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Official name: Guiera senegalensis J.F. Gmel.
Family: Combretaceae

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(001), H(002), H(004), H(008), H(013), H(051), H(111)
Recipes: H(001) + H(004), chewed leaves, juice, drops in eyes
H(002),powder leaves + pulp of millet , VO.
H(008), Combretum micranthum + Guiera senegalensis , fresh leaves, powder, VO. + H2O
H(013) , leaves, powder, VO.
H(051), leaves, powder + H2O, VO.
H(051), fresh leaves Guiera senegalensis , Piliostigma reticulatum, powder + H2OH(111), Acacia nilotica var. adansonii + Guiera senegalensis , leaves, powder, applic local application
H(111), Guiera senegalensis, roots, powder, + Celtis integrifolia leaves, powder, local application
Region: West Africa
Country: Niger
Vernacular name: sabara

Reference HA 03
Author: Adjanohoun, E., V. Adjakidje, M.R.A. Ahyi, L. Ake Assi, A. Akoegninou, J. d'Almeida, F. Apovo, K. Boukef, M. Chadare, G. Gusset, K. Dramane, J. Eyme, J. - N. Gassita, N. Gbaguidi, E. Goudote, S. Guinko, P. Houngnon, Issa Lo, A. Keita, H. V. Kiniffo, D. K
Title: Contribution aux études ethnobotaniques et floristiques en République populaire du Bénin. Agence de coopération culturelle et technique, (A.C.C.T.), Paris, 895 p., (1989) From the data bank PHARMEL 2 (ref. HP 10)
Symptoms: H(051)
Recipes: H(051) paludism decoction of leaves, VO.
Region: West Africa
Country: Benin
Vernacular name: bomigué (Berba)

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(013), H(022), H(091), H(173)
Recipes: H(013), roots of Cassia italica of Waltheria indica of Guiera senegalensis, to pound, local application
H(013) , ripe fruit of Guiera., to dry near a fire, powder, to dilute (palm oil), local application
H(013) pruritus, eruption, gall of Guiera senegalensis, aerian part of Ceropegia aristolochioides, decoction (H2O), VO., local application
H(022), leaves of Guiera., to dilute (H2O), VO.
H(091), aerian part of Guiera., decoction (H2O), VO.
H(173), ripe fruit of Pterocarpus erinaceus, roots of Annona senegalensis of Guiera senegalensis, barks stems, branch, trunk of Vitex doniana, maceration (H2O), VO.
H(173), whole plant of Indigofera tinctoria, roots of Guiera senegalensis of Striga hermontheca, barks stems, branch, trunk of Lannea microcarpa of Vitex doniana, stems with leaves of Strychnos spinosa, maceration (H2O), VO.
Region: West Africa
Country: Niger
Vernacular name: shabara (Hausa), sabara (Zarma), n'gécokhy (Peuhl), tuwila (Tamacheck), kasasi (Beriberi)

Reference HA 07
Author: Adjanohoun, E., V. Adjakidje, M.R.A. Ahyi, K. Akpagana, P. Chibon, A. El - Hadji, J. Eyme, M. Garba, , J. - N. Gassita, M. Gbeassor, E. Goudote, S. Guinko, K. - K. Hodouto, P. Houngnon, A. Keita, Y. Keoula, W. P. Kluga - Ocloo, I. Lo, K. M. Siamevi, K. K.
Title: Contribution aux études ethnobotaniques et floristiques au Togo. Agence de coopération culturelle et technique, (A.C.C.T.), Paris, 671 p., (1986) From the data bank PHARMEL 2 (ref. HP 10)
Symptoms: H(038), H(068), H(077), H(082), H(104), H(113), H(173)
Recipes: H(038), roots of Guiera senegalensis, decoction (H2O), VO.
H(038), galls of Guiera senegalensis, powder, local application en cas of ulcer
H(068) amoeba, leaves of Guiera., to dry, powder, to dilute (milk), VO.
H(068) ascaris, roots of Guiera senegalensis of Annona senegalensis, to chew
H(077), leaves of Guiera, to dry, powder, VO. + to mix leaves and fruits with flour
H(082), leaves of Guiera., powder, to dilute (H2O), VO. + flour of mil
H(104), barks stem, branch, trunk of Guiera, pulp, to chew
H(113) arthrosis, rheumatism, leaves of Guiera., decoction (H2O), inhalation, bath
H(173), leaves of Guiera, to dry, powder, to dilute with curdle milk, VO.
Region: West Africa
Country: Togo
Vernacular name: kampiembuateng (Moba), kahangbanyawa (Anufa)

Reference HA 11
Author: Adjanohoun, E., M.R.A. Ahyi, J.J. Floret , S. Guinko, M. Koumaré, A. M. R. Ahyi, J. Raynal
Title: Contribution aux études ethnobotaniques et floristiques au Mali. Agence de coopération culturelle et technique, (A.C.C.T.), Paris, 291 p., (1981) From the data bank PHARMEL 2 (ref. HP 10)
Symptoms: H(008), H(037), H(094)
Recipes: H(008), .H(094), leaves of Guiera senegalensis, decoction (H2O), VO. - -H(037), pneumonia, leaves, roots of Guiera., decoction (H2O), steam bath
Region: West Africa
Country: Mali
Vernacular name: n'gu jè (Bambara), geloki (Peuhl), sabara (Sonraï)

Reference HA 35
Author: Adamu Harami M. , O.J. Abayeh, M.O. Agho, A.L. Abdullahi, A. Uba, H.U. Dukku & and B.M. WufemTesfaye Kebede, Kelbessa Urga, Kidist Yersaw, Teklele Biza, Bisrat Haile Mariam & Mulugeta GutaYersaw, Teklele Biza, Bisrat Haile Mariam & Mulugeta Guta
Title: An ethnobotanical survey of Bauchi State herbal plants and their antimicrobial activity. Journal of Ethnopharmacology. Volume 97, pp. 421-427 ( 2005)
Symptoms: H(008), H(037), H(100), H(139, H(173)
Recipes: H(037) cough, H(100) syphilis, H(008) diarrhoea, H(173) leprosy, H(139 ) impotence, H(006 ) + H(104) gastroenteritis, leaves, RNS..
Region: West Africa
Country: Nigeria (Bauchi state)
Vernacular name: sabara

Reference HB 04
Author: Bouquet, A. & M. Debray
Title: Plantes médicinales de la Côte d'Ivoire. Travaux et Documents de l'O.R.S.T.O.M., Paris, n° 32, 232 p., (1974)
Symptoms: H(008)
Recipes: H(008), ONS of Guiera senegalensis , RNS.
Region: West Africa
Country: Ivory Coast
Vernacular name: not communicated by the authors

Reference HB 18
Author: Boury, N.J.
Title: Végétaux utilisés dans la médecine africaine dans la région de Richard-Toll (Sénégal).dans: Adam, J., Les plantes utiles en Afrique occidentale. Notes Africaines, 93, 14 - 16 (1962)
Symptoms: H(108)
Recipes: H(108) cold, leaves , decoction (H2O), VO.
Region: West Africa
Country: Senegal (Richard-Toll region)
Vernacular name: n'guer

Reference HB 27
Author: Ben Saï, S.
Title: Médecine indigène et plantes médicinales au Soudan. Notes Africaines, 21, 6 - 8, (1944)
Symptoms: H(008), H(037), H(051), H(103)
Recipes: H(008) diar.,H(037) cough, H(051), leaves decoction (H2O), VO.
H(103), roots en curedent pour prévenir une decayed tooth
Region: East Africa
Country: Sudan
Vernacular name: koundie (Bambara), kankansôn (Malinke, Kasombe), kame (Sominke)

Reference HB 49
Author: Bognounou, M.O., M.C.O. Ouedraogo & Mlle O.G. Ouedraogo
Title: Contribution à l'inventaire des plantes médicinales africaines en pays Mossi (Région de Ouagadougou) http://www.greenstone.refer.bf/collect/revueph1/index/assoc/HASH018d.dir/01-001.pdf
Symptoms: H(008), H(014), H(108)
Recipes: H(008) diarrhea, H(108) cold leaves decoction of Guiera senegalensis, RNS.
H(014) ringworm "rasempuiga", ashes from the crushed plant mixed in karité butter, local application
Region: West Africa
Country: Burkina Faso (Mossi region)
Vernacular name: wilinwiiqa (Mossi)

Reference HD 18
Author: Diallo, D., B.S. Paulsen, B. Hvemm
Title: Production of traditional medicine: preparations accepted as medicines in Mali. In: Hostettmann, K., Cjhinyanganya, F., Maillard, M., Wolfender, J.-L. (Eds.), Chemistry, Biological and Pharmacological Properties of African Medicinal Plants. University of Zimbabwe Publications, Harare, pp. 235–241. (1996 ) Résultats extraits de "Evaluation of medicinal plants from Mali for their in vitro and in vivo trypanocidal activity: N. Bizimana, U.Tietjen, K-H Zessin, D. Diallo, C. Djibril, M. F. Melzig, P-H Clausen; Journal of Ethnopharmacology, Volume103, pp.350–356 (2006)
Symptoms: H(054)
Recipes: H(054) trypanosomiasis, roots, leaves of Guiera senegalensis, decoction, VO.
Region: West Africa
Country: Mali
Vernacular name: nkunje (Bambara)

Reference HD 1k
Author: Diniz, M.A., O. Silva, M.A. Paulo & E.T. Gomez
Title: Medicinal uses of plants from Guinea-Bissau , 727 -731, (1996) The Biodiversity of African Plants.Proceedings14 th AETFATCongress.Wageningen, The Netherlands, 22 - 27 augustus 1994. Edited by J.G. van der Maesen, X.M. van der Burgt & J.M. van Medenbach de Rooy.Kluwer Academic Publishers, 861 p., (1996)
Symptoms: H(037)
Recipes: H(037) tuberculosis, plant, RNS
Region: West Africa
Country: Guinea Bissau
Vernacular name: gelode (Fulani)

Reference HE 12
Author: El-Kamali, H. H.
Title: Ethnopharmacology of Medicinal Plants used in North Kordofan (Western Sudan) Ethnobotanical Leaflets 13: 89-97. 2009. http://www.ethnoleaflets.com/leaflets/sudan.htm
Symptoms: H(051), H(082), H(091), H(126), H(166),
Recipes: H(051, 94,5%) paludisml fever, H(104, 94,5%) stomach pain , H(126, 94,5%) jaundice, H(166, 94,5) antispasmodic, leaves of Guiera senegalensis in decoction, VO.
H(091, 2,46%) tonic, roots decoction, VO.
H(082, 5,2%) asthma, infusion of stem bark of Khaya senegalensis of leaves of Guiera senegalensis, VO.
Region: East Africa
Country: Sudan (North Kordofan)
Vernacular name: ghubeish

Reference HE 2k
Author: El Ghazali, G. E. B. , M.S. El Tohami & A.A.B. El Egami
Title: Medicinal plants of the Sudan.Part 3 : Medicinal plants of the White Nile Provinces. Medicinal and aromatic plants institute.National council for research, Khartoum, 11 6 p., (Augustus 1994)
Symptoms: H(051), H(173)
Recipes: H(051), leaves, maceration, RNS.
H(173), roots , maceration, RNS.
Region: East Africa
Country: Sudan (White Nil provinces)
Vernacular name: ghubeish

Reference HF 01
Author: Fernandez de la Pradilla, C.
Title: Des plantes qui nous ont guéris. Jeunesse d'Afrique, Ouagadougou, Burkina Faso,Tome 1, 208 p., (1981), Tome 2, 101 p., (1985) Plantes médicinales contre les hépatites. Pabre, Ouagadougou, Burkina Faso, 62 p., (1988)
Symptoms: H(004), H(007), H(008), H(018), H(037), H(051), H(113), H(124)
Recipes: H(004) complicated wound, roots of Diospyros mespiliformis of Guiera senegalensis, to carbonize, powder, VO.
H(007), itchs of Guiera., to dry, powder, to dilute (H2O), VO.
H(008, 2) shigellose, leaves of Adansonia digitata of Guiera senegalensis, dessication, powder, VO.
H(018), leaves of Guiera., to pound, maceration, to wash + H2O of potash
H(018), barks of the underground part of Guiera., maceration (H2O), local application
H(037), leaves of Guiera senegalensis of Adansonia digitata, stem sans leaves of Calotropis procera, leaves of Tamarindus indica, to carbonize, powder, VO.
H(051), stems with leaves of Piliostigma reticulatum of Mitragyna inermis of Guiera senegalensis, decoction (H2O), to wash
H(051) paludism, stems with leaves of Cissus gracilis of Tapinanthus banguensis of Piliostigma reticulatum of Piliostigma thonningii of Guiera senegalensis, decoction (H2O), VO. + to wash
H(109) sciatique, stems with leaves of Guiera senegalensis of Leptadenia hastata of Tapinanthus bangwensis, whole plant of Cymbopogon schoenanthus… subsp. proximus, decoction (H2O), maceration (H2O), massage
H(124) bleeding at the nose, ripe fruit of Guiera senegalensis, Gossypium sp., ripe fruit of Capsicum frutescens, decoction (H2O), VO. + inhalation
Region: West Africa
Country: Burkina Faso
Vernacular name: not registered

Reference HG 11
Author: Grand, A. & P.A. Wondergem
Title: Les phytothérapies anti-infectieuses de la forêt-savane, Sénégal (Afrique occidentale)I. Un inventaire. Journal of Ethnopharmacology, Volume 21, pp. 109 - 125, (1987)
Symptoms: H(037), H(137)
Recipes: H(037) cough, H(137), stems, leaves, steam bath
Region: West Africa
Country: Senegal (Diola people, South Senegal)
Vernacular name: bufuluk (Diola)

Reference HH 10
Author: Hussain, H.S.N. & Y.Y. Karatela
Title: Traditional medicinal plants used by Hausa tribe of Kano State of Nigeria. Int. J; Crude Drug Res., 27, 4, 211-216, (1989)
Symptoms: H(008), H(104)
Recipes: H(008), leaves pounded, RNS
H(104)estomac, leaves pounded, RNS
Region: West Africa
Country: Nigeria (Kano)
Vernacular name: sabara (Hausa)

Reference HH 7k
Author: Hoffmann, O.
Title: Les plantes en pays Lobi (Burkina et Côte d'Ivoire)Lexique des noms Lobi-Latin et Latin-Lobi.Institut d'élevage et de médecine vétérinalre des pays tropicaux. Département du Centre de coopération internationale en recherche agronomique pour le développement. Etudes et synthèses de L'IEMVT., 155 p., (1987)
Symptoms: H(051)
Recipes: H(051) paludism, ONS., RNS.
Region: West Africa
Country: Burkina Faso and Ivory Coast
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), H(201)
Recipes: H(004, 3) new wounds (baarmu, baanhi), juice of fresh leaves of Guiera senegalensis, local application
H(004) new wounds (mina banru), leaves or juice of fresh leaves, local application
H(004) new wounds (miin kaana), juice of leaves, local application
H(004) new wounds (banru), juice of roots barks, local application
H(004) internal wounds, fruits powder, VO. with milk or coffee
H(004) + H(201), wounds due to Satan (ogulubelem), stems and leaves of Guiera senegalensis, roots of Securidaca longepedunculata, to burn, smoke inhalation
H(013) small boils on head (kuukenhu),H(014) itch, fruit powder of Guiera senegalensis mixed with the butter of seeds oil of Butyrospermum parkii of Lannea microcarpa or of Arachis hypogea, local application
H(013) small boils with liquid (modokudu), roots of Guiera senegalensis, mixed with the butter of seeds oil of Butyrospermum parkii, local application
Region: West Africa
Country: Mali (Dogonland)
Vernacular name: gorugo, goorugo, toniburu, gorubu

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(004), H(007), H(008), H(013), H(037), H(038), H(041), H(045), H(051), H(076), H(082), H(091), H(100), H(103), H(104), H(128), H(139), H(173), H(201)
Recipes: H(004) wound,H(013) ulcer, H(041), H(045), H(076) stomatitis, H(103) gingivitis, ONS. of Guiera senegalensis, local application
H(008), galls of Guiera senegalensis, stem without barks of Combretum aculeatum, powder, to dilute (H2O), VO.
H(008), H(104), stems with leaves, roots , barks stem, branch, trunk of Guiera., RNS., VO.
H(013) ulcer, barks stem, branch, trunk of Ximenia americana of Guiera senegalensis, powder, local application
H(037) cough, bronchitis, H(051) paludism, ONS. of Piliostigma reticulatum of Guiera senegalensis of Securinega virosa, RNS.
H(037), cough, leaves of Guiera senegalensis, decoction (H2O), VO. + sugar
H(037) respiratory disease, barks stem, branch, trunk of Guiera senegalensis of Piliostigma reticulatum of Ziziphus mauritiana of Terminalia macroptera, whole plant of Tapinanthus banguensis, decoction (H2O), VO.
H(037) bronchi deseases, leaves of Guiera senegalensis of Combretum glutinosum of Salvadora persica, to dry, powder, to dilute (H2O), VO.
H(037) bronchi deseases, stem with flowers of Cymbopogon giganteus of Lippia adoensis, leaves of Ximenia americana of Combretum glutinosum of Guiera senegalensis, leaves and roots of Annona senegalensis, leaves of Ocimum basilicum, leaves, barks stem, branch, trunk of Ficus gnaphalocarpa, barks stem, branch, trunk of Parkia biglobosa of Acacia albida, decoction (H2O), VO. + bath
H(037), stem with flowers of Cymbopogon giganteus of Lippia adoensis, leaves of Ximenia americana of Combretum glutinosum of Terminalia macroptera of Guiera senegalensis, leaves and roots of Annona senegalensis, leaves of Ocimum basilicum, leaves, barks stem, branch, trunk of Sida rhombifolia, barks stem, branch, trunk of Acacia albida, to dry, powder, decoction (H2O), VO. + bath
H(037) bronchitis, H(051) paludism, H(082) dyspnoea, leaves of Guiera., decoction (H2O), VO.
H(038), ONS. of Guiera senegalensis of Cassia sieberiana of Khaya senegalensis, RNS., VO.
H(051) paludism, leaves of Cordia rothii, roots of Guiera senegalensis, roots + barks stem, branch, trunk of Bauhinia rufescens, VO
H(051) paludism, leaves of Cordia rothii, roots of Guiera senegalensis of Bauhinia rufescens, barks stem, branch, trunk of Acacia albida of Acacia raddiana, maceration, bath, VO.
H(091) asthenia, leaves of Guiera senegalensis of Ceiba pentandra of Rogeria adenophylla of Indigofera arrecta of Balanites aegyptiaca, stems with leaves of Opilia celtidifolia, to dry, powder, to dilute (H2O), VO.
H(091) beriberi, leaves of Combretum micranthum, ONS. of Lannea acida of Guiera senegalensis, VO.
H(091) beriberi, H(100) syph., H(139), H(173), ONS. of Guiera., RNS., VO.
H(104), leaves of Boscia senegalensis of Cadaba farinosa of Maerua angolensis of Guiera senegalensis of Combretum glutinosum, to dry, powder, to dilute in milk, VO.
H(128), H(007), galls of Guiera., to grind, VO. + charcoal
H(139), roots of Indigofera oblongifolia, roots and leaves of Combretum glutinosum, ONS. of Guiera senegalensis, decoction (H2O), VO.
H(139), ONS. of Combretum glutinosum of Vernonia colorata of Securinega virosa of Guiera senegalensis of Indigofera oblongifolia, VO.
H(173), roots of Terminalia macroptera, barks stem, branch, trunk of Stereospermum kunthianum, stems with leaves of Guiera senegalensis, stems with leaves, seeds of Cucumis melo, seeds teguments of Zea mays, maceration (H2O), decoction (H2O), VO., to wash + complex treatment
H(201) psychosis, leaves of Diospyros mespiliformis of Mitragyna inermis of Guiera senegalensis of Piliostigma thonningii of Cymbopogon giganteus, 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(008),
Recipes: H(008) dysentery, H(051) fever, ONS of Guiera senegalensis RNS.
H(008) diarrhoea - dysentery, H(104) colics, ONS. of Guiera senegalensis of Combretum glutinosum, RNS
Region: West Africa
Country: Senegal
Vernacular name: géloki (Peul, Tocolor), eloko (Firdou, Fouladou)

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(006), H(104), H(007), H(027z), H(077), H(051), H(077), H(103), H(166), H(173)
Recipes: H(006) + H(104), H(007), H(051), dried leaves, RNS.
H(103), H(173), roots, RNS.
H(166), roasted fruits, powder + salt
H(077), H(027z) + H(077), ONS. Tamarindus indica, Combretum micranthum, Guiera senegalensis, RNS.
Region: West Africa
Country: Ivory Coast, Burkina Faso
Vernacular name: koubélégelman (Senoufo), toupo (Gouin), soumou inga (Niénengué), sobara (Gourounsi), wilinwiga, wilinwissi (Mossi), sabara (Haoussa), sabré (Djerma), koudiengbé (Malinké)

Reference HK 27
Author: Kudi, A.C., J.U. Umoh, L.O. Eduvie & J. Gefu
Title: Screening of some nigerian medicinal plants for antibacterial activity. Journal of Ethnopharmacology, Volume 67, pp. 225- 228, (1999)
Symptoms: H(068), H(104)
Recipes: H(068), H(104), ONS., RNS.
Region: West Africa
Country: Nigeria
Vernacular name: sabara (Hausa)

Reference HK 51
Author: Kerharo, J. & J.G. Adam
Title: Les plantes médicinales, toxiques et magiques des Niominka et des Socé des Iles du Saloum (Sénégal) Acta tropica, Suppl. 8, 279 - 334 (1964)
Symptoms: H(037)
Recipes: H(037) cough, crunch little leaves of stems of Guiera senegalensis
H(037) l bronchitis and pneumonia , roots decoctions, VO.
Region: West Africa
Country: Senegal (Saloun island)
Vernacular name: kankanaon (Socé)

Reference HK 57
Author: Kerharo, J. & J. G. Adam
Title: Note sur quelques plantes médicinales des Bassari et des Tandanké du Sénégal oriental. Bulletin de l' I.F.A.N., Tome 26, série A, n°2,(1964)
Symptoms: H(037), H(099), H(201)
Recipes: H(099) epilepsy, H(201) possessed people (sorcery, madness) , maceration of leafy twigs of Guiera senegalensis, baths. The Guiera senegalensis is a magical plant for Tandanké. These baths are considered beneficial for projects of love, of wealth etc.
Region: West Africa
Country: Senegal (Bassari and Tandanké of eastern Senegal)
Vernacular name: gamacès, jagamacis (Tandanké)

Reference HL 2k
Author: Lely, H.V.
Title: The useful trees of Northern Nigeria. Published by the Crown Agents for the Colonies, 4 Millbank, London, S.W.1, 128 p., (1925)
Symptoms: H(027y), H(014), H(135), H(173)
Recipes: H(014), H(173), The leaves, concocted with water, are a medicine for internal complaints, a preventive of leprosy , applied externally, a cure for skin irritations.
H(027y), they are also drunk by women after child-birth. H(135), the leaves are often added to food to prevent indigestion.
Region: West Africa
Country: Nigeria
Vernacular name: sabara

Reference HM 25
Author: Maiga, Ababacar, Drissa Diallo, Seydou Fane, Rokia Sanogo, Berit Smestad Paulsen & Boubacar Cisse
Title: A survey of toxic plants on the market in the district of Bamako, Mali: traditional knowledge compared with a literature search of modern pharmacology and toxicology. Journal of Ethnopharmacology. Volume 96, pp.183-193 ( 2005)
Symptoms: H(093)
Recipes: H(093, 10) remedies against toxic effec of Acacia nilotica of Anogeissus leiocarpus of Pteleopsis suberosa of Securidaca longipedunculata of Trichilia roka , decoction of leaves of Guiera senegalensis
Region: West Africa
Country: Mali (Bamako district )
Vernacular name: not registered

Reference HM 32
Author: Magassouba, F.B., A. Dialloa, M. Kouyaté, F. Mara, O.Bangoura, A. Camara, S. Traoré, A.K. Diall, G. Camara, S. Traoré, A. Keita, M.K. Camara, R. Barry, S. Keita, K. Oularé, M.S. Barry, M. Donzo, K. Camara, K. Toté, D. Vanden Berghe, J. Totté, L.. Pieters,
Title: Ethnobotanical survey and antibacterial activity of some plants used in Guinean traditional medicine. Journal of Ethnopharmacology, Volume 114, pp. 44 - 53 (2007)
Symptoms: H(045)
Recipes: H(045, 3) antiseptic, again infection, roots barks of Guiera senegalensis, to steep in H2O, VO.
Region: West Africa
Country: Guinea Conakry
Vernacular name: fafarou

Reference HM 33
Author: Malgras, D. (R.P.)
Title: Arbres et arbustes guérisseurs des savanes maliennes. Editions Karthala, 22 - 24, boulevard Arago, 75013 Paris, 480 p. (1992)
Symptoms: H(006), H(007), H(008), H(013), H(014), H(022), H(033), H(037), H(051), H(055), H(104), H(100), H(103), H(104), H(108), H(111x), H(116), H(139), H(143), H(173), H(201)
Recipes: H(006) purgative, H(051) fevers, barks of Khaya senegalensis of Guiera senegalensis of Cassia sieberana, maceration, RNS.
H(007) strong diuretic, powder of scurfs of Guiera senegalensis., RNS.
H(008) dysentery, H(111x) insolation, powder of youg leaves of Guiera senegalensis, VO.
H(008) dysentery, to chew young flowers and leaves of Guiera senegalensis
H(008) cholera, powder of roots of Guiera senegalensis + Capsium sp. , RNS.
H(008) diarrhoea, H(104) colics,H(037) cough, H(051) paludism, H(173) leprosy, H(139) sexual incapacity, decoction of leaves of Guiera.
H(013) ulcers, H(100) syphilis,H(013) chancres,H(037) bronchitis, H(051) paludism, decoction of leaves of Piliostigma reticulatum of Guiera senegalensis of Securidaca longipedunculata, RNS.
H(013) chancres, H(100) syphilis, powder of stems with leaves of roots of Ximenia americana of Guiera senegalensis, application on the forehead
H(013) tooth abscess, H(103) caries, decoction of stems with leaves of Guiera., inhalation, mouth wash
H(014) eczema, leaves maceration (H2O salted), RNS.
H(022) parturition (made easier), ashes of stems with leaves of Guiera. + honey, VO.
H(033) sperme lack, roots of Guiera senegalensis chewed and juice swallowed
H(037) cough, decoction in milk of leaves of Guiera
H(051) fevers, H(007) diuretic, infusion of leaves of Guiera., RNS.
H(051) fevers, stems with leaves of Fadogia erythrophloea of Guiera senegalensis, RNS., bath, VO.
H(051) paludism, stems with leaves of Psorospermum corymbiferum of Guiera senegalensis of Fadogia erythrophloea of Gardenia sokotensis, VO.
H(055) vomitive who made parturition easier, H(104) colics, leaves macerated of Guiera., VO.
H(108) colds, decoction of stems with leaves of Guiera., inhalation, bath
H(111x) insolation, powder of youg leaves mixed with soap, application on head
H(116) to bring the oestral cycle regular, roots decoction of Cassia sieberiana of Guiera senegalensis, RNS.
H(143) variola childs, to wash the wounds with a maceration of leaves in milk
H(201) mental diseases, roots and leaves of Diospyros mespiliformis of Mitragina inermis of Piliostigma thonningii of Guiera senegalensis of Cymbopogon giganteus (?), RNS.
Region: West Africa
Country: Mali
Vernacular name: kunjè, kunyè (Bambara), kungè (Malinke), konifyere (Minyanka), konifire, kongbwe (Senoufo), sucèwe, suncawe (Bwa), fifinu (Bobo-fing), njeloki (Peuhl)

Reference HM 44
Author: Muhammad, S. and M.A. Shinkafi
Title: In-Vitro activity of the extract of some Nigerian plants used as chewing sticks on human odohntopathogens International journal of pure and applied sciences, 1(2) pp. 25-31 (2007) www.ijpas.com
Symptoms: H(103x)
Recipes: H(103x) teeth hygienne for healty teeth gum and fresh breath, stem of Guiera senegalensis as chewing sticks
Region: West Africa
Country: Nigeria
Vernacular name: sabaaraa (Hausa)

Reference HN 37
Author: Nordeng, H., W. Al-Zayadi, D. Diallo, N. Ballo, B.S. Paulsen
Title: Traditional medicine practitioners' knowledge and views on treatment of pregnant women in three regions of Mali Journal of Ethnobiology and Ethnomedicine 9:67 (2013) http://www.ethnobiomed.com/content/9/1/67
Symptoms: H(091), H(108)
Recipes: H(091, 7) tiredness (during pregnancy), drink and or wash body with boiled decoction of leaves of Guiera senegalensis
H(108, 17) common cold (during pregnancy), drink the boiled decoction of leaves of Guiera senegalensis or wash body with the decoction
Region: West Africa
Country: Mali
Vernacular name: kudje (Bambara)

Reference HP 01
Author: Pousset, J.-L.
Title: Plantes médicinales africaines. Utilisation pratique. Agence de coopération culturelle et technique, (A.C.C.T.), Paris, 156 p., (1989) http://data.cameroun-foret.com/system/files/18_17_32.pdf
Symptoms: H(037)
Recipes: H(037) cough, leaves of Guiera senegalensis, decoction (H2O), to filter, VO. + sugar
Region: West Africa
Country: Senegal
Vernacular name: nger (Wolof), kudêmbbé (Bambara), géloki (Peuhl)

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(002), H(007), H(008), H(014), H(033y), H(037), H(051), H(077), H(103), H(104), H(108), H(139), H(173)
Recipes: H(002) lactogenic, H(007) diuretic, H(008) diarrhoea, H(008) dysentery,H(014) eczema,H(037) bronchitic or lungs inflammation ,H(037) antitussif, H(051) fever, H(051) paludism, H(077) anti-vomitory, H(104) colic, H(139) sexual incapacity, H(173) leprosy, H(111x) sun -stroke and H(143) variola, leaves of Guiera senegalensis, RNS.
H(008) cholera, H(033y) lack of sperm, roots of Guiera senegalensis, RNS.
H(103) caries and H(103) teeth abcess, H(108) colds, stem with leaves, RNS.
Region: West Africa
Country: Senegal (Nguekokh region)
Vernacular name: ngèr (Wolof), kuné (Bambara), ngud (Serere), nguère (local French)

Reference HP 1k
Author: Palayer, P.
Title: Lexique de plantes du pays Sar.Plantes spontanées et cultivées.Tome 2, 78 p., (1977) Collège Charles Lwanga.C.E.L. Sarh-Tchad.Publié avec le concours financier de l'UNESCO.
Symptoms: H(126)
Recipes: H(126), leaves decoction (H2O)
Region: West Africa
Country: Chad (Sar country)
Vernacular name: not registered

Reference HP 52
Author: Pobeguin, M.
Title: Les plantes médicinales de la Guinée. Paris. (1912) Agriculture pratique des pays chauds, : T1 : 279 - 295, 387 - 394, 484 - 496, (1911) ;T2 : 37 - 45, 133 - 144, 233 - 238, (1911)
Symptoms: H(006), H(051), H(056), H(108)
Recipes: H(006), leaves infusion + Tamarindus indica, RNS.
H(051) + H(108), ONS., RNS.
H(056) Guinea worms, ONS., RNS.
Region: West Africa
Country: Guinea Conakry
Vernacular name: congouele (Malinke)bali niama (Foula du Fouta-Djalon)

Reference HP 52
Author: Pobeguin, M.
Title: Les plantes médicinales de la Guinée. Paris. (1912) Agriculture pratique des pays chauds, : T1 : 279 - 295, 387 - 394, 484 - 496, (1911) ;T2 : 37 - 45, 133 - 144, 233 - 238, (1911)
Symptoms: V(002)
Recipes: Vb(002), leaves, infusion, RNS.
Region: West Africa
Country: Guinea Conakry
Vernacular name: congouele (Malinke), bali niama (Foula du Fouta-Djalon)

Reference HS 08
Author: Sita, G.
Title: Traitement traditionnel de quelques maladies en pays Bissa (République de Haute-Volta). Bulletin agricole du Rwanda, 11ème année, 1, 24 - 34, (1978)
Symptoms: H(004), H(091), H(113)
Recipes: H(004) chronic and stinking wounds , scurf of the plant, grilled, powder on wounds washed with a leaves decaction
H(091), H(113), leaves, decoction (H2O), VO. + bath
Region: West Africa
Country: Burkina Faso
Vernacular name: kaari-le (Bissa)

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 three bundles of leaves for men and four for women of Combretum micranthum, Guiera senegalensis and Eucalyptus camaldulensis, bath + VO. for 1 to 7 days (healer in the village of Kintaba-do).
H(051) simple paludism, decoction of leaves of Combretum micranthum of Guiera senegalensis , bath + VO. for 3 to 7 days (healer in the village of Dantiandé)
H(051) simple paludism, decoction of leaves of Guiera senegalensis, bath + VO. for 3 days, repeat the decoction all days (healers of Kintaba-ley, de Finkolo Ferme).
H(051) simple paludism, decoction of leaves of Guiera senegalensis, Stylosantes mucronata and the whole plant of Tim-tim (not determinated), steam bath, bath, + VO. for 3 to 7 days (healer in the village of Somboli).
H(051) simple paludism, leaves of Guiera senegalensis are crushed and dried and used for steambath morning and evening for 3 days (healer in the village of Irguily).
H(051) severe paludism, decoction of a bundle of leaves of Guiera senegalensis attached by the bark of the trunk + a bunch of leaves of Pteleopsis suberosa and an bundle of the whole plant of Sabin, bath + VO. , for 3 to 8 days (healer in the village of Kouloukan).
Region: West Africa
Country: Mali Republic (region of Kendie and Finkolo)
Vernacular name: kouyo (Dogon), koundiè (Bambara)

Reference HS 30
Author: Somboro, A. A., K. Patel, D. Diallo, L. Sidibe, J-C. Chalchat, G. Figueredo, S. Ducki, Y. Troin & P. Chalard
Title: An ethnobotanical and phytochemical study of the African medicinal plant Guiera senegalensis J. F. Gmel Journal of Medicinal Plants Research Vol. 5(9), pp. 1639-1651, 4 May, 2011http://www.academicjournals.org/JMPR/PDF/pdf2011/4May/Somboro%20et%20al.pdf
Symptoms: H(001), H(004), H(008), H(018), H(037), H(051), H(092), H(104), H(130), H(137)
Recipes: H(001) conjunctivitis, juice from crushed leaves of Guiera senegalensis instilled into the affected eye.
H(004) wound, fresh leaves are chewed and the resulting paste applied to fresh cuts. This stops the bleeding.
H(004) wound, washed with the decoction of the leaves. Young leaves then ground into a paste and used as a poultice on the wound. Healing properties.
H(004) wound, powdered root bark placed on wound.
H(008) diarrhoea and dysentery, decoction of leafy branches drunk morning and evening.
H(004) wound, galls of Guiera senegalensis are ground and powdered, placed on the wound. Healing properties.
H(008) diarrhoea and dysentery, fresh leaves chewed and juice swallowed.
H(008) diarrhoea and dysentery,washing every 2-3 days, morning and evening, with a decoction of leafy branches
H(008) diarrhoea and dysentery, root bark combined with red sorgho and powdered is used to treat dysentery.
H(018) headaches with H(051) fever, decoction of leafy branches used to bathe and expose the patient’s head tor hot vapours.
H(018) headaches with H(051) fever, small red-hot stones are thrown into freshly ground leaves wrapped in a blanket and vapours inhaled.
H(008) diarrhoea and dysentery, roots macerated for three days, and solution mixed with honey and drunk for three days.
H(018) migraine, three or four bundles of leafy branches are collected. Three or four stones (depending on patient’s sex) are heated. When red-hot the stones are placed on two of the bundles laid in an earthenware jar. One or two bundles are placed on top, followed by one or two more red-hot stones. Water is added and patient’s head exposed to the hot vapours.
H(037) cough, galls calcined, powdered with crystallised salt and ingested.
H(037) cough, powder of 100 galls from 100 individual Guiera senegalensis plants ingested pure or incorporated into gruel. A decoction can be made of these galls and drunk.
H(037) cough, galls of Guiera senegalensis combined with fresh fruits of Tamarindus indica and cystallised salt are powdered and ingested.
H(051) paludism, pernicious attack, decoction of mistletoe from G. senegalensis drunk or used as enema in children. The dried mistletoe can also be powdered and macerated to make an enema.
H(051) paludism, pernicious attack, decoction of branches of Guiera senegalensis combined with leaves of Momordica charantia + 100 goat dung balls. Mixture drunk morning and evening for 2-3 days.
H(051) paludism, H(099) epilepsy, maceration for 24 h of ground leaves from Guiera senegalensis combined with fruits of Tamarindus indica and honey. The solution obtained is drunk in the morning before breakfast for three days to treat paludism
H(051) fever in children,.decoction of fresh leaves, drunk or used for bathing for three days to relieve fever
H(051) fever and paludism, decoction of leaves of Guiera senegalensis combined with leaves of Combretum glutinosum, drunk or used for bathing to relieve fever
H(051) fever, decoction of mistletoe from G. senegalensis generally used as an enema and for bathing in infants
H(051) fever, decoction of roots from plants found on roadsides is used to treat fever.
H(051) fever, decoction of roots drunk and used for bathing to treat night fever. Inhalation of vapours from decoction of fresh leaves for three days.
H(104) abdominal pain, 3 bundles, 3 bundles of leafy branches are harvested on a Monday morning, witw the gatherer’s back turned to the plant. These are combined with three bundles of leafy branches of Combretum micranthum and unripe fruits of Tamarindus indica. Fresh mixture ground together and a decoction made which is drunk. The decoction thus obtained also used to treat H(092) poisoning. Mixture contraindicated in pregnant women, in whom it can induce abortion.
H(104) abdominal pain, decoction is made from three bundles of leafy branches. A red-hot stone is added and the patient’s head exposed to the hot vapours for seven days running.
H(104) abdominal pain, decoction of roots from plants growing on anthills, drunk.
H(130) poliomyelitis, decoction of roots harvested from midnight used to massage affected foot or feet, patient seated in the solution. Treatment repeated for at least one month. Each session to last 20-30 min.
H(137) aches and pains, root decoction used for bathing.
Region: West Africa
Country: Mali (Ségué, in the Mopti region)
Vernacular name: not communicated by the authors

Reference HS 30
Author: Somboro, A. A., K. Patel, D. Diallo, L. Sidibe, J-C. Chalchat, G. Figueredo, S. Ducki, Y. Troin & P. Chalard
Title: An ethnobotanical and phytochemical study of the African medicinal plant Guiera senegalensis J. F. Gmel Journal of Medicinal Plants Research Vol. 5(9), pp. 1639-1651, 4 May, 2011http://www.academicjournals.org/JMPR/PDF/pdf2011/4May/Somboro%20et%20al.pdf
Symptoms: H(001), H(008), H(028), H(033), H(051), H(099), H(103), H(137)
Recipes: H(001) cataract, the leafy mistletoe from Guiera senegalensis combined with the leafy mistletoe of Ficus capensis is powdered and used to wash the patient’s face on waking in the morning and in the evening before sleep.
H(008) diarrhoea and dysentery, decoction or maceration of ground leaves of Guiera senegalensis used for washing, or drunk.
H(028) uterine prolapse, when intercourse is obstructed, fruits of Guiera senegalensis are combined with the blood of an old hen (who has raised many offspring) and the vagina exposed to the hot vapours.
H(033) impotence, root bark of Guiera senegalensis mixed with crystallised salt and fruits of Aframomum melegueta, powdered and ingested.
H(051) fever in children,.decoction of fresh leaves, drunk or used for bathing for three days to relieve fever
H(099) epilepsy; maceration of ground leaves of Guiera senegalensis and Pterocarpus erinaceus combined with a cotyledon from a white cola nut (Cola acuminata) in a new gourd, drunk or used for bathing for a long period
H(103) caries and dental abscess, tea made from leaves of G. senegalensis combined with leaves of Prosopis africana used for mouthwash and exposure to hot vapours.
H(103) caries, root used as toothpick for protection against dental caries. .
H(103) caries, root powdered and macerated is used as a mouthwash morning and evening.
H(137) aches and pains, singed leafy branches covered with a cloth and placed in contact with painful area.
H(137) aches and pains, powdered leaves of Guiera senegalensis combined with karite butter of Butyrospermum paradoxum used as an ointment.
Region: West Africa
Country: Mali (Daral in the Koulikoro region)
Vernacular name: not communicated by the authors

Reference HS 30
Author: Somboro, A. A., K. Patel, D. Diallo, L. Sidibe, J-C. Chalchat, G. Figueredo, S. Ducki, Y. Troin & P. Chalard
Title: An ethnobotanical and phytochemical study of the African medicinal plant Guiera senegalensis J. F. Gmel Journal of Medicinal Plants Research Vol. 5(9), pp. 1639-1651, 4 May, 2011http://www.academicjournals.org/JMPR/PDF/pdf2011/4May/Somboro%20et%20al.pdf
Symptoms: H(008), H(037), H(051), H(092), H(103), H(104), H(139)
Recipes: H(008) diarrhoea and dysentery,washing every 2-3 days, morning and evening, with a decoction of leafy branches of Guiera senegalensis
H(037) cough, decoction of fruit is drunk. A small piece of crystallised salt can be added
H(051) fever and paludism, decoction of leafy branches, drunk to treat fever with vomiting.
H(103) caries, root used as toothpick for protection against dental caries.
H(104) abdominal pain, 3 bundles, 3 bundles of leafy branches are harvested on a Monday morning, witw the gatherer’s back turned to the plant. These are combined with three bundles of leafy branches of Combretum micranthum and unripe fruits of Tamarindus indica. Fresh mixture ground together and a decoction made which is drunk. The decoction thus obtained also used to treat H(092) poisoning. Mixture contraindicated in pregnant women, in whom it can induce abortion.
H(104) abdominal pain, fruits of Guiera senegalensis combined with fruits of Gardenia ternifolia and salt crystals. Mixture ground and ingested.
H(139), decoction of leafy branches harvested on a Thursday at dusk, used to bathe and expose the penis to hot vapours.
Region: West Africa
Country: Mali (Badougou nafadji in the Koulikoro region)
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(108)
Recipes: H(108) cold, leaves decoction (H2O)
Region: West Africa
Country: Senegal
Vernacular name: nger (Wolof)

Reference HT 14
Author: Thomas, L.-V.
Title: De l'ethnobotanique à la médecine: l'exemple Diola. Notes Africaines, 134, 48 - 52, (1972)
Symptoms: H(051)
Recipes: H(051), leaves, decoction (H2O), RNS.
Region: West Africa
Country: Senegal (Casamance)
Vernacular name: fupirum (Diola)

Reference HT 23
Author: Tapsoba, H. & J.P. Deschamps
Title: Use of medicinal plants for the treatment of oral diseases in Burkina Faso. Journal of Ethnopharmacology, Volume 104, pp.68 - 78 ( 2006)
Symptoms: H(000), H(103)
Recipes: H(103) abcess, stems barks boiled + black stone, mouth wash until abcess mature
H(103), sores lips and tonge, decoction of leaves of Guiera senegalensis and Parkia biglobosa, RNS
H(000), Wilin-wiiga (Guiera senegalensis), were used as panaceas. According to the President of the ATHKP, this “universal” medicinal plant well known among the Mossi ethnic group was given by God to the humans at the beginning of the World. All parts of Wilin-wiiga from the aerial parts to the roots are thought to be effective when used to both prevent and cure several health problems. The President of the Association said that a healer who is unable to diagnosis an illness or specify a remedy can always recommend this plant to the patient and be sure of recovery.
Region: West Africa
Country: Burkina Faso (Kadiogo province)
Vernacular name: wilin wiiga (Moore)

Reference HT 24
Author: Togola, A., D. Diallo, S. Dembélé, H. Barsett & B.S. Paulsen
Title: Ethnopharmacological survey of different uses of seven medicinal plants from Mali, (West Africa) in the regions Doila, Kolokani and Siby. Journal of Ethnobiology and Ethnomedicine, 1:7 (2005)
Symptoms: H(004), H(051)
Recipes: H(004, 1) wounds, local application of the powder of leaves of Opilia celtidifolia and Guiera senegalensis on the washed wounds
H(051, 1) paludism leaves of Piliostigma thonningii of Guiera senegalensis, VO. + bath
Region: West Africa
Country: Mali (regions of Doila, Kolokani and Siby)
Vernacular name: not registered

Reference HT 32
Author: Traore, M.
Title: Le Recours à la Pharmacopée Traditionnelle Africaine dans le Nouveau Millénaire :<< Cas des Femmes Herboristes de Bamako >> http://www.codesria.org/Archives/ga10/Abstracts%20GA%201-5/AIDS_Traore.htm In "Grey littérature"
Symptoms: H(014)s, H(051), H(091), H(100), H(113)
Recipes: H(014) dermatomycosis, H(051) fever, H(091) asthenia, H(100) gonorrhoea, H(113) rheumatism, ONS of Guiera senegalensis, RNS.
Region: West Africa
Country: Mali
Vernacular name: kakanlan (Malinke)

Reference HV 05
Author: Van Der Steur, L.
Title: Plantes médicinales utilisées par les Peul du Sénégal Oriental. Rev. Méd. Pharm. Afr., Vol. 8, n° 2, 189 - 200, (1994)
Symptoms: H(008), H(100), H(103), H(139)
Recipes: H(008), leaves, infusion, VO.
H(100) kollija, 3packages of leaves + salt + pimento, VO.
H(103), leaves, infusion, stem bath + gargle + application of hot leaves with salt and peper on ill teeth
H(139) male, roots Cassia sieberiana, Guiera senegalensis, Hymenocardia acida , Gardenia ternifolia , RNS.
Region: West Africa
Country: Oriental Senegal
Vernacular name: djierlogal, ngeloki, yeloko, gelodi, eloko (Peul), bruku, kankanar, kune, nguene, muyee, kungeli (Bambara), ngud (Sérère), nger (Wolof), bu fatikay, fu pirum, e perumay, bu hunuk, bu sakin (Diola)

Reference HZ 03
Author: Zerbo, P., J. Millogo-Rasolodimby, O. G. Nacoulma-Ouédraogo, P. Van Damme
Title: Plantes médicinales et pratiques médicales au Burkina Faso : cas des Sanan Bois et Forêts des Tropiques, N° 307 ( 1 ), (2011)
Symptoms: H(082), H(087), H(099), H(104), H(113)
Recipes: H(082) respiratory problems, H(087) infections, infestations, H(099) nervous disorders, H(104) digestive disorders, H(113) musculoskeletal disorders, barks roots, leaves, fruits of Guiera senegalensis, decoction, infusion, chew, crushing, VO. and bath, hip bath
Region: West Africa
Country: Burkina Faso (San countries, northwestern Burkina Faso)
Vernacular name: baranfuruun (Sanan)

Reference VA 03
Author: Ake-Assi, Y.A.
Title: Contribution au recensement des espèces végétales utilisées traditionnellement sur le plan zootechnique et vétérinaire en Afrique de l'Ouest. Thèse de doctorat (Sc. Vétérinaires), Lyon, Université Claude Bernard, 220 p., (1992)
Symptoms: V(045), V(201)
Recipes: V(045), powder from dry leaves, cicatrizing wounds
V(201), fumigation again bad spell+ Heeria insignis + Crossopteryx febrifuga
Region: West Africa
Country: West Africa
Vernacular name: geloki (Peuhl) ; n'guji (Bambara) ; fu nuk (Diola) ; kundé (Malinké)

Reference VA 04
Author: Amadou, D.
Title: Traitement indigène des morsures de serpents. Bulletin des services zootechniques et des épizooties de l'Afrique occidentale française, (A.O. F.), 2, 1, 80 - 81, (1939) From reference: VB 10
Symptoms: V(020)
Recipes: V(020), powder from 3 parts of roots, 1part from a viper head, raven liver dried, inserted into widened wound
Region: West Africa
Country: West Africa (Wolof)
Vernacular name: not registered

Reference VA 37
Author: Alawa, J. P., G.E. Jokthan, K. Akut
Title: Ethnoveterinary medical practice for ruminants in the subhumid zone of northern Nigeria Preventive Veterinary Medicine, 54 (2002) 79 - 90
Symptoms: V(008), V(033)
Recipes: Vb(008), grind dried barks of Guiera senegalensis, with roots and barks of Parkia biglobosa of Mangifera indica of Vitex doniana and mix in H2O, VO.10 cl, 1 X / day
Vb(033), grind dry bark + H2O, VO., 20 cl., 2 X / day
Vb(033), squash apical part including buds and leaves + H2O, VO., 15 cl. 2 X / day
Region: West Africa
Country: Nigeria (Nothern zone, Sabon Gari and Giwa district)
Vernacular name: not registered

Reference VB 05
Author: Berhaut, J.
Title: Flore illustrée du Sénégal, 5 tomes.Gouvernement du Sénégal, Ministère du développement rural et de l'hydraulique, Direction des eaux et forêts, Dakar, (1971 - 1975)
Symptoms: V(002), V(033), V(091)
Recipes: V(002), V(033), V(091), Crossopteryx febrifuga, Guiera senegalensis, Heeria insignis, ONS., RNS.
Region: West Africa
Country: Senegal
Vernacular name: not registered

Reference VB 10a
Author: Bizimana, N., U. Tietjen, K-H Zessin, D. Diallo, C. Djibril, M. F. Melzig, P.H. Clausen
Title: Evaluation of medicinal plants from Mali for their in vitro and in vivo trypanocidal activity. Journal of Ethnopharmacology, Volume 103, pp. 350 - 356, (2006)
Symptoms: V(054)
Recipes: Vb(054) trypanosomiasis, roots, leaves of Guiera senegalensis in decoction, VO.
Region: West Africa
Country: Mali (southern part)
Vernacular name: nkunje (Bambara)

Reference VC 01 bis
Author: Carrière, M.
Title: Flore de Guinée: appellation vernaculaires et usages traditionnels de quelques plantes Document qui reprend l'essentiel des informations publiées en 1994 par le Ministère de la Coopération Française et le CIRAD-EMVT, dans un ouvrage, aujourd'hui épuisé,
Symptoms: H(007), H(037), H(051), H(095) H(173)
Recipes: H(007) diuretics and H(051) febrifuges, leaves of Guiera senegalensis , infusion (HP 53 Pobeguin 1906 from reference VC 01 bis)
H(095) leaves, decoction, are used by women to wash the milking gourds, to have a lot of cream (HP 53 Pobeguin 1906 from reference VC 01 bis)
H(037), H(173),decoction, leaves in decoction against chest diseases and leprosy (HA 41 Aubréville 1950 from reference VC 01 bis)
Region: West Africa
Country: Guinea Conakry
Vernacular name: koumbani, koumbéné, koungbénèn, koumgbénin, kongouélé, koundié, kougnié (Malinké), guélodi, mamanguélodi, yéloko, yéloki(Poular)

Reference VC 08
Author: Curasson, M.G.
Title: Les plantes de l'Afrique occidentale considérées par les indigènes comme galactologues. Bulletin des services zootechniques et des épizooties de l'A.O.F., 1, 1, 13 - 16, (1938) From reference: VB 10
Symptoms: V(002)
Recipes: Vb(002), leaves, R.N.S.
Region: West Africa
Country: Guinea Conakry
Vernacular name: not registered

Reference VC 09b
Author: Curasson, M.G.
Title: Arbre, arbustes, buissons et fourrages spontanés divers en régions tropicales et subtropicales.Revue d' élevage et de médecine vétérinaire des pays tropicaux, Tome 6 (nouvelle série) n° 1, 37 - 56, 91-112, 1953
Symptoms: V(002)
Recipes: Vb(002), ONS., RNS
Region: West Africa
Country: Guinea (ex. French) (Peul)
Vernacular name: not registered

Reference VC 10
Author: Curasson, M.G.
Title: Sur quelques coutumes et légendes indigènes concernant la lactation. Revue d' élevage et de médecine vétérinaire des pays tropicaux, n° 3, 184 - 186, (1949) from WWW : http://remvt.cirad.fr/cd/EMVT49_4.PDF
Symptoms: V(002)
Recipes: V(002), ONS., RNS.
Region: not signalized
Country: not signalized
Vernacular name: not registered

Reference VD 02
Author: Dalziel, J.M.
Title: The useful plants of west tropical Africa. The Crown Agents for the Colonies, 4, Millbank, Westminster, London, S.W.1, 612 p., (1937)
Symptoms: V(002), V(095), V(104), V(108)
Recipes: Vb(002), Vb(095), leaves, RNS.
Veq(104), leaves Capsicum annuum, Guiera senegalensis, Hyptis pectinata + Indigo + H2O, RNS.
V‚q(108), ONS.decoction, inhalation + Hyptis pectinata
Region: West Africa
Country: Nigeria
Vernacular name: not registered

Reference VD 06
Author: Dupiré, M.
Title: Pharmacopée Peule du Niger et du Cameroun. Bull. IFAN, XIX, sér. B, 3-4, 382 - 417, (1957)
Symptoms: V(201)
Recipes: Vb(201) charm for the prosperity of the herd, flowers of Guiera senegalensis , leaves of Acacia burdehi (Acacia burkei???), pound and add the curd, VO. (Peul receipts of Madaoua, Niger)
Region: West Africa
Country: Niger
Vernacular name: geloki (Peul of Niger), sabara (Hausa), puri (Bororo of Cameroon)

Reference VD 06
Author: Dupiré, M.
Title: Pharmacopée Peule du Niger et du Cameroun. Bull. IFAN, XIX, sér. B, 3-4, 382 - 417, (1957)
Symptoms: V(201)
Recipes: Vb(201) charm for the prosperity of the herd, fruits and barks of Ficus capensis of Ficus congensis of Ficus goliath of flowers of Bauhinia thonningii of Ficus sp.(kalhaldihi) of Ficus platyphylla of roots of Guiera senegalensis of Protea angolensis. The whole is dried, powdered, put in a bag of gray cow skin and is worn on the wrist or absorbed daily in the morning (recipe Wodabe of Adamawa, Cameroon)
Region: West Africa
Country: Cameroon
Vernacular name: geloki (Peul of Niger), sabara (Hausa), puri (Bororo of Cameroon)

Reference VK 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: V(002), V(033)
Recipes: Vb(002), bark stems, Annona senegalensis, Guiera senegalensis, Heeria insignis, Crossopteryx febrifuga, RNS.
Vb(033), bark stems, RNS., Heeria insignis, Guiera senegalensis, Crossopteryx febrifuga
Region: West Africa
Country: Senegal
Vernacular name: géloki (Peul, Tocolor), eloko (Firdou, Fouladou)

Reference VK 15
Author: Kerharo, J. & J.G. Adam
Title: La pharmacopée sénégalaise traditionnelle. Plantes médicinales et toxiques. Editions Vigot Frères, Paris, 1011 p., (1974)
Symptoms: V(002), V(091), V(033)
Recipes: V(002, 2), V(091), V(033, 2 ), RNS, ONS, +Heeria insignis+ Crossopteryx febrifuga.
Region: West Africa
Country: Senegal
Vernacular name: nger (Wolof); géloki, gélodé, elloko, eloko (Peul-toucouleur)

Reference VK 17
Author: Koumare, F.
Title: Quelques données sur les conceptions et la pratique de la médecine et pharmacopée vétérinaires indigènes. Ouvrage inédit, 81 p. , (1933) Documentation du Sous-Réseau PRÉLUDE
Symptoms: V(008), V(046), V(054), V(059), V(108)
Recipes: Veq(008) , leaves, infusion, VO.
Vb(008) , leaves, maceration, VO. (for tjartel = black and fetid diaorrhea)
Veq(008) , leaves, maceration, liquid + crushed garlic, VO. ( poussel = red diarrhoea and dysentery
Vb(008) , Guiera senegalensis dry leaves 1 day, powder + Combretum ghasalense, dry leaves 1 day, powder + grilled millet , powder + Hibiscus sp., skins of fruits, decantation, powder, VO.
Vb(054), pounded leaves, maceration, salt (natron), liquid 2 to 3 l (trypano = boubal = souma)
Vb(059), (m'boye guite), pounded leaves, infusion, Guiera senegalensis + Combretum ghasalense + pods Allium cepa, diluted in millet bran + H2O
V‚q(046), Veq(108) , burned leaves, fumigation with old linen and hair
Region: West Africa
Country: Mali
Vernacular name: n'goundie

Reference VK 28
Author: Koné, W. M., K. Kamanzi Atindehou
Title: Ethnobotanical inventory of medicinal plants used in traditional veterinaty medicine in Northern Côte d'Ivoire (West Africa). South African Journal of Botany, Volume 74, pp. 76 - 84, (2008) http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0254629907003651
Symptoms: V(001), V(008), V(014)
Recipes: Vb(001), Vo(001), Vc(001) eyes diseases , powder of stem barks of Guiera senegalensis, local application, 2 X / daily
Vb(008), Vo(008), Vc(008) diarrhoea powder of stem barks of Guiera senegalensis mixed in warm H2O, VO., 1 l. , 1 X / daily
Vb(014), Vc(014), Vo(014) skin diseases (scabies), powder of stem barks of Guiera senegalensis mixed with shea butter, local application
Region: West Africa
Country: Ivory Coast (Northern)
Vernacular name: not communicated by the authors

Reference VL 01
Author: Larrat, M.
Title: Médecine et pharmacie indigènes: Trypanosomiases et piroplasmoses, (1939) From reference:e VB 10
Symptoms: V(025), V(054)
Recipes: V(025), V(054), in a mixing of differents plants specialy in fumigation in the evening from seeds Gossypium sp. , pimento of Guiera senegalensis , stem's barks Acacia sp. , juice of Commiphora africanasee: Acacia senegal, Acacia sp., Adansonia digitata, Afzelia africana, Anogeissus leiocarpus, Butyrospermum paradoxum, Cassia sieberiana, Cissus quadrangularis, Cordyla pinnata, Diospyros mespiliformis, Erythrophleum suaveolens, Gossypium sp., Guiera senegalensis, Hibiscus cannabinus, Mitragyna inermis, Vitex sp.
Region: West Africa
Country: West Africa
Vernacular name: yeloco-yeloki (Fulfulde-Fula)

Reference VL 2k
Author: Lely, H.V.
Title: The useful trees of Northern Nigeria. Published by the Crown Agents for the Colonies, 4 Millbank, London, S.W.1128 p., (1925)
Symptoms: V(039), V(108)
Recipes: V(039), V(108), the shrub is burnt round cattle, sheep and goat camps to keep off the flies and as a remedy for colds in such herds.
Region: West Africa
Country: Nigeria
Vernacular name: sabara

Reference VM 45
Author: Maikai, V. A., U. Abubakar, A.A. Salman,, and T. N. Inuwa
Title: Preliminary Survey of Medicinal Plants Used in Treatment of Animal Trypanosomosis in Kaduna State, Nigeria Ethnobotanical Leaflets 14: 319-26. (2010) http://www.ethnoleaflets.com/leaflets/kadunapa.htm
Symptoms: V(054)
Recipes: Vb(054, 18) leaves of Guiera senegalensis were prepared by soaking or boiling in water and drenched, or pounded and mixed with the feed of the sick animal
Region: West Africa
Country: Nigeria (Kaduma state)
Vernacular name: sabara (Hausa)

Reference VN 02
Author: Nwude, N. & M.A. Ibrahim
Title: Plants used in traditional veterinary medical practice in Nigeria. Journal of veterinary pharmacology and therapeutics, Volume 3, 261 - 273, (1980)
Symptoms: V(001), V(006), V(018), V(104)
Recipes: Vb(001)Vb(018), leaves, decoction, inhalation of vapors, or leaves deposited on warm ashes, inhalation of vapors --- V(006), V(104), pounded leaves+ H2O, VO.
Region: West Africa
Country: Nigeria
Vernacular name: sabara (Hausa)

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: Vo(095), Vb(095) leaves of Guiera senegalensis very few researched, leaves fairly researched by animals
Region: Central Africa
Country: Cameroon (North region)
Vernacular name: not communicated by the author

Reference VP 06
Author: Pordié, L. & M. Magaud
Title: Soins vétérinaires populaires en pays peul. Le cas de la trypanosomiase animale. Ethnopharmacologia, no 27, p.12 - 30 (septembre 2001). Bulletin de la société française d'ethnopharmacologie et de la société européenne d'ethnopharmacologie
Symptoms: V(000)
Recipes: Vb(000), ONS., RNS. Because of the heterogeneousness of knowledges and practices (sometimes magic), the mixture of the categories of diseases on behalf of the tribes Peul, the authors do not make any report with pathologies
Region: West Africa
Country: Senegal (Peul of the Sine salum region)
Vernacular name: gelooLi, ggelopi, géram

Reference VS 03
Author: SEPASAL DATABASE
Title: Center for Economic Botany, Royal Botanic Gardens.Kew, Richmond, Surrey TW9 3AE, UK.
Symptoms: V(000), V(095)
Recipes: V(000), V(095), ONS., RNS.
Region: West Africa
Country: West Africa
Vernacular name: not registered

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(104)
Recipes: Vb(104, f), decoction leaves, + sugger, VO.
Region: West Africa
Country: Mauritania
Vernacular name: ekorma (Arabe), yelooki (Pulaar)

Reference VT 02
Author: Tamboura, H.H., H. Kaboré & S.M. Yaméogo
Title: Ethnomédecine et pharmacopée vétérinaires traditionnelles dans le Passoré. Rev. Méd. Pharm. Afr., Vol. 11 - 12, 99 - 118, (1997 - 1998) et Ethnomédecine vétérinaire et pharmacopée traditionnelle dans le plateau central du Burkina Faso : cas de la province du Passoré. Biotechnol. Agrom. Soc. Environ. Vol. 2 (3), 181-191 (1998)
Symptoms: V(005), V(041)
Recipes: Vb(005, 1) (gugare, gugale, puwudugu (Moor‚) bakale(Peulh), VO. 1x / day, 3 days, knots on stalks, burned, crushed + H2O + salt + paint
Vb(041, 1) (taondre, nagtaonga, lalogo (Moor‚), pidel (Peul)), VO., 1X, maceration of roots in potash + some drops in nostril
Region: Sahelian Africa
Country: Burkina-Faso (Passore province)
Vernacular name: wilenwiiga (Mooré)

Reference VZ 00
Author: Z-Anonyme
Title: Médecine indigène : Traitements internes et magico-religieux de la lymphangite épizootique. Bulletin des services Services zootechniques et des épizooties de l'A.O.F. ,4, 1, 56 - 59, (1941) From ref.: VB 10
Symptoms: V(086)
Recipes: Vch(086), pounded leaves with bran, VO. or leaves in powder + honey, VO.
Region: West Africa
Country: West Africa (Hausa)
Vernacular name: not registered