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  Guar Gum Powder
    "Rangoli" guar gum is galactomannan that is removed from the seed of the leguminous shrub cyamopsis tetragonoloba. The plant is indigenous to this semi - arid area of western india, which produces 70 % of guar in the world. it is colloidal in nature,has ability to rapidly hydrate in cold water, and attain uniform viscosity at relatively low concentrations, makes it useful as a thickening & binding agent.
  • The guar plant essentially makes guar gum. It is an annual plant that produces legumes that are highly nutritious for animals and humans. It also replenishes nitrogen in the soil. But, it is the endosperm (seeds) of the guar plant that is the most valuable today. Guar gum powder is the result of milling the endosperm of the guar plant.
    The guar plant must grow in order to get the endosperm, though. It grows the best in sandy soils in the semiarid regions of the world, ideally in Northwest India and parts of Pakistan. In fact, Jodhpur City, located in the state of Rajasthan in India, contributes 40% of the world's guar gum supply.
    One of the only downfalls to the guar plant being grown in India and Pakistan is that too much rainfall tends to negatively affect the guar plant. It makes the plant too leafy and it subsequently cannot produce as many legumes. So, the final output of the guar plant is totally dependent on the monsoon season and how serious it is from year to year.
    Early uses of the guar plant included cattle feed. Since the plant is rich in protein it was perfect for cattlemen to give to their animals. In more modern times, guar gum was used as an industrial application in the paper and textile industries after the severe locust bean gum shortage after World War II. Once guar gum was found to be the best replacement for locust bean gum, it replaced it almost permanently.
  • A growing season of guar is 14 to 16 weeks and requires reasonably warm weather and moderate flashing rainfall with plenty of sunshine. Too much rain can cause the plant to become more 'leafy' resulting thereby reducing the number of pods or the number of seeds per pod which affects the size and yield of seeds. The crop is generally sown after the monsoon rainfall in the second half of July to early August and is harvested in late October early November.  The Guar is a naturally rain fed crop. Depending on the monsoon rainfall the total size of Guar crop varies from year to year. After harvesting, when the pods become dry through sunlight, they are beaten off and during this process, the seeds come out of the pods.
  • Contagion of the natural gums available at present occurs mostly due to poor handling. There are various tools and system available through which natural gums can be extract completely hygienic from the tree.
  • Guar Gum mainly consists of hydrocolloidal polysaccharide with a high molecular weight, which consists of galactopyranose- and mannopyranose- units in glycoside linkage which can be chemically described as galactomannan.
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