Chem Trail Resistence

This site is here to discuss the practices of unethical spraying of Chem Trails by world governements. Also to discover ways to peacefully resist these government forces that utilize Chem Trails as a common practice.
HomeCalendarFAQSearchMemberlistUsergroupsRegisterLog in


 Historical Properties and Uses of Tannic acid

Go down 

Posts : 62
Join date : 2010-11-02

Historical Properties and Uses of Tannic acid Empty
PostSubject: Historical Properties and Uses of Tannic acid   Historical Properties and Uses of Tannic acid I_icon_minitimeSun Jan 16, 2011 11:20 pm

Because tannins are naturally astringent, almost all plants containing them are used as astringents. Tannic acids help eliminate diarrhea, reduce swelling of hemorrhoids, loosen catarrh in the respiratory system, and control various kinds of internal bleeding. Externally, tannins are beneficial in rubs for aching muscles and joints, in salves for open, slow-healing sores, and as antiseptics. Plants high in tannic acid have been used to treat cancers, but tannic acid itself has been found to be carcinogenic under certain conditions.
In very small amounts, tannic acid is approved for food use and is added to many commercial foods. Since the astringecy of tannic acid involves the precipitation of protein, the addition of protein to a tannin-rich tea would "bind" the tannin, rendering it biologically inert.

Back to top Go down
View user profile
Historical Properties and Uses of Tannic acid
Back to top 
Page 1 of 1
 Similar topics
» Process on disposing the unserviceable properties of the LGU
» Historical sports photography
» Eris vs Pluto
» Revised Guidelines on Index-Based Pricing for Procurement of Petroleum, Oil, and Lubricant Products
» SPICES - Direct imaging and characterisation

Permissions in this forum:You cannot reply to topics in this forum
Chem Trail Resistence :: Your first category :: Your first forum-
Jump to: