SIMAK DANA/TAMTAM RHUS CORIARIA
Simankh Dana, normally called Sicilian sumac, tanner’s sumach, or elm-leaved sumach, is a deciduous shrub to small tree in the Anacardiaceous or cashew own family, local to southern Europe. The dried fruits are used as a spice, specifically in mixture with other spices inside the mixture referred to as za’atar.
Simankh Dana typically called sumac, has been used as a spice, condiment, appetizer, and as a souring agent for centuries. A huge range of nutritionally and medicinally good sized phytochemical additives have been diagnosed from numerous parts of sumac including tannins, flavonoids, anthocyanins, organic acids, flavones, proteins, fiber, unstable oils, nitrates, and nitrites. The plant also possesses minerals that are beneficial in the remedy of different issues and make a contribution to numerous biological procedures.