Majuphal-Quercus infectoria,Manjakani,Oak null,Magic nut-Masikai Manjakani (also called Majuphal) botanically named as Quercus infectoria is a species of oak, bearing galls that have been traditionally used for centuries in Asia . Highlights : *The wide range of pharmacological activities of this plant might support the efficacy of extract preparation of Quercus infectoria that are widely used in Malaysia for treating many kinds of health problems since many decades ago. *The nutgalls have been pharmacologically documented on their antiamoebic, anticariogenic and anti-inflammatory activities, to treat skin infections and gastrointestinal disorders. *The galls from Q.infectoria contain the highest naturally occurring level of tannin, approx. 50–70%, ß-sitosterol, amentoflavone, hexamethyl ether, isocryptomerin, methyl betulate, methyl oleanate and hexagalloyl glucose. Available Form: Nut. Disclaimer: This information is only for the purpose of education and is not meant to replace professional advice of an expert.