Bastard Teak is known locally in India as dhak or palas The gum of Bastard Teak (Bengal kino) is used as an astringent, the seed-oil (muduga oil) as a vermifuge, the flowers give a red dye (tisso flowers), the leaves are used as plates, the bark for cordage and sails and the timber for charcoal
Reede tot Drakestein, Hendrik van
1 print : line engraving, with watercolour ; platemark 33.4 x 41.4 cm
Pláso Lat. ... Mal. Palasù ... Bra. ... Arab.