces a delicious fruit, used to be a common drought fodder.
Small tree, Shrub, Widespread districts of Tanzania