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The meaning of Cascara

Cascara – definition

noun

A purgative made from the dried bark of an american buckthorn.

Usage examples:

Herbal laxatives such as buckthorn, cascara sagrada, and senna can cause potassium loss.
noun

The tree from which cascara is obtained, native to western north america.

Usage examples:

A third, cascara, furnishes more than 5 million pounds of dried bark that's processed for laxatives.

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काजल, कैस्कारा, सेग्राडा, वृक्ष की छाल से निर्मित रेचक ओषधि

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Cáscara sagrada

Word origin

late 19th century: from Spanish cáscara (sagrada), literally ‘(sacred) bark’.

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