White Babool is an evergreen tree native to the tropical and subtropical regions of India. It is best known for its white flowers that can bloom at any time of the year. The tree can grow up to 15-20 meters in height and has a spreading crown that can spread nearly as wide. The bark of the tree is grayish-brown in color, and the leaves are simple, alternate and oblong to lanceolate in shape. The flowers are fragrant, white, and bloom in clusters. The fruit is a two-valved capsule containing two to four seeds. White Babool is used in traditional Indian medicine and is an important part of the Ayurvedic system. It is known to have anti-microbial, anti-inflammatory, and anti-diarrheal properties, and is used to treat fever, indigestion, and skin diseases.