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Official name: Syzygium cordatum Hochst. in C.Krauss
Family: Myrtaceae
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Reference HA 22
Author: Arnold, H.-J. & M. Gulumian
Title: Pharmacopoeia of traditional medicine in Venda. Journal of Ethnopharmacology, Volume 12, pp. 35 -74, (1984) http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/0378874184900862
Symptoms: H(004), H(018), H(116)
Recipes: H(004), bark Syzygium cordatum, Bridelia micrantha + thorns Fagara davyi (munungu), decoction, wound exposed to steam, infected wounds
H(018), roots burned, ashes on cuts on the fronthead
H(116), roots, maceration, VO., 2X / day
Region: South Africa
Country: South Africa (Venda country)
Vernacular name: mutu (Luvenda)

Reference HB 37M
Author: Bossard, E.
Title: Quelques notes sur l'alimentation et les apports nutritionnels occultes en Angola. Garcia de Orta, Sér. Bot., Lisboa, 13 (1), 7 - 41 (1996)
Symptoms: H(095)
Recipes: H(095) occasional food complement, fruit of Syzygium cordatum
Region: West Africa
Country: Angola (regions of Planalto and littoral))
Vernacular name: (omu)kungu (Kiolo), jambolao-africano (Portuguese)

Reference HC 16
Author: Chinemana, F., R.B. Drummond, S. Mavi & I. De Zoysa
Title: Indigenous plant remedies in Zimbabwe. Journal of Ethnopharmacology, Volume 14, pp.159 - 172, (1985)
Symptoms: H(187)
Recipes: H(187) depressed fontanelle, burnt barks placed on fontanelle and inside the roof of the mouth
Region: East Africa
Country: Zimbabwe
Vernacular name: not registered

Reference HC 20
Author: Chhabra, S.C. & R. L. A. Mahunnah
Title: Plants used in Traditional medicine by Hayas of the Kagera region, Tanzania Economic Botany, 48 (2), pp. 121-129, (1994)
Symptoms: H(034), H(051)
Recipes: H(034) cardiacpalpitation, a decoction of the pounded twigs of Syzygium cordatum, together with those of Desmodium adscendens (Sw.) De. var. robustum , Tephrosia linearis and Parinari curatellifolia , VO.
H(051) paludismdim, decoction of the twigs of Dissotis debilis, together with those of Syzygium cordatum., Crotalaria microcarpa .. Kotschya africana and Anthospermum herbaceum L. f. var. herbaceum, VO.
Region: Central Africa
Country: Tanzania (Kagera region)
Vernacular name: mkosho, mnuma (Kiswahili)

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(013), H(100)
Recipes: H(100) HIV/AIDS opportunistic infections : H(013) herpes zoster, H(013) herpes simplex, H(013) skin rashes, leaves, barks of Syzygium cordatum, RNS., rubbing
Region: West Africa
Country: Namibia (Caprivi region
Vernacular name: musheshe (Lozi)

Reference HC 25
Author: Corrigan, B.M. , B.-E. Van Wyk, C.J. Geldenhuys, J.M. Jardine
Title: Ethnobotanical plant uses in the KwaNibela Peninsula, St Lucia, South Africa South African Journal of Botany 77, 346–359 (2011)
Symptoms: H(004), H(095)
Recipes: H(004), the leaves and the stem are boiled in H2O and the H2O is gargled to disinfect a wound in the mouth
: H(095), the fruit of Syzygium cordatum is eaten
Region: South Africa
Country: South Africa
Vernacular name: umDoni

Reference HD 21
Author: de Wet, H. , M.N. Nkwanyana, S.F. van Vuuren
Title: Medicinal plants used for the treatment of diarrhoea in northern Maputaland, KwaZulu-Natal Province, South Africa Journal of Ethnopharmacology, volume 130, pp. 284–289, (2010)
Symptoms: H(008)
Recipes: H(008, 7) diarrhoea, bark of Syzygium cordatum is crushed and mixed with water and boiled. The infusion (60 ml) is drunk three times a day, until diarrhoea subsides.
Region: South Africa
Country: South Africa (northen Maputaland, KwaZulu-Natal Province)
Vernacular name: umdoni

Reference HD 23
Author: De Wet , H., V.N. Nzama, S.F. Van Vuuren
Title: Medicinal plants used for the treatment of sexually transmitted infections by lay people in northern Maputaland, KwaZulu–Natal Province, South Africa South African Journal of Botany, Volume 78, pp. 12 - 20, (2012) free full-text available on http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/journal/02546299/78
Symptoms: H(100)
Recipes: H(100, 2) sexual transmitted infections, boil a handful of chopped bark of Sclerocarya birrea and Syzygium cordatum in 2 L of water for 15 min (if very strong, dilute 1 L of the above concoction with 1 L of water). Take 2 tb once or twice a day to treat gonorrhoea.
Region: South Africa
Country: South Africa (northen Maputaland, KwaZulu-Natal Province)
Vernacular name: umdoni

Reference HD 29
Author: de Wet, H. , S.Nciki, S.F. van Vuuren
Title: Medicinal plants used for the treatment of various skin disorders by a rural community in northern Maputaland, South Africa + Additional file
Symptoms: H(013), H(111), H(137)
Recipes: H(013) skin disorders, mix a handful of chopped bark of Acacia burkei with the same amount of bark of Ozoroa engleri, Sclerocarya birrea, Syzygium cordatum, Tabernaemontana elegans and two handfuls of fresh Lippia javanica leaves in 2 L of water and boil for 2 hrs. Strain when cool and half a glass (±125 mL) is taken by adults and a size eight syringe (± 240 mL) as an enema for the treatment of sores. Children take quarter a glass (± 62 mL) of the decoction and use a size two syringe (± 60 mL) as an enema. The decoction is taken three times a day for two weeks after which the sores begin to heal.
H(111) burn, dried pounded bark of Sclerocarya birrea in combination with Syzygium cordatum bark is applied to burns, twice a day for two weeks after which burned area becomes dry and starts to heal.
H(137) sores, a handful of dry or fresh chopped bark is boiled in 2 L of water. Half a glass of the decoction is taken by adults twice a day for the treatment of sores. Children take one table spoon (See the reference HD 29 and HD 29_supl )
Region: South Africa
Country: South Africa (northern Maputaland)
Vernacular name: umdoni

Reference HG 02
Author: Glover, P.E., J. Stewart & M.D. Gwynne
Title: Masai and Kipsigis notes on East african plants, Part III - Medicinal uses of plants. East African agricultural and forestry journal, 32, 2, 200 - 207, (1966)
Symptoms: H(104)
Recipes: H(104), ponded bark in cold H2O, VO.
Region: East Africa
Country: Kenya
Vernacular name: not registered

Reference HG 09
Author: Gessler, M.C., D.E. Msuya, M.H.H. Nkunya, L.B. Mwasumbi, A. Schär, M. Heinrich & M. Tanner
Title: Traditional healers in Tanzania: the treatment of malaria with plant remedies Journal of Ethnopharmacology, Volume 48, pp. 131 - 144, (1995)
Symptoms: H(051)
Recipes: H(051) paludism,barks roots, decoction, VO., to diminish the fever
Region: East Africa
Country: Tanzania
Vernacular name: mugege

Reference HH 16
Author: Haerdi, F.
Title: Afrikanische Heilpflanzen. Die Eingeborenen-Heilpflanzen des Ulanga- Distriktes Tanganjikas (Ostafrika). Acta tropica, Suppl. 8, 1-278 (1964) Published : 1964, Verlag für Recht und Gesellschaft (Basel)
Symptoms: H(004), H(113)
Recipes: H(004) wounds, bark powder of Syzygium cordatum in local application
H(113) rheumatism, barks ashes + oil on scarifications
H(113) rheumatism, leaves juice, VO.
Region: East Africa
Country: Tanzania
Vernacular name: mlendamaji (Kimbunga, Kipogoro), munwamaji (Kindamba), muwenge (Kihehe)

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(135)
Recipes: H(135), bark or root, decoction, VO.
Region: East Africa
Country: East Africa
Vernacular name: not registered by the investigators

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(013), H(014)
Recipes: H(013) skin rashes, H(014) herpes simplex, H(014) herpes zoster, leaves, bark, RNS. (opportunistic infection from HIV/AIDS)
Region: East Africa
Country: Tanzania (Buhkoba rural district)
Vernacular name: omugege (Haya)

Reference HM 28
Author: Mandu, P., D. J. Berger, C., ole Saitabau, C., Nasieku, J. Kipelian, M. Mathenge, S.G., Morimoto, Y., Höft
Title: Ethnobotany of the Loita Maasai: Towards community management of the forest of the lost child - Experiences from the Loita Ethnobotany project. People and Plants working paper 8. UNESCO, Paris (2001) http://www.regkew.org.uk/peopleplants/wp/wp8/index.html
Symptoms: H(095)
Recipes: H(095) childeren and woman looking after cattle, VO. fruits of Syzygium cordatum
Region: East Africa
Country: Kenya (Naimina Enkiyio (Loita) Forest)
Vernacular name: olairagai

Reference HM 30
Author: Mathabe, M.C., R.V. Nikolova, N. Lall, N.Z. Nyazema
Title: Antibacterial activities of medicinal plants used for the treatment of diarrhoea in Limpopo Province, South Africa. Journal of Ethnopharmacology, Volume 105, pp. 286 - 293 (2006)
Symptoms: H(008)
Recipes: H(008), stem bark of Syzygium cordatum, decoction, VO.
Region: South Africa
Country: South Africa (Limpopo Province)
Vernacular name: montlho

Reference HM 34
Author: Maundu, P., D. Berger, C. Ole Saitabau, J. Nasieku, M. Kipelian, S. Mathenge, Y. Morimoto, R. Höft
Title: Ethnobotany of the Loita Maasai. People and Plants Working Paper 8. Unesco, Paris, 34 p. (2001)
Symptoms: H(095)
Recipes: H(095), edible fruit ingested by children and women looking after cattle
Region: East Africa
Country: Kenya (Naimina Enkiyio (Loita) Forest)
Vernacular name: olairagai

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(051), H(095), H(104), H(108)
Recipes: H(051) fever , H(104) stomach troubles, H(108) cold, leaves of Syzygium cordatum, RNS.
H(095) fruit, VO.
Region: South Africa
Country: South Africa (Venda country)
Vernacular name: mutu (Venda)

Reference HN 26
Author: Nanyingi, M. O., J. M Mbaria, A. L. Lanyasunya, C. G. Wagate, K. B Koros, H. F Kaburia, R. W Munenge & W. O Ogara
Title: Ethnopharmacological survey of Samburu District, Kenya. Journal of Ethnobiology and Ethnomedicine, 4:14 (2008)
Symptoms: H(008) + H(104)
Recipes: H(008) + H(104) gastrointestinal diseases complication, leaves of Syzygium cordatum, hot decoction, VO.
Region: East Africa
Country: Kenya (Samburu district)
Vernacular name: loiragi (Samburu)

Reference HN 38
Author: Netshiungan, E. N.
Title: Notes on the uses of indigenous trees in Venda Journal of Dendrology 1: 12-17 (1981) (From reference HM 58)
Symptoms: H(095)
Recipes: H(095) fruit of Syzygium cordatum , VO.
Region: South Africa
Country: South Africa (Venda country)
Vernacular name: mutu (Venda)

Reference HO 17
Author: Okello, S.V., Nyunja R.O., Netondo G.W. & Onyango J.C.
Title: Ethnobotanical study of medicinal plants used by Sabaot of Mt. Elgon Kenya African Journal of Traditional, Complementary and Alternative Medicines Volume 7, No. 1, pp 1-10 (2010)
Symptoms: H(008)
Recipes: H(008) diarrhoea, decoction of roots barks of Syzygium cordatum, RNS. (Probably VO.)
Region: East Africa
Country: Kenya (Mont Elgon region)
Vernacular name: lamaywet (Sabaot)

Reference HO 18
Author: Olajuyigbe, O. O. and A. J. Afolayan
Title: Ethnobotanical survey of medicinal plants used in the treatment of gastrointestinal disorders in the Eastern Cape Province, South Africa Journal of Medicinal Plants Research Vol. 6(18), pp. 3415-3424, 16 May, 2012 http://www.academicjournals.org/JMPR/PDF/pdf2012/16May/Olajuyigbe%20and%20Afolayan.pdf
Symptoms: H(008), H(104)
Recipes: H(008) diarrhoea, H(104) stomach complaints, decoction and concoction of bark, leaves and roots of Syzygium cordatum
Region: South Africa
Country: South Africa, Eastern Cape Province)
Vernacular name: umsu

Reference HS 18
Author: Ssegawa, P., J. M. Kasenene
Title: Medicinal plant diversity and uses in Sango bay area, Southern Uganda. Journal of Ethnopharmacology, Volume 113, pp. 521 - 540, (2007)
Symptoms: H(027z), H(126)
Recipes: H(027z, 2) pregnancy disorders, H(126, 2) jaundice, H(091) anaemia after delivery, leaves of Syzygium cordatum, decoction, VO.
H(126) jaundice, barks of Syzygium cordatum, decoction, VO.
Region: East Africa
Country: Uganda (Sango bay area)
Vernacular name: mugeege

Reference HW 52
Author: Van Wyk, P.
Title: Trees of the kruger National Park Purnell, Cape Town (1972 - 1974). (From reference HM 58)
Symptoms: H(095)
Recipes: H(095) fruit of Syzygium cordatum , VO.
Region: South Africa
Country: South Africa (Kruger National Park)
Vernacular name: mutu (Venda)

Reference HY 04
Author: York, T., H. de Wet, S.F. van Vuuren
Title: Plants used for treating respiratory infections in rural Maputaland, KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa Journal of Ethnopharmacology, 135, 696–710, (2011) http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S037887411100239X
Symptoms: H(037), H(051), H(098)
Recipes: H(082) respiratory desease, chop a piece of mature bark of Sclerocarya birrea , as well as the bark of Syzygium cordatum and mix a handful of each with 2 L of water before bringing to the boil. Take 2 tbsps of this decoction twice a day to treat H(037) cough, H(051) fever and a runny nose. Children only take one teaspoon twice a day.
H(082) respiratory desease, leaves or bark Terminalia sericea used in combination with Syzygium cordatum and a plant known as "intolwane’, as previously described, to treat H(037) coughs, H(098) sleepless nights and a runny or blocked nose.
Region: South Africa
Country: South Africa (Maputaland, KwaZulu-Natal)
Vernacular name: umdoni (local names)

Reference VB 36
Author: Balagizi, I. , A. Cihyoka & S. Mapatano
Title: Balagizi, I. , A. Cihyoka & S. Mapatano
Symptoms: V(014), V(035), V(068), V(095)
Recipes: Vb(014) itch (kayaga), leaves of Maesa lanceolata of Eucalyptus globulus, roots of Syzygium cordatum, to pound and to rub localy 2 X / day
Vb(035) theileriosis (bibagoliro), 2 soup spoons of powder of Tetradenia riparia, 1 soup spoon of powder of Plectranthus barbatus, 2 soup spoons of powder of roots of Syzygium cordatum, to mix in 2 liters H2O, VO., 1 liter 2 X / day during 5 days (half dosis for the calf)
Vl(068) liver worms, 1 handfull of leaves of Senna didymobotrya, barks of Syzygium cordatum, to pound, maceration (H2O), filter, VO. 5 ml 1 X / day during 7 days
Vl(095), 1 handfull of leaves of Senna didymobotrya, barks of Syzygium cordatum, to pound, maceration (H2O), filter, to sprinkle this solution on the litter the young rabbits
Region: Central Africa
Country: Democratic republic of Congo (Kivu)
Vernacular name: cikobarhi, mugorhe (Mashi), muowe (Lega) (Kinande), muote (Kitembo), umugote (Kinyarwanda), isu (Nyindu)

Reference VC 03
Author: Cihyoka, M. A.
Title: AGEEP-Bushi, Bukavu. Kagala, Savoir paysan du Bushi. Journées Kagala du 27/12/94 et 22/01/95, (Kabare) Documentation of the Sub-Network PRELUDE
Symptoms: V(035)
Recipes: Vc(035), Vb(035), Vo(035) (= bibagaliro), leaves Coleus kilimanschari + Sysigium cordatum + Tetradenia riparia , RNS.
Region: Central Africa
Country: Democratic republic of Congo (ex. Zaïre) (Bushi, South - Kivu)
Vernacular name: cikobarhi (Mashi)

Reference VN 26
Author: Nanyingi, M. O., J. M Mbaria, A. L. Lanyasunya, C. G. Wagate, K. B Koros, H. F Kaburia, R. W Munenge, W. O Ogara
Title: Ethnopharmacological survey of Samburu District, Kenya. Journal of Ethnobiology and Ethnomedicine 2008, 4:14 doi:10.1186/1746-4269-4-14
Symptoms: V(008) + V(104)
Recipes: V(008) + V(104) gastrointestinal diseases complication, leaves of Syzygium cordatum, hot decoction, VO.
Region: East Africa
Country: Kenya (Samburu district)
Vernacular name: loiragi (Samburu)