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Goa powder

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Goa powder

a bitter powder (also called araroba) found in the interspaces of the wood of a Brazilian tree (andira araroba) and used as a medicine. It is the material from which chrysarobin is obtained.

Origin: So called from goa, on the malabar coast, whither it was shipped from Portugal.