From K..C. Sahni –book of Indian Trees—
Distribution-common in moist forests of Madhya
Pradesh less in U.P , foothills of Himachal , North
Gujarat, Maharashtra, and South India.
The bark exudes pinkish drops of resin when cut. The
tree yields a yellowish green oleoresin with an
agreeable scent when burnt.
cheers - Chandrima
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From K..C. Sahni -book of Indian Trees--