This indigenous tree of India grows to an average height of 8 meters. Its tremendous resistance and fast growth enable it to thrive in all types of soil and withstand heat and drought. All the tree’s parts are used for medicinal purposes. Karanja oil, a source of fatty acids, is extracted from its white or mauve flowers.
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The karanja tree is used extensively in reforestation programs because it grows quickly and does not compete with food crops.