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Official name: Grewia bicolor Juss.
Family: Tiliaceae

Reference HA 00
Author: Adam, J.G., N. Echard & M. Lescot
Title: Plantes médicinales Hausa de l'Ader (République du Niger). Journal d'Agriculture Tropicale et de Botanique Appliquée, (J.A.T.B.A.), 19, 259 - 399, (1972)
Symptoms: H(100), H(111), H(201)
Recipes: H(100), Cassia sieberiana , Grewia bicolor , roots, decoction (H2O), V.O.
H(111), roots, powder, RNS.
H(201), roots, powder + millet flour, prepared 1x / year, agains sorcerers for humans and animals
Region: West Africa
Country: Niger
Vernacular name: derza

Reference HA 06
Author: Adjanohoun, E., M.R.A. Ahyi, L. Ake Assi , L. Dan Dicko, H. Daouda, M. Delmas, S. de Souza, M. Garba, S. Guinko, A. Kayonga, D. N'Glo, J.-L. Reynal, M. Saadou
Title: Contribution aux études ethnobotaniques et floristiques au Niger. Agence de coopération culturelle et technique, (A.C.C.T.), Paris, 250 p., (1980) From the data bank PHARMEL 2 (ref. HP 10)
Symptoms: H(173)
Recipes: H(173), stems without leaves of Grewia bicolor, to carbonize, local application
Region: West Africa
Country: Niger
Vernacular name: dargaza (Hausa), saari (Zarma), kélli (Peuhl), luwafoer (Tamacheck), tchim tchimy (Beriberi)

Reference HA 29 d
Author: M. Ichikawa
Title: The Suiei Ndorobo, the hunter-gatherers in the Mathew's Range of northern Kenya in : AFLORA on the Web (http://130.54.103.36/aflora.nsf) The database of traditional plant utilization in AfricaCenter for African Area Studies, Kyoto University
Symptoms: H(095)
Recipes: H(095), fruit eaten raw.
All the fruits of genus Grewia are called "lpoasani" in general. Considered as the lowland type of (Grewia bicolor JUSS.)
Region: East Africa
Country: northern Kenya
Vernacular name: siteti, siteti-letomia (Dorobo) (Suiei)

Reference HA 56
Author: Ambé, G.A
Title: Les fruits sauvages comestibles des savanes guinéennes de Côte-d’Ivoire : état de la connaissance par une population locale, les Malinké. Biotechnol. Agron. Soc. Environ. 2001 5 (1), 43–58
Symptoms: H(095)
Recipes: H(095) fleshy fruits of Grewia bicolor eaten raw
Region: West Africa
Country: Ivory Coast
Vernacular name: nôgô-nôgô-dé (Dioula)

Reference HB 35
Author: Bussmann R. W., G. G. Gilbreath, J. Solio, M. Lutura, R. Lutuluo, K. Kunguru, N. Wood and S. Mathenge
Title: Plant use of the Masasai of Sekenani Valley, Maasai Mara, Kenya. Additional file Journal of Ethnobiology and Ethnomedicine 2:22 (2006)
Symptoms: H(095), H(103x)
Recipes: H(095) eat ripe (red) fruit
H(103x) toothbrush
Region: East Africa
Country: Kenya (Sekenani Valley)
Vernacular name: esiteti (Maa)

Reference HB 53
Author: Belayneh, A. Asfaw, S. Demissew, N. F. Bussa
Title: Medicinal plants potential and use by pastoral and agro-pastoral communities in Erer Valley of Babile Wereda, Eastern Ethiopia Journal of Ethnobiology and Ethnomedicine, 8:42 ( 2012) http://www.ethnobiomed.com/content/8/1/42
Symptoms: H(006), H(068), H(104)
Recipes: H(104) stomach disease / H(068) worms, leaves of Grewia bicolor concoction, VO.
H(104) intestinal infection, H(006) laxative, concoction of barks, VO.
Region: East Africa
Country: Eastern Ethiopia) (Erer Valley of Babile Wereda)
Vernacular name: haroresa, suta neqebu (Oromo), aroresa (Somali)

Reference HC 13f
Author: Chabra, S.C., R.L.A. Mahunnah & E.N. Mshiu
Title: Plants used in traditional medicine in Eastern Tanzania.VI. Angiosperms (Sapotaceae to Zingiberaceae). Journal of Ethnopharmacology, Volume 39, pp. 83 - 103, (1993)
Symptoms: H(028), H(033), H(037), H(145), H(157), H(169), H(201)
Recipes: H(028), H(033) femal,H(037) cough, H(145), H(157), H(169), H(201), roots decoction, VO.
Region: East Africa
Country: Tanzania (East)
Vernacular name: mkele (Zaramo), mkole (Zigua)

Reference HC 22
Author: Chinsembu, K. C., M. Hedimbi
Title: An ethnobotanical survey of plants used to manage HIV/AIDS opportunistic infections in Katima Mulilo, Caprivi region, Namibia Journal of Ethnobiology ans Ethnomedicine, 6:25 (2010)
Symptoms: H(008), H(100)
Recipes: H(100) HIV/AIDS opportunistic infections : H(008) chronic diarrhoea, leaves of Grewia bicolor, RNS., VO.
Region: West Africa
Country: Namibia (Caprivi region
Vernacular name: muzunzunyani (Lozi)

Reference HH 5k
Author: Heine, B. & I. Heine
Title: Plant concepts and plant use .An ethnobotanical survey of the semi-arid and arid lands of East Africa.Part 3: Rendille plants (Kenya).122 p., Band 8, (1988) Kolner Beiträge zur Entwicklungsländerforschung / Cologne Development StudiesVerlag breitenbach Publishers, Saarbrücken, Fort Lauderdale
Symptoms: H(027)
Recipes: H(027) miscarriage, boil bark, drink decoction
Region: East Africa
Country: Kenya
Vernacular name: not registered

Reference HI 06
Author: Inngjerdingen, K., C. S. Nergard, D. Diallo, P. P. Mounkoro, B. S. Paulsen
Title: An ethnopharmacological survey of plants used for wound healing in Dogonland, Mali, West Africa. Journal of Ethnopharmacology , Volume 92, pp. 233 - 244 (2004) http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0378874104000832
Symptoms: H(004)
Recipes: H(004) (barmu), roots juice of Grewia bicolor, local application or decoction of roots in local application
Region: West Africa
Country: Mali (Dogonland)
Vernacular name: yooro

Reference HK 01
Author: Kerharo, J. & J. G. Adam
Title: La pharmacopée sénégalaise traditionnelle. Plantes médicinales et toxiques. Editions Vigot Frères, Paris, 1011 p., (1974)
Symptoms: H(006), H(091), H(099), H(100), H(104), H(210)
Recipes: H(006) + H(104), H(104), roots, leaves of Pergularia daemia, roots of Pavonia hirsuta, roots, barks stem, branch, trunk of Grewia bicolor, maceration (H2O), VO.
H(006) + H(104), H(104), roots and leaves of Pergularia daemia, roots of Pavonia hirsuta, roots, barks stem, branch, trunk of Grewia bicolor, maceration (H2O), VO. , to cook le meal in the maceration
H(091), whole plant of Ceratotheca sesamoides, aerian part of Momordica balsamina, barks stem, branch, trunk of Grewia bicolor, leaves and fruit of Cassia italica, stems with leaves of Cassia podocarpa, to dry, diluted powder, VO.
H(100) syph., H(104), ONS., RNS. of Grewia., VO.
H(210) hypnotic, H(099) tranquillizing, barks stem, branch, trunk of Grewia, decoction (H2O), VO.
Region: West Africa
Country: Senegal
Vernacular name: not registered

Reference HK 12
Author: Kerharo, J. & J.G. Adam
Title: Plantes médicinales et toxiques des Peuls et des Toucouleurs du Sénégal. Journal d'Agriculture Tropicale et de Botanique Appliquée, (J.A.T.B.A.), 11, 384 - 444 , 543 - 599, (1964)
Symptoms: H(001), H(008), H(013), H(078), H(100), H(104), H(170)
Recipes: H(001) trachoma,H(013) uterus cyst, H(078) fibroma, H(100) very severe syphilis , H(170) common dropsi (all those symptoms = "diangara cayor" ), ONS of Grewia bicolor, RNS.
H(008) + H(104) enteralgic, ONS. of Grewia bicolor, Grewia carpinifolia, RNS.
Region: West Africa
Country: Senegal
Vernacular name: kelli, kellibaléyé (Peul)

Reference HK 13
Author: Kokwaro, J.O.
Title: Medicinal plants of East Africa. East african literature bureau, Kampala, Nairobi, Dar Es Salaam, 368 p., (1976)
Symptoms: H(020), H(034), H(108)
Recipes: H(020) snake, roots, maceration, RNS.
H(034), roots, maceration, RNS.
H(108), roots, maceration, RNS.
Region: East Africa
Country: Kenya, Tanzania
Vernacular name: mkomagere (Sukuma, Tanzania), mkone (Swahili, Kenya), olsitete (Masai, Kenya, Tanzania), powo (Luo, Kenya)

Reference HK 22
Author: Kerharo, J. & A. Bouquet
Title: Plantes médicinales et toxiques de la Côte-d'Ivoire - Haute-Volta.Mission d'étude de la pharmacopée indigène en A.O.F. Editions Vigot Frères, Paris, 300 p., (1950)
Symptoms: H(031)
Recipes: H(031), leaves decoction, VO. + bath + friction with the juice from pounded roots (region of Dabakala)
Region: West Africa
Country: Ivory Coast, Burkina Faso
Vernacular name: nongona (Dioula), wogari (Guimini, nogo nogo (Bambara), tonlaga (Mossi)

Reference HK 39a
Author: Kisangau, D. P., H. VM Lyaruu, K.M. Hosea, C.C. Joseph
Title: Use of traditional medicines in the management of HIV/AIDS opportunistic infections in Tanzania: a case in the Buhkoba rural district. Journal of Ethnobiology and Ethnomedicine Volume 3 : 29 (2007)
Symptoms: H(008)
Recipes: H(008) chronic diarrhoea, leaves, barks, roots, RNS. (opportunistic infection from HIV/AIDS)
Region: East Africa
Country: Tanzania (Buhkoba rural district)
Vernacular name: omukoma (Haya)

Reference HM 24
Author: Moshi, Mainen J., Godeliver A.B. Kagashe & Zakaria H. Mbwambo
Title: Plants used to treat epilepsy by Tanzanian traditional healers. Journal of Ethnopharmacology, Volume 97, pp.327-336 ( 2005)
Symptoms: H(099)
Recipes: H(099) epilepsy, leaves boiled with water, VO. half a tea cup taken three times a day, until recovery
Region: East Africa
Country: Tanzania (East) (Temeke District)
Vernacular name: mkole mweupe (Zaramo)

Reference HM 2k
Author: Mbuya, L.P. , H.P. Msanga, C.K. Ruffo, A. Birnie & B. Tengnäs
Title: The useful trees and shrubs for Tanzania.Identification, propagation and management for agricultural and pastoral communities.Regional soil Conservation Unit .Swedish International Development Authority. Technical handbook n° 6, 540 p., (1994)The Manager national tree seed project.Morogoro, Tanzania, P.O. Box 4012
Symptoms: H(037), H(100), H(104), H(108)
Recipes: H(100) syph.ylis, H(104),bark RNS.
H(037), H(108), roots RNS.
Region: East Africa
Country: Tanzania
Vernacular name: not registered

Reference HM 45
Author: Maroyi, A.
Title: An ethnobotanical survey of medicinal plants used by the people in Nhema communal area, Zimbabwe Journal of Ethnopharmacology 136, 347–354, (2011) http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0378874111003229
Symptoms: H(008), H(100)
Recipes: H(008, 4) diarrhoea, roots of Grewia bicolor, hot water extract VO. three times a day
H(100, 2) gonorrhoea, roots crushed, mixed with hot water, extract VO.
Region: East Africa
Country: Zimbabwe (Nhema communal area)
Vernacular name: mutewa (Shona)

Reference HM 56
Author: Megersa, M., Z.Asfaw , E. Kelbessa, A. Beyene and B. Woldeab
Title: An ethnobotanical study of medicinal plants in Wayu Tuka District, East Welega Zone of Oromia Regional State, West Ethiopia Journal of Ethnobiology and Ethnomedicine 9:68 ( 2013) doi:10.1186/1746-4269-9-68 http://www.ethnobiomed.com/content/9/1/68
Symptoms: V(030)
Recipes: Vb(030) delayed placenta, bark of Grewia bicolor grinded and mixed in water and salt added finally given for the cattle which placenta is delayed during delivery
Region: East Africa
Country: West Ethiopia (Wayu Tuka District)
Vernacular name: harooressa (Afaan Oromo)

Reference HM 58
Author: Mabogo, D.E.N.
Title: The ethnobotany of the Vhavenda. MSc Thesis, University of Pretoria. (1990) appendix from the Thesis
Symptoms: H(008), H(037), H(095)
Recipes: H(008) diarrhoea,H(037) chest complaints, roots of Grewia bicolor, RNS.
H(095) fruit, VO.
Region: South Africa
Country: South Africa (Venda country)
Vernacular name: murabva (Venda)

Reference HM 61
Author: Maroyi, A.
Title: Traditional use of medicinal plants in south-central Zimbabwe: review and perspectives Journal of Ethnobiology and Ethnomedicine 9:31 (2013) http://www.ethnobiomed.com/content/9/1/31
Symptoms: H(008), H(100)
Recipes: H(008) diarrhoea, H(100) gonorrhoea, roots of Grewia bicolor extract , VO.
Region: East Africa
Country: South-central Zimbabwe
Vernacular name: mutewa

Reference HN 06
Author: Nacoulma, O. & J. Millogo - Rasolodimby
Title: Les produits de la ruche et leurs utilisations au Burkina Faso. Rev. Méd. Pharm. Afr., Vol. 9, n° 2, 63 - 70, (1995)
Symptoms: H(098)
Recipes: H(098) disturbed sleep, leaves infusion + 1 honey spoon
Region: West Africa
Country: Burkina Faso (central table-land plateau)
Vernacular name: not registered

Reference HO 11
Author: Otieno, J. N., K. M. M. Hosea, H. V. Lyaruu & R. L. A. Mahunnah.
Title: Multi-Plant or Single-Plant extracts, whichs is the most effective for local healing in Tanzania? African Journal of Traditional, Complementary and Alternative Medicines Volume 5 (2): 165 - 172, (2008)
Symptoms: H(037)
Recipes: H(037) pneumonia, principaly roots extracts of Ozoroa mucronata, Grewia bicolor, RNS.
Region: East Africa
Country: Tanzania (people in Lake Victoria basin)
Vernacular name: not communicated by the authors

Reference HP 11
Author: Potel, Anne-Marie
Title: Les plantes médicinales au Sénégal. Study report of Anne-Marie Potel, accomplished at Nguekokh (Senegal), 2002. Registered in the chapter "Grey Littérature "of the PRELUDE data bank http://pagesperso-orange.fr/senegal.bourbonnais/Anne%20marie.htm
Symptoms: H(007), H(068), H(099), H(104), H(178)
Recipes: H(007) diuretic, H(099) tranquillizing, H(104) enteritis, H(068) vorms , bark of Grewia bicolor, decoction
H(178) heart disorder, fruit, decoction
Region: West Africa
Country: Senegal (Nguekokh region)
Vernacular name: baobab des lapins (local French)

Reference HR 17
Author: Ruffo, C. K.
Title: A Survey of medicinal plants in Tabora region, Tanzania in :Traditional Medicinal Plants. Dar Es Salaam University Press - Ministry of Health - Tanzania, 391 p. (1991)
Symptoms: H(033), H(091)
Recipes: H(033) fertility, H(091) anaemia, roots of Grewia bicolor, RNS.
Region: East Africa
Country: Tanzania (Tabora region)
Vernacular name: mukoma (Nyamwezi)

Reference HS 27
Author: Sangare, D.
Title: Etude de la prise en charge du paludisme par les thérapeutes traditionnels dans les aires de santé de Kendie (Bandiagara) et de Finkolo AC (Sikasso) Thesis presented and defended in public, December 20, 2003, at the Faculty of Medicine of Pharmacy and Odontostomatology at the University of Bamako (Republic of Mali), 115p. http://www.keneya.net/fmpos/theses/2004/pharma/pdf/04P27.pdf
Symptoms: H(051)
Recipes: H(051) simple paludism, decoction of leaves of Dalbergia melanoxylon, Mitragyna inermis and Grewia bicolor, bath + VO. , morning and evening for 3 to 4 days (healer in the village of Dongossory).
Region: West Africa
Country: Mali Republic (region of Kendie and Finkolo)
Vernacular name: ôdô- ôdô (Dogon)

Reference HS 34
Author: Semenya, S.S. , A.Maroyi
Title: Medicinal plants used by the Bapedi traditional healers to treat diarrhoea in the Limpopo Province, South Africa Journal of Ethnopharmacology 144, 395–401 (2012) http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0378874112006356
Symptoms: H(008)
Recipes: H(008) diarrhoea, a handful of roots of Grewia bicolor cooked in water for 5–30 min.The infusion (250ml) is administered thrice a day until diarrhoea subsides
Region: South Africa
Country: South Africa (Limpopo province)
Vernacular name: not communicated by the authors

Reference HT 05
Author: Thoen, D. & A. Thiam
Title: Utilisations des plantes ligneuses et sub-ligneuses par les populations de la région sahélienne du lac de Guiers (Sénégal). Bull. Méd. Trad. et Pharm.,Vol. 4, n° 2, 169 - 178, (1990)
Symptoms: H(091)
Recipes: H(091), barks, RNS, VO.
Region: West Africa
Country: Senegal
Vernacular name: kel (Wolof), kelly (Peulh)

Reference HT 2k
Author: Timberlake, J. R.
Title: Ethnobotany of the Pokot of Nothern Kenya, 106 p., (1987)Unpublished report. East African Herbarium Center for Economic Botany, Royal Botanic Gardens.Kew, Richmond, Surrey TW9 3AE, UK.
Symptoms: H(008), H(201)
Recipes: H(008) boiled roots infusion used against diarrhoea in humans, H(201), Sticks used in earthquake-stopping ceremony.
Region: East Africa
Country: Kenya (North region)
Vernacular name: sitat

Reference HT 34
Author: Tilahum Teklehaymanot & Mirutse Giday
Title: Ethnobotanical study of wild edible plants of Kara and Kwego semi-pastoralist people in Lower Omo River Valley, Debub Omo Zone, SNNPR, Ethiopia Journal of Ethnobiology and Ethnomedicine, 6:23 (2010)
Symptoms: H(095), H(100)
Recipes: H(100) veneral diseases, syphilis, fruits of Grewia bicolor soaked in H2O, VO.
H(095) food, raw fruit
Region: East Africa
Country: Ethiopia (Lower Omo River Valley, Debub Omo Zone)
Vernacular name: bereza (Kara), (Kwego)

Reference HW 07
Author: Wondimu Tigist, Asfaw Arsi, Kelbessa Ensermu
Title: Ethnobotanical study of medicinal plants around 'Dheeraa' town, Arsi Zone, Ethiopia. Journal of Ethnopharmacology, Volume 112, pp. 152-161, (2007)
Symptoms: H(068)
Recipes: H(068) worms, leaves of Grewia bicolor are crushed, homogenized in H2O, VO.
Region: East Africa
Country: Ethiopia (Arsi zone)
Vernacular name: haaroreesaa

Reference VA 01
Author: Adam, J.G., N. Echard & M. Lescot
Title: Plantes médicinales Hausa de l'Ader (République du Niger). Journal d'Agriculture Tropicale et de Botanique Appliquée, (J.A.T.B.A.), 19, 259 - 399, (1972)
Symptoms: V(201)
Recipes: V(201), roots, powder + millet flour, prepared 1 time a year and distributed in the community against the magicians. Valid recipe also for animals
Region: West Africa
Country: Niger
Vernacular name: derza

Reference VB 01
Author: Bâ, A.S.
Title: L'art vétérinaire en milieu traditionnel africain. Agence de Coopération culturelle et technique, (A.C.C.T.), 136 p., (1994) and THESE, présentée et soutenue publiquement le 7 juillet 1982 devant la Faculté de Médecine et de Pharmacie de Dakar pour obtenir le grade de Docteur Vétérinaire (Diplôme d'Etat)
Symptoms: V(091)
Recipes: Vb(091), Grewia bicolor + Combretum aculeatum + Maerua angolensis feed with leaves and with the buds in case of bad nutrition
Region: West Africa
Country: Mauritania, Mali, Senegal (border regions)
Vernacular name: kelli

Reference VG 25
Author: Gradé, J.T., J. R.S. Tabuti, P.Van Damme
Title: Ethnoveterinary knowledge in pastoral Karamoja, Uganda Journal of Ethnopharmacology, Volume 122, pp. 273–293 (2009) http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0378874109000233
Symptoms: V(030), V(203)
Recipes: Vb(030) retained placenta (angasep), H2O extract of barks of Grewia bicolor, RNS (receipt from the Bokora tribe)
V(203) spear shaft, (amorok akwara), sticks for guiding livestock (ebala) (receipt from the Bokora tribe)
Region: East Africa
Country: Uganda (Karamoja of northern Uganda)
Vernacular name: ekaliye (Ngakarimojong)

Reference VM 09
Author: Minja, M.M.J.
Title: The Maasai Wonder Plants. People and Plants training workshop held at the Tropical Pesticides Research Institute, Arusha, Tanzania, 15th – 18th march 1999.
Symptoms: V(016)
Recipes: Vb(016)mastitis, bark + stem, decoc
Region: East Africa
Country: Tanzania (Simanjiro country)
Vernacular name: ositeti (Maasai)

Reference VN 01
Author: Niang, A.
Title: Contribution à l'étude de la pharmacopée traditionnelle mauritanienne. Thèse pour le doctorat en médecine vétérinaire. École nationale de Médecine vétérinaire, Sidi Thabet, Tunisie, 156 p., (1987) From reference: VB 10
Symptoms: V(008), V(068)
Recipes: Vb(008), stem's barks, maceration, persevering diarrhea
V(068), ONS., R.N.S.
Region: West Africa
Country: Mauritania
Vernacular name: kelli baleewi (fulfulde-maghama)

Reference VO 11
Author: Onana, J
Title: Les ligneux fourragers du Nord-Cameroun. 1. Inventaire et phénologie. Revue d'Elevage et de Médecine vétérinaire des Pays tropicaux, Volume. 48 (2), pp. 213 - 219 (1995)
Symptoms: V(095)
Recipes: Vb(095), Vc(095), Vo(095), fruit of Grewia bicolor researched by animals
Region: Central Africa
Country: Cameroon (North region)
Vernacular name: not communicated by the author

Reference VS 20
Author: Sori, T., M. Bekana, G. Adugna, E. Kelbessa
Title: Medicinal Plants in the Ethnoveterinary Practices of Borana Pastoralists, Southern Ethiopia Intern J. Appl. Res. Vet .Med., Vol. 2, No. 3 (2004)
Symptoms: V(030), V(203)
Recipes: V(030) retained fetal membrane, infusion of barks, VO.
V(203) as suture material, threads
Region: East Africa
Country: Ethiopia (Southern)
Vernacular name: haroressa (Borana language)

Reference VT 01
Author: Tall, A.M.
Title: Synthèse des fiches sur la pharmacopée vétérinaire traditionnelle en Mauritanie. Métissages en santé animale de Madagascar à Haïti. Presses universitaires de Namur, 147 - 151, (1994)
Symptoms: V(006)
Recipes: V(006, f), maceration barks, VO.
Region: West Africa
Country: Mauritania
Vernacular name: imiziz (Arabe), kelli (Pulaar)

Reference VT 2k
Author: Timberlake, J. R.
Title: Ethnobotany of the Pokot of Nothern Kenya, 106 p., (1987)Unpublished report. East African Herbarium, Nairobi.Multigraphié. Center for Economic Botany, Royal Botanic Gardens.Kew, Richmond, Surrey TW9 3AE, UK.
Symptoms: V(030), V(095), V(201)
Recipes: Vb(030),or mixed with other sp. to bring out afterbirth in cattle
Vb(201), Leaves used by LIOKIN (medicine man) in exorcising spirits, and used to produce smoke in ceremony for sick cattle
Vch(095), animal fodder, especially camels
Region: East Africa
Country: Kenya (North region)
Vernacular name: sitat

Reference VW 08
Author: Wanzala, W., W. Takken, W. R. Mukabana, A. O. Pala & A. Hassanali
Title: Ethnoknowledge of Bukusu community on livestock tick prevention and control in Bungoma district, western Kenya Journal of Ethnopharmacology 140, 298– 324 (2012) http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0378874112000347
Symptoms: V(039)
Recipes: Vb(039) against livestock ticks, rootbark of Grewia bicolor, applied on the animal’s body surface
Region: East Africa
Country: Western Kenya (Bungoma district)
Vernacular name: kumusitati or lusitati