The seeds of Cassia obtusifolia are processed to obtain cassia tora splits. The word obtus is derived from Latin which means blunt and folium in Latin and leaf in English. It is an annual plant that grows suitably after the Indian monsoon season. This plant contains 20cm of pod which contains cylindrical seeds which are generally broken into two pieces and this broken seeds are called cassia splits.
Cassia splits are referred to in different names such as cassia torea splits, cassia senna splits, etc.
The seeds are differentiated based on their size with the help of processing and grading machines from which they will be sent for splitting process. The underdeveloped cassia tora seeds will be removed and even cassia occidentalis seeds are removed not more than 0.05% and then sent for dehusking and de-germing process with the help of thermal mechanical treatment. The next step would be milling and testing endosperm which will be separated from the germ. Whereas dehusking is done generally by means of several processes like polishing, sieving, heating, grinding, etc.
Cassia Tora Split is made from its seeds and is widely used for various functions like foodstuffs, personal care compositions, coatings, health care products, hair care products, household and industrial products and much more. As such, these are well processed under the great vision of quality experts and are delivered by offering best packaging solution by using finest materials. These attributes has made us one of the recognized Manufacturers, Exporters and Suppliers of Cassia Tora Gum Split from India.
The splits are composed of mannose and galactose units. They appear pale yellow in color and they contain naturally water soluble property. They act as thickening agent. In addition, they can form into excellent gel when combined with carrageenan or xanthan and employed as food additives. Apart from that they are also used as important ingredient in the making of different types of animal food such as cattle feed, dog, cow and cat foods.