Majuphal for skin diseases | Majuphal in ayurvedic

Majuphal is a type of outgrowth called Gall that forms near the young leaves of an oak tree. It is formed as a result of the deposition of eggs of gall wasp. The female wasp makes a hole in the stem of the oak tree and lays the eggs inside the shoot and this causes a vegetative outgrowth to form around the larva which develops from the eggs and further forms galls.