Other Names: Kamarkas Gind, Palas Ka Gond, Chunia Gond, Palash Gond, Dhak Gond
Part Used: Gum. It is found in small, brittle glistening pieces, reddish-black in color. They are odorless with a very astringent taste and stick to the teeth when chewed and make the saliva bright red.
Meaning behind the name: Kamarkas
It means boosting of back muscles, which are delicate and more elastic. Females usually feel back tiredness and backache during menstruation, pregnancy and after delivery, here it acts as a tonic to pelvic and back muscles. Generally, the female body is more delicate as compared to the male body in many aspects (Muscles, Bones and skin). It is used by almost all females in India to recover from weakness, supple and delicate muscles and loose skin, and to reshape the body after delivery.