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20 plants found in 19 references for the following symptom

Symptom: H(164)
Description: revulsive, rubefacient, vesicatory

1 reference(s) for Allium sativum L.
Official name: Allium sativum L.
Family: Alliaceae
Pictures: Allium_sativum1.jpg , HA01Allium_sativum.jpg , Allium_sativum2.jpg
Reference HT 20
Author: Terrac, M.-L.
Title: Contribution à l'étude des plantes médicinales de Madagascar, de la Réunion et de l'île Maurice. Thèse pour l'obtention du diplôme de Docteur de l'Université de Paris (Pharmacie), Novembre 1947. Imprimerie Vuibert, 6 rue Martel, Paris, 246 p., (1947)
Symptoms: H(048), H(050), H(068), H(090), H(099), H(103), H(104), H(130), H(164)
Recipes: H(048), H(050), H(068), H(090), H(099) hysteria, H(103), H(104) stomachic, H(130), H(164), ONS., RNS.
From references HT 20 - 4, HT 20 - 6, HT 20 - 9
Region: Madagascar, Reunion, Mauritius
Country: Madagascar, Mauritius, Reunion
Vernacular name: not registered

4 reference(s) for Capsicum annuum L.
Official name: Capsicum annuum L.
Family: Solanaceae
Pictures: Capsicum_annuum1.jpg , Capsicum_annuum3.jpg , Capsicum_annuum4.jpg , Capsicum_annuum5.jpg , HA05Capsicum_annuum.jpg , HR09Capsicum_annuum.jpg , HA06Capsicum_annuum.jpg , Capsicum_annuum6.jpg , Capsicum_annuum2.jpg
Reference B5 Nord
Author: Boulos, L.
Title: Medicinal plants of North Africa. Reference Publications, Inc., 218 St. Clair River Drive, Box 344, Algonac, Michigan 48001, 286p. , (1983)
Symptoms: H(007), H(091), H(094), H(095), H(104), H(139), H(164)
Recipes: Fruit a condiment, H(104) stomachic, H(007) diuretic, H(099x) stimulant, H(164) revulsive, H(091) tonic, H(139) aphrodisiac, externally used as H(164) rubefacient, H(094) anthihemorrhoidal in small doses..
THIS PLANT HAS NO SIGNALIZED USE IN VETERINARY MEDICINE IN NORTH AFRICA BUT WELL IN SUB-SAHARAN AFRICA
Region: North Africa
Country: Algeria, Egypt, Libya, Morocoo, Tunisia
Vernacular name: felfel ahmar;; felfel rumi; felfel haar, felfel helw ; felfel torshi, felfila. (Arabic),: Ifelfel ; chilla (Berber), capsicum, Red pepper, guinea pepper (English), piment des jardins ; piment cultivé; poivre de Guinée ; corail des jardins, poivre d’lnde; piment, capsique, poivrier long, poivron (local French)
Reference HG 07
Author: Getahun, A.
Title: Some common medicinal and poisonous plants used in ethiopian folk medicine. Faculty of Science, Addis Abeba University, Addis Abeba, Ethiopia, 63p., (1976)
Symptoms: H(068), H(068), H(164)
Recipes: H(068)amoeba, H(068)worms, ONS, RNS, H(164), external use, ONS, RNS,
Region: East Africa
Country: Ethiopia
Vernacular name: mitmitta (Amarinya)
Reference HN 16
Author: Ndukwu, B.C. and N.B.Ben-Nwadibia
Title: Ethnomedicinal aspects of plants used as spices and condiments in the Niger delta area of Nigeria Leaflets Journal on WWW : http://www.siu.edu/~ebl/leaflets/niger.htm
Symptoms: H(004), H(008), H(048), H(091), H(164), H(191)
Recipes: H(091), H(191), the fruits and seeds of pepper are highly pungent. They are used as stimulants and enhancing the circulation of blood especially in cold conditions.
H(048), H(164), they also serve as carminatives and rubefacients.
H(008), H(051), preparations of the fruits are taken against fever and dysentery.
H(004), powdered chilies are mixed with palm oil in treating cuts, wounds and dog bites.
Region: West Africa
Country: Nigeria
Vernacular name: isie; ekie, asie (Bini) ; ntokon; aman-ntuen; ntueen (Efik/Ibibio) ; ose; ose-oyibo; ose etore; ose nukwu; ose nwamkpi; ose mkpe (Igbo); ata-jije; ata-eiye; ata sisebe (Yoruba); cayenne; african pepper; guinea pepper; bir pepper; chilies (English):
Reference HS 06
Author: Staner, P. & R. Boutique
Title: Matériaux pour l'étude des plantes médicinales indigènes du Congo Belge. Mém. Institut royal colonial belge, Section des Sc. naturelles et médicales,Collection in-8°, fasc. 6 et dernier, 228 p., (1937)
Symptoms: H(037), H(075), H(094), H(096), H(113), H(164), H(190)
Recipes: H(037), fruit, external use, RNS.
H(075), fruit, external use, RNS.
H(096) + H(094), fruit, external use, RNS.
H(113) + H(164), fruit, internal use, revulsive, RNS.
H(190), fruit, external use, RNS.
Region: Central Africa
Country: Democratic republic of Congo (ex. Zaïre)
Vernacular name: not registered

7 reference(s) for Capsicum frutescens L.
Official name: Capsicum frutescens L.
Family: Solanaceae
Pictures: Capsicum_frutescens1.jpg , Capsicum_frutescens3.jpg , Capsicum_frutescens4.jpg , Capsicum_frutescens2.jpg , Capsicum_frutescens5.jpg , Capsicum_frutescens6.jpg , HA05Capsicum_frutescens.jpg , HR09Capsicum_frutescens.jpg , Capsicum_frutescens7.jpg
Reference B5 Nord
Author: Boulos, L.
Title: Medicinal plants of North Africa. Reference Publications, Inc., 218 St. Clair River Drive, Box 344, Algonac, Michigan 48001, 286p. , (1983)
Symptoms: H(075), H(091), H(094), H(095), H(104), H(139), H(164)
Recipes: Fruit used mainly as a H(095) condiment, H(091) tonic, H(075) appetizer, H(164) revulsive in aqueous solu tion, H(099) stimulant for gastric secretion, H(139) aphrodisiac
H(164) cataplasm revulsive, H(104) stomachic, antihemorrhoid.
THIS PLANT HAS NO SIGNALIZED USE IN VETERINARY MEDICINE IN NORTH AFRICA BUT WELL IN SUB-SAHARAN AFRICA
Region: North Africa
Country: Algeria, Egypt, Libya, Morocoo, Tunisia
Vernacular name: dar felfel j; felfel glib-el-ttir ; felfel merrakshi ; felfel haar (Arabic), bird pepper, goat pepper, spur pepper (English), piment enragé ; piment d’oiseau; piment de cayenne (local French):
Reference B7 Nord
Author: Bellakhdar, J., R. Claisse, J. Fleurentin & C. Younos
Title: Repertory of standard herbal drugs in the Moroccan pharmacopoea Journal of Ethnopharmacology, Volume 35, pp. 123 - 143 (1991) http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/037887419190064K
Symptoms: H(068), H(091), H(104), H(164)
Recipes: H(068) anthelmintic, H(091) stimulant, H(104) stomach pain, H(164) revulsive, fruit of Capsicum frutescens, RNS., (plante cultivée)
Region: North Africa
Country: Moroco
Vernacular name: sudânîya, felfla maraksiya
Reference HB 02
Author: Boiteau, P.
Title: Médecine traditionnelle et pharmacopée.Précis de matière médicale malgache. Agence de coopération culturelle et technique, (A.C.C.T.), Paris 141 p., (1986) From the data bank PHARMEL 2 (ref. HP 10)
Symptoms: H(006), H(031), H(037), H(050), H(104), H(115), H(124), H(164)
Recipes: H(006), ripe fruit of Capsicum frutescens, VO.
H(008) + H(104) stomachic, H(048) carminative, ripe fruit of Capsicum frutescens RNS.
H(031) + H(115), resin of Canarium madagascariesnse, dissolution in alcohol, ripe fruit of Capsicum frutescens, maceration, to filter, to dilute, massage
H(037) pulmonary congestion, ripe fruit of Capsicum frutescens, leaves of Cinnamomum camphora, to pound, maceration, massage
H(124) bleeding at the nose , ripe fruit of Capsicum, maceration (alcohol), to dilute (H2O), hip-bath
H(164), ripe fruit of Capsicum frutescens RNS., local application
Region: Madagascar
Country: Madagascar
Vernacular name: sakay
Reference HN 16
Author: Ndukwu, B.C. and N.B.Ben-Nwadibia
Title: Ethnomedicinal aspects of plants used as spices and condiments in the Niger delta area of Nigeria Leaflets Journal on WWW : http://www.siu.edu/~ebl/leaflets/niger.htm
Symptoms: H(001), H(004), H(008), H(013), H(014), H(018), H(036), H(037), H(048), H(051), H(082), H(091), H(100), H(108), H(113), H(135), H(151), H(155), H(164), H(191)
Recipes: H(091), H(191), the fruits and seeds of pepper are highly pungent. They are used as stimulants and enhancing the circulation of blood especially in cold conditions.
H(048), H(164), they also serve as carminatives and rubefacients.
H(008), H(051), preparations of the fruits are taken against fever and dysentery.
H(004), powdered chilies are mixed with palm oil in treating cuts, wounds and dog bites.
H(051) for the treatment of paludism, the unripe fruits of Capsicum frutescens together with the roots of Securidaca longipedunculata (violet tree), whole plant of Allium ascalonicum seeds of Aniphyllea species; old leaves of Carica papaya (pawpaw), roots of Citrullus vulgaris (cucumber), roots of Elais guineensis (oil palm) are powdered, then mixed with hot pap of Zea mays and taken orally for 3-4 days.
H(100), for the treatment of gonorrhoea, a mixture of hot pap and powdered mixture of unripe fruits of Capsicum frutescens, whole plant of Allium ascalonicum, leaves of Glyphaea lateriflora and tuber of Manihot esculenta are taken in the mornings for at least seven days
H(155), the ground formulation from the fruits of Piper guineense, Dioscorea bulbifera, Aframomum melegueta and Capsicum frutescens is mixed with aqueous extract of Citrus aurantifolia (lime) against tonsillitis
Region: West Africa
Country: Nigeria
Vernacular name: isie; ekie, asie (Bini) ; ntokon; aman-ntuen; ntueen (Efik/Ibibio) ; ose; ose-oyibo; ose etore; ose nukwu; ose nwamkpi; ose mkpe (Igbo); ata-jije; ata-eiye; ata sisebe (Yoruba); cayenne; african pepper; guinea pepper; bir pepper; chilies (English)
Reference HR 11
Author: Raponda-Walker, A. & R. Sillans
Title: Les Plantes utiles du Gabon. Encyclopédie biologique. Editions Paul Lechevalier, 12 rue de Tournon, Paris VI, 478 p. (1961)
Symptoms: H(095), H(164)
Recipes: H(053) purulent, pimento maceration in lemon juice, drops in ears ?
H(091) stimulating, H(164) revulsive, rubefacient, fruits, infusion, VO.
H(091) stimulating, H(164) revulsive, rubefacient, fruits of Capsicum frutescens, summit with flowers of Ocimum viride, filtered decoction, enema
Region: West Africa
Country: Gabon
Vernacular name: ntogolo (Mpongwè, Galoa, Nkomi, Orungu), itugulu (Ngowé), tokodo, ndongo (Mitsogo), nongo (Bavové, Ivéa), ndongo (Apindji, Simba, Baléngi, Kombè, Okandè)ndungu (Bavili, Baduma, Banzabi), nungu (Eshira, Bavarama, Bavungu, Bapunu, Masangu), andu (Mindumu, Ambamba, Batèkè) ndunga (Bawumpfu), ntangani (Béséki), ntangalyè (Bakèlè), ikadada (Benga), ntsèfu, byasi (Loango), okam (Fang)
Reference HS 06
Author: Staner, P. & R. Boutique
Title: Matériaux pour l'étude des plantes médicinales indigènes du Congo Belge. Mém. Institut royal colonial belge, Section des Sc. naturelles et médicales,Collection in-8°, fasc. 6 et dernier, 228 p., (1937)
Symptoms: H(037), H(075), H(094), H(096), H(113), H(164), H(190)
Recipes: H(037), fruit, external use, RNS.
H(075), fruit, external use, RNS.
H(096) + H(094), fruit, external use, RNS.
H(113) + H(164), fruit, internal use, revulsive, RNS.
H(190), fruit, external use, RNS.
Region: Central Africa
Country: Democratic republic of Congo (ex. Zaïre)
Vernacular name: not registered
Reference HV 54
Author: Van der Veen, L.J., S. Bodinga-bwa-Bodinga
Title: Une société traditionnelle noire africaine et ses plantes utiles : les Eviya du Gabon Document submitted for publication http://www.ddl.ish-lyon.cnrs.fr/fulltext/Van der Veen/Van der Veen_à paraître_a.pdf
Symptoms: H(014), H(053), H(091), H(164)
Recipes: H(014) tinea, pimento macerated in lemon juice, RNS.
H(053) purulent ear, ONS., decoction, RNS.
H(091) powerful stimulant, H(164) rubefacients, H(164) energetic repellent: infusions, enema
Region: West Africa
Country: Gabon (Eviya habitat)
Vernacular name: (O-)nongo , (Eviya language), Piment enragé,

1 reference(s) for Carica papaya L.
Official name: Carica papaya L.
Family: Caricaceae
Pictures: Carica_papaya6.jpg , Carica_papaya7.jpg , Carica_papaya3.jpg , Carica_papaya4.jpg , Carica_papaya_fa02075.jpg , Carica_papaya1.jpg , HA08Carica_papaya.jpg , HA05Carica_papaya.jpg , Carica_papaya11.jpg , Carica_papaya5.jpg , Carica_papaya2.jpg , Carica_papaya8.jpg , Carica_papaya9.jpg , Carica_papaya10.jpg
Reference HT 20
Author: Terrac, M.-L.
Title: Contribution à l'étude des plantes médicinales de Madagascar, de la Réunion et de l'île Maurice. Thèse pour l'obtention du diplôme de Docteur de l'Université de Paris (Pharmacie), Novembre 1947. Imprimerie Vuibert, 6 rue Martel, Paris, 246 p., (1947)
Symptoms: H(014), H(068), H(126), H(135), H(164), H(179)
Recipes: H(014) dermatosis, eczema, latex
H(015), H(179), decoction (H2O) roots
H(068) vermifuge, raw fruit + honey or syrup
H(068), seeds, RNS.
H(164), roots, RNS.
H(126), H(135), raw fruit
From references HT 20 - 1, HT 20 - 3, HT 20 - 4, HT 20 - 5, HT 20 - 6, HT 20 - 7, HT 20 - 8, HT 20 - 9
Region: Mauritius, Reunion
Country: Mauritius, Reunion
Vernacular name: not registered

2 reference(s) for Clematis flammula L.
Official name: Clematis flammula L.
Family: Ranunculaceae
Pictures: Clematis_flammula1.jpg , Clematis_flammula2.jpg , Clematis_flammula.jpg
Reference B6 Nord
Author: Bellakhdar, J.
Title: La pharmacopée marocaine traditionnelle: Médecine arabe ancienne et savoirs populaires. Ibis Press, 764 p. (1997)
Symptoms: H(108), H(113), H(126), H(127), H(127), H(164), H(175)
Recipes: H(113) sciatic + H(175), fresh plant, cataplasm (region of Marrakech)
H(108), H(126), H(127), H(127), H(164) dried plant in powder, VO. 1 spoon/day (regions of Marrakech and Sale)
Region: North Africa
Country: Moroco
Vernacular name: nar barda (Arabic) azenzu (Middle Atlas, Rif), clematite (local French)
Reference B7 Nord
Author: Bellakhdar, J., R. Claisse, J. Fleurentin & C. Younos
Title: Repertory of standard herbal drugs in the Moroccan pharmacopoea Journal of Ethnopharmacology, Volume 35, pp. 123 - 143 (1991) http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/037887419190064K
Symptoms: H(005), H(078), H(164)
Recipes: H(005) dropsy, H(078) local anti-tumor agent, H(164) vesicatory, H(164) revulsive, aerial part of the plant of the plant of Clematis flammula, RNS.
Region: North Africa
Country: Moroco
Vernacular name: nâr l-bârda, azenzu

2 reference(s) for Clematis hirsuta Guill. & Perr.
Official name: Clematis hirsuta Guill. & Perr.
Family: Ranunculaceae
Pictures: HR08Clematis_hirsuta.jpg , Clematis_hirsuta3.jpg , Clematis_hirsuta2.jpg , Clematis_hirsuta1.jpg
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(082), H(092), H(164), H(173)
Recipes: H(004), H(173), leaves of Clematis hirsuta , local application pretreatement
H(082) repiratory illness, undergound part witout barks of Clematis, pulp, local application
H(092), H(164) vesicant, whole plant of Clematis.
Region: West Africa
Country: Senegal
Vernacular name: not registered
Reference HP 00
Author: Pobeguin, M.
Title: Plantes médicinales de la Guinée française. Agriculture pratique des pays chauds, : T1 : 279 - 295, 387 - 394, 484 - 496, (1911) ;T2 : 37 - 45, 133 - 144, 233 - 238, (1911)
Symptoms: H(014), H(164), H(173)
Recipes: H(014) + H(173), roots, leaves, RNS.
H(164), roots, pounded leaves, skin application
Region: West Africa
Country: Guinea Conakry
Vernacular name: kipiti (Foula du Fouta-Djalon)

1 reference(s) for Clematis vitalba L.
Official name: Clematis vitalba L.
Family: Ranunculaceae
Pictures: Clematis_vitalba1.jpg , Clematis_vitalba4.jpg , Clematis_vitalba3.jpg , Clematis_vitalba5.jpg , Clematis_vitalba2.jpg
Reference B6 Nord
Author: Bellakhdar, J.
Title: La pharmacopée marocaine traditionnelle: Médecine arabe ancienne et savoirs populaires. Ibis Press, 764 p. (1997)
Symptoms: H(108), H(113), H(126), H(127), H(127), H(164), H(175)
Recipes: H(113) sciatic + H(175), fresh plant, cataplasm (region of Marrakech)
H(108), H(126), H(127), H(127), H(164) dried plant in powder, VO. 1 spoon/day (regions of Marrakech and Sale)
Region: North Africa
Country: Moroco
Vernacular name: nar barda (Arabic) azenzu (Middle Atlas, Rif), clematite (local French)

1 reference(s) for Dioscorea dumetorum (Kunth) Pax
Official name: Dioscorea dumetorum (Kunth) Pax
Family: Dioscoreaceae
Pictures: HR08Dioscorea_dumetorum.jpg , Dioscorea_dumetorum1.jpg , HA03Dioscorea_dumetorum.jpg
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(092), H(164)
Recipes: H(092), ONS. of Dioscorea dumetorum, VO.
H(164) rubefacient, ONS. of Dioscorea., local application
Region: West Africa
Country: Senegal
Vernacular name: not registered

2 reference(s) for Euphorbia resinifera Berg.
Official name: Euphorbia resinifera Berg.
Family: Euphorbiaceae
Pictures: Euphorbia_resinifera-koeh-059.jpg , Euphorbia_resinifera4.jpg , Euphorbia_resinifera3.jpg , Euphorbia_resinifera1.jpg , Euphorbia_resinifera2.jpg
Reference B5 Nord
Author: Boulos, L.
Title: Medicinal plants of North Africa. Reference Publications, Inc., 218 St. Clair River Drive, Box 344, Algonac, Michigan 48001, 286p. , (1983)
Symptoms: H(001), H(006), H(020), H(055), H(103), H(113), H(164)
Recipes: H(164) Resinous latex revulsive
H(020) used against snake bites, H(103) dental pains, H(113) rheumatism, for alopecia, H(055) emetic, cathartic, H(006) violent purgative
H(001) Latex mixed with honey and titurated is used for the preparation of a decongestive eye lotion.
Region: North Africa
Country: Morocoo
Vernacular name: lubanah maghrabi ; ferbyoun, zeggoum ; shawla beyda (Arabic), tikiout; takout, dermous; takert, lagmez, tanahot, tanar’ant (Berber), euphorbium gum-plant (English), euphorbe résinifère ; euphorbe, euphorbium, (local French)
Reference B6 Nord
Author: Bellakhdar, J.
Title: La pharmacopée marocaine traditionnelle: Médecine arabe ancienne et savoirs populaires. Ibis Press, 764 p. (1997)
Symptoms: H(001), H(006), H(020), H(103), H(113), H(130), H(164), H(179)
Recipes: H(113) + H(164), H(130) + H(164), resin kneaded with flour or semolina, local application (Moroco)
H(020), H(103), resin, external use (Moroco)
H(161), resin, external use (region of Beni-Mellal)
H(001), latex diluted in warm H2O, eyes wash (region of Beni-Mellal)
H(006), latex + honey + eggs white, strog purgative, dangerous (region of Beni-Mellal)
H(179), latex + honey + eggs white, dangerous (region of Beni-Mellal)
THIS PLANT HAS NO SIGNALIZED USE IN VETERINARY MEDICINE IN MOROCO FOR THIS REFERENCE BUT WELL IN SUB-SAHARAN AFRICA
Region: North Africa
Country: Moroco
Vernacular name: zaggûm, zaqqûm, zakkûm, banan el-ârd (Tadla), euphorbe résinifère (local French)

1 reference(s) for Euphorbia tirucalli L.
Official name: Euphorbia tirucalli L.
Family: Euphorbiaceae
Synonyms: Euphorbia laro Drake
Pictures: Euphorbia_tirucalli.jpg , Euphorbia_tirucalli4.jpg , Euphorbia_tirucalli5.jpg , Euphorbia_tirucalli1.jpg , HA05Euphorbia_tirucalli.jpg , Euphorbia_tirucalli3.jpg , Euphorbia_tirucalli2.jpg
Reference HT 20
Author: Terrac, M.-L.
Title: Contribution à l'étude des plantes médicinales de Madagascar, de la Réunion et de l'île Maurice. Thèse pour l'obtention du diplôme de Docteur de l'Université de Paris (Pharmacie), Novembre 1947. Imprimerie Vuibert, 6 rue Martel, Paris, 246 p., (1947)
Symptoms: H(055), H(101), H(164)
Recipes: H(055), H(101), H(164) vesicatory, pounded roots, RNS.
From references HT 20 - 3, HT 20 - 4, HT 20 - 14
Region: Madagascar, Reunion, Mauritius
Country: Madagascar, Mauritius, Reunion
Vernacular name: not registered

1 reference(s) for Ferula communis L.
Official name: Ferula communis L.
Family: Apiaceae
Pictures: Ferula_communis5.jpg , Ferula_communis3.jpg , Ferula_communis4.jpg , Ferula_communis2.jpg , Ferula_communis1.jpg , Ferula_communis.jpg
Reference C1 Nord
Author: Charnot, A.
Title: La toxicologie au Maroc. Mémoire de la Soc.. Sci. Nat. du Maroc, Rabat, n° 17, npv.. 1945, 826 p.
Symptoms: H(004) + H(045), H(113) + H(164)
Recipes: this plant produce a resin (fâsûh) used for
H(113) + H(164), friction
H(004) foots + H(045)
THIS PLANT HAS NO SIGNALIZED USE IN VETERINARY MEDICINE IN NORTH AFRICA FOR THIS REFERENCE
Region: North Africa
Country: Morocoo
Vernacular name: I-kelha, I-kelh, I-kleh (Arabic), ûffal, tuffalt (Berber),: férule, faux fenouil (local French)

1 reference(s) for Jatropha curcas L.
Official name: Jatropha curcas L.
Family: Euphorbiaceae
Synonyms: Jatropha acerifolia Salisb.; Jatropha afrocurcas Pax.
Pictures: Jatropha_curcas4.jpg , HA05Jatropha _curcas.jpg , Jatropha_curcas1.jpg , Jatropha_curcas2.jpg , Jatropha_curcas3.jpg
Reference HG 14
Author: Goossens, V.
Title: Catalogue des plantes du jardin botanique d'Eala (Congo Belge) Ministère des colonies, direction de l'agriculture, V. Goossens Bruxelles: Imprimerie industrielle et financière, 179 p., (1924)
Symptoms: H(006), H(164)
Recipes: H(006), leaves, RNS.
H(164), roots barks, RNS.
Region: Central Africa
Country: Democratic republic of Congo (ex. Zaïre) (ex. Belgian Congo) (Mongo region)
Vernacular name: not registered

2 reference(s) for Lepidium sativum L.
Official name: Lepidium sativum L.
Family: Brassicaceae
Pictures: Lepidium_sativum3.jpg , Lepidium_sativum1.jpg , Lepidium_sativum2.jpg
Reference B5 Nord
Author: Boulos, L.
Title: Medicinal plants of North Africa. Reference Publications, Inc., 218 St. Clair River Drive, Box 344, Algonac, Michigan 48001, 286p. , (1983)
Symptoms: H(002), H(013), H(033), H(037), H(048), H(091), H(095), H(100), H(108), H(139), H(164), H(186), H(196)
Recipes: Fresh plant eaten as H(196) antiscorbutic, H(095) nourishing, condiment
H(091) seeds tonique, H(139) aphrodisiac, H(186) aclive expeclorant, pulmonary H(099x) stimulant
crushed seeds mixed wjth honey or bot milk is taken for H(037) cough, tuberculosis, H(108) colds, pulmonary diseases, H(033) sterility, H(100) syphilis; also as a H(091) tonic, H(048) carminative, H(002) galactogogue
flour from seeds enter in the composition of H(164) revulsive, cataplasms against H(037) bronchitis and whitlow
cataplasm of seeds used to heal H(013) scrofulous ulcers
crushed seeds mixed with olive oil used as massage for H(091) rachitis
THIS PLANT HAS NO SIGNALIZED USE IN VETERINARY MEDICINE IN NORTH AFRICA BUT WELL IN SUB-SAHARAN AFRICA
Region: North Africa
Country: Algeria, Egypt, Libya, Morocoo, Tunisia
Vernacular name: reshad ; seeds: habb er-reshad ; horf ; tseffa, qerfa, ha]f (Arabic), belacheqine (Berber), garden cress, tongue-grass (English), cresson alénois ; cressonnette ; passerage cu(tivé, cresson des jardins (local French)
Reference B7 Nord
Author: Bellakhdar, J., R. Claisse, J. Fleurentin & C. Younos
Title: Repertory of standard herbal drugs in the Moroccan pharmacopoea Journal of Ethnopharmacology, Volume 35, pp. 123 - 143 (1991) http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/037887419190064K
Symptoms: H(022), H(037), H(091), H(164)
Recipes: H(022) delivery difficulties, H(037) broncho-pulmonary infections, H(091) tonicardiac, H(164) revulsive, seeds of Lepidium sativum, RNS.
Region: North Africa
Country: Moroco
Vernacular name: hebb- rsad, i-hurf

1 reference(s) for Piliostigma reticulatum (DC.) Hochst.
Official name: Piliostigma reticulatum (DC.) Hochst.
Family: Fabaceae
Synonyms: Bauhinia reticulata DC.
Pictures: Piliostigma_reticulatum1.jpg , Piliostigma _reticulatum.jpg , HA06Piliostigma_reticulatum.jpg
Reference HP 00
Author: Pobeguin, M.
Title: Plantes médicinales de la Guinée française. Agriculture pratique des pays chauds, : T1 : 279 - 295, 387 - 394, 484 - 496, (1911) ;T2 : 37 - 45, 133 - 144, 233 - 238, (1911)
Symptoms: H(004), H(008), H(051), H(104), H(143), H(164), H(173)
Recipes: H(004), second red bark, fresh application on wounds
H(008), leaves, RNS.
H(051), roots, RNS.
H(104), young buds, maceration, RNS.
H(104) childs, young buds, infusion, RNS.
H(143), leaves, RNS.
H(164), barks, ashes, local application
H(173), leaves, RNS
Region: West Africa
Country: Guinea Conakry
Vernacular name: niama (Malinke)yorokoye (Soussou)barke (Foula du Fouta-Djallon)

1 reference(s) for Piper nigrum L.
Official name: Piper nigrum L.
Family: Piperaceae
Pictures: Piper_nigrum1.jpg , Piper_nigrum2.jpg , Piper_nigrum3.jpg
Reference HB 02
Author: Boiteau, P.
Title: Médecine traditionnelle et pharmacopée.Précis de matière médicale malgache. Agence de coopération culturelle et technique, (A.C.C.T.), Paris 141 p., (1986) From the data bank PHARMEL 2 (ref. HP 10)
Symptoms: H(048), H(104), H(164), H(179)
Recipes: H(048) carmiunative, H(104) stomachic, whole rape fruit , RNS.
H(164) rubefacient, revulsive, seedss, RNS.
H(179) loins lithiasis, seeds of Piper nigrum, styliform and stigma of Zea mays, whole plant of Equisetum ramosissimum, rhizome of Cynodon dactylon, flowers of Hibiscus tiliaceus, decoction (H2O), VO.
Region: Madagascar
Country: Madagascar
Vernacular name: dipoavatra

1 reference(s) for Piper umbellatum L.
Official name: Piper umbellatum L.
Family: Piperaceae
Pictures: HA21Piper_umbellatum.jpg , Piper_umbellatum2.jpg , Piper_umbellatum1.jpg
Reference HN 16
Author: Ndukwu, B.C. and N.B.Ben-Nwadibia
Title: Ethnomedicinal aspects of plants used as spices and condiments in the Niger delta area of Nigeria Leaflets Journal on WWW : http://www.siu.edu/~ebl/leaflets/niger.htm
Symptoms: H(006), H(007), H(078), H(104), H(113), H(164), H(170)
Recipes: H(007), H(113), H(164), the fruits are used for diuretic and rubefacient purposes, and also against rheumatic pains.
H(006), leaves are boiled with local palm kernel oil as a laxative for pregnant women
H(104), H(170), leaf infusion is used as a remedy for stomach pains, anasarea and ascites in adults
H(078), H(113), a decoction of the root in local dry gin (alcohol) is used against inflammatory tumors and rheumatism.
Region: West Africa
Country: Nigeria
Vernacular name: ebe-ahanbi (Bini) ; njam nja (Igbo) ; ewe-efon; iyawe (Yoruba) ; yawe (Iwere) ; wild pepper ( (English)

4 reference(s) for Plumbago zeylanica L.
Official name: Plumbago zeylanica L.
Family: Plumbaginaceae
Pictures: Plumbago_zeylanica9.jpg , Plumbago_zeylanica2.jpg , Plumbago_zeylanica5.jpg , Plumbago_zeylanica3.jpg , Plumbago_zeylanica1.jpg , HA03Plumbago_zeylanica.jpg , Plumbago_zeylanica6.jpg , Plumbago_zeylanica7.jpg , Plumbago_zeylanica8.jpg
Reference HP 04
Author: Pernet, R. & G. Meyer
Title: Pharmacopée de Madagascar Publication de l'Institut de Recherche scientifique, Tananarive - Tsimbazaza, 86 p., (1957)
Symptoms: H(164)
Recipes: H(164), roots, RNS.
Region: Madagascar
Country: Madagascar
Vernacular name: not registered by the investigators
Reference HS 06
Author: Staner, P. & R. Boutique
Title: Matériaux pour l'étude des plantes médicinales indigènes du Congo Belge. Mém. Institut royal colonial belge, Section des Sc. naturelles et médicales,Collection in-8°, fasc. 6 et dernier, 228 p., (1937)
Symptoms: H(014), H(164)
Recipes: H(014) itch, ONS, RNS., (Sankuru)
H(164), roots, vesicatory propieties, RNS. (Kasai)
Region: Central Africa
Country: Democratic republic of Congo (ex. Zaïre) (Kasai, Sankuru)
Vernacular name: not registered
Reference HT 10
Author: Tadesse, D.
Title: Collecting medicinal plants at Bahir Dar Awraja. Germiplasm Newsletter, 18, 25-27, (1988)
Symptoms: H(113), H(164)
Recipes: H(113), H(164), ONS. of Plumbago zeylanica, RNS.
Region: West Africa
Country: Ethiopia (Northwest) (Bahir Dar Awraja)
Vernacular name: amera
Reference HT 20
Author: Terrac, M.-L.
Title: Contribution à l'étude des plantes médicinales de Madagascar, de la Réunion et de l'île Maurice. Thèse pour l'obtention du diplôme de Docteur de l'Université de Paris (Pharmacie), Novembre 1947. Imprimerie Vuibert, 6 rue Martel, Paris, 246 p., (1947)
Symptoms: H(094), H(113), H(135), H(164)
Recipes: H(094), H(135), leaves, RNS.
H(113) rhumatism, H(164), barks, roots, RNS.
From references HT 20 - 1, HT 20 - 4
Region: Madagascar, Reunion, Mauritius
Country: Madagascar, Mauritius, Reunion
Vernacular name: not registered

2 reference(s) for Tragia brevipes Pax
Official name: Tragia brevipes Pax
Family: Euphorbiaceae
Pictures: HR08Tragia_brevipes.jpg , Tragia_brevipes1.jpg , Tragia_brevipes2.jpg , Tragia_brevipes3.jpg
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(006), H(022), H(113), H(164)
Recipes: H(006) purg., roots, RNS
H(022), roots, RNS
H(113) + H(164), leaves, rubbed on the knees and other joints again rheumatism
Region: East Africa
Country: Kenya
Vernacular name: kimelet (Kipsigis, Kenya), mugrgeni (Kikuyu, Kenya)
Reference HL 12
Author: Lewalle, J. & F.M. Rodegem
Title: Plantes médicinales du Burundi. Quart. Journ. Crude Drug Research, VIII - 3, 1257-1270, (1968)
Symptoms: H(068), H(164)
Recipes: H(068), leaves and flowers, infusion of Tragia brevipes, VO.
H(164) revulsive
Region: Central Africa
Country: Burundi
Vernacular name: isusa (Kirundi)

2 reference(s) for Trema orientalis (L.) Blume
Official name: Trema orientalis (L.) Blume
Family: Ulmaceae
Synonyms: Trema guineensis (Schum. & Thonn. ) Ficalho
Pictures: Trema_orientalis1.jpg , Trema_orientalis3.jpg , Trema_orientalis2.jpg , HL13Trema_orientalis.jpg , Trema_orientalis4.jpg
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(006), H(007), H(037), H(051), H(113), H(126), H(164)
Recipes: H(006) purgative, H(007) diuretic, ONS. de Trema guineensis, RNS., VO.
H(037) broncho-pneumonia, H(051) fever, H(113) rheumatism?, H(126) icterus, ONS of Trema guineensis , RNS.
H(164) revulsive, ONS., application sur la peau
Region: West Africa
Country: Ivory Coast
Vernacular name: abounaséné (Ebrie), azisian, aïssien, essien (Baoule), bindogba (Malinke), fouéfoué, pouépoué (Gouro), sessian (Ashanti), yaro (Aboure)
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(006), H(007), H(037), H(051), H(113), H(126), H(164)
Recipes: H(006), H(007), H(037), H(051), H(113), H(126), H(164) skin, ONS. of Trema orientalis, RNS.
Region: West Africa
Country: Ivory Coast
Vernacular name: not registered by the investigators

2 reference(s) for Zingiber officinale Rosc.
Official name: Zingiber officinale Rosc.
Family: Zingiberaceae
Pictures: Zingiber_officinale1.jpg , Zingiber_officinale2.jpg , Zingiber_officinale5.jpg , Zingiber_officinale3.jpg , Zingiber_officinale4.jpg , HA06Zingiber_officinale.jpg
Reference HN 16
Author: Ndukwu, B.C. and N.B.Ben-Nwadibia
Title: Ethnomedicinal aspects of plants used as spices and condiments in the Niger delta area of Nigeria Leaflets Journal on WWW : http://www.siu.edu/~ebl/leaflets/niger.htm
Symptoms: H(037), H(048), H(091), H(103), H(108), H(126), H(164), H(186)
Recipes: H(091), H(103), H(108), raw ginger is often masticated as a stimulant, stomach tonic, relief of congested nostrils and toothaches. Decoction of the rhizome is used as H(048), H(091), H(164), H(186) stimulant, carminative, expectorant and rubefacient
H(135), It is also used against problems of the digestive systems
H(126), the paste made from the rhizome is used in treating infective hepatitis and related liver problems
H(037), H(108), Ginger tea is commonly taken against coughs, colds and flu
Region: West Africa
Country: Nigeria
Vernacular name: efik/Ibibio - jinja; Igbo - jinja ( Local Names), aje; orin; atale (Yoruba) ; ginger (English)
Reference HV 54
Author: Van der Veen, L.J., S. Bodinga-bwa-Bodinga
Title: Une société traditionnelle noire africaine et ses plantes utiles : les Eviya du Gabon Document submitted for publication http://www.ddl.ish-lyon.cnrs.fr/fulltext/Van der Veen/Van der Veen_à paraître_a.pdf
Symptoms: H(004), H(037), H(164)
Recipes: H(004) coupures, grated of fresh rhizomes of Zingiber officinale en local application
H(037) cough bronchitis , rhizome mixed with others plants , RNS.
H(164) good repellent , grated of rhizome, RNS.
Region: West Africa
Country: Gabon (Eviya habitat)
Vernacular name: (O-)nongo (O-)a matsina, (Eviya language)