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Bulk Agro (India) Pvt. Ltd. is the world-wide Exporter of Premium quality Reetha products like Reetha Powder (Soapnut Powder) and many more. It is widely known as the best and is particularly common within the Indian Ayuverdic treatment method in proper hair care. Our Reetha Powder helps to get rid of dandruff, provides hair much more shape and even functions against bacterial contamination of head lice along with other unwanted organisms.

A stylish mid-sized momentary sapling, Reetha (Sapindus mukorossi), stands up as high as twenty meters high, having a grayish sleek crust and pinnate foliage. This sapling includes foliage in 5-10 sets, together with huge small fruits. The body of the sapling is usually straight and cylindrical, heading 13-16 feet high and has an umbrella resembling hemisphere weighing approx 16 ft in dimension. This is actually an ever-growing sapling and in seventy years of presence, it may reach a top of around 82 ft plus a width as much as 9-16 ft. The dimension of the leaf tapers to the tip of the rachis.




The blossoms on Reetha plant develop throughout the summer months and are generally compact in dimensions and are in greenish white-colored. The berry arises throughout July and August and maturates by the months of November and December. This particular maturate fresh berry is later offered for sale in the market in the form of soap nut or even gathered to get seeds, because they have a tendency sprout effortlessly. The dried out berry features a soapy feel and is also used to make high quality detergents, shampoos and conditioners as well as an alternative to cleansing hands. Furthermore, the plant is smooth and green when it’s new.

Widely used Names: Soap Nut, Soap Berry, Soapberry, Washnut, Wash Nut, Dodan, Doadni, Ritha, Aritha, Doda, Kanma, Thali and Soapnut.

The Indian jewelers take advantage of this plant for restoring the missing luminosity of ornaments crafted from valuable metals such as silver, gold etc. This plant is furthermore included in treating migraine headache, chlorosis and epilepsy. It is a vital plant now in use for treating infected soil or land. The craze of cleansing hair using soapnut (reetha) is yet adopted in several localized homes.