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Official name : Bridelia micrantha (Hochst.) Baillon
Family : Phyllanthaceae

90 reference(s) related to this plant

Reference HA 1k
Author(s) : Ainslie, J.R.
Title : A list of plants used in native medicine in Nigeria. Imperial Forestry Institute.University of Oxford, Institute Paper, n° 7, (1937)
Symptoms : H(003), H(012), H(013), H(037), H(111), H(137)
Recipes : H(037), bark decoc, mild aperient, cough-remedy
H(137), wood boiled in pulp, sores
H(003),H(012)),H(013) , H(111), bark, leaves, roots, pounded, applic external, bruise, boils, ulcers, burns, dislocations
Region : West Africa
Country : Nigeria
Vernacular name : ira-odan, asha, arasa
Reference HA 21
Author(s) : Adjanohoun, E., M.R.A. Ahyi, P. Chibon, H. de Vecchy, E. Duboze, J. Eymé, J.- N. Gassita, E. Goudote, S. Guinko, A. Keita, B. Koudogbo, M. Le Bras, I. Mourambou, E. Mve - Mengome, M. - G. Nguéma, J. - B. Ollome, P. Posso, P. Sita
Title : Contribution aux études ethnobotaniques et floristiques au Gabon. Agence de coopération culturelle et technique, (A.C.C.T.), Paris, 294 p., (1984) From the data bank PHARMEL 2 (ref. HP 10)
Symptoms : H(022)
Recipes : H(022), barks stem, branch, trunk of Bridelia micrantha of Glyphaea brevis, to pound, maceration (H2O), VO.
H(022), barks stem, branch, trunk of Bridelia micrantha, decoction (H2O), VO.
Region : West Africa
Country : Gabon
Vernacular name : evèng, nnom-asas, ewoleghe, éwoloc, eso (Fang), notsisénè (Mindunu), oséséndé, (Mpongwé), otendya (Myéné)
Reference HA 22
Author(s) : 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(027), H(103)
Recipes : H(004) infected wounds, barks of Bridelia micrantha, barks or roots of Syzygium cordatum, ONS of Salix subserrata, RNS.
H(004) infected wound, thorns of Zanthoxylum davyi, barks of Bridelia micrantha, barks of roots of Syzygium cordatum, RNS.
H(103) tooth ache, abortion (1 to 2 month)
Region : South Africa
Country : South Africa (Venda country)
Vernacular name : munzere (Venda)
Reference HA 29 e
Author(s) : M. Ichikawa
Title : The Mbuti Pygmies in the Ituri forest of north-eastern Zaire, around Katala and Mawambo village (N 1.0', E 29.10', alt. c. 1000 m), Zone de Mambasa, Region de Haut-Zaire in : AFLORA on the Web (http://130.54.103.36/aflora.nsf) The database of traditional plant utilization in AfricaCenter for African Area Studies, Kyoto University
Symptoms : H(000), H(092), H(095)
Recipes : H(000), the bark is boiled in water and red-brownish decoction (H2O) is used as enema
H(095), caterpillars (also called enjeku) on the leaves of the tree are eaten roasted. Available August through October
H(092), according to some Mbuti, the inner side of the bark is powdered and pounded together with other plants to make an arrow poison
Region : Central Africa
Country : Congo (Democratic republic) (ex. Zaïre) (Nduye, zone of Mambasa, Ituri forest)
Vernacular name : enjeku (Mbuti).The caterpillars feeding on the leaves are also called <enjeku>
Reference HA 29 f
Author(s) : H. Terashima, M. Ichikawa and M. Sawada
Title : The Efe Pygmies and the Balese farmers in the Ituri forest of northeastern Zaire, around Andiri village (N 1.55', E 29.10', alt. c. 1000 m), Zone de Mambasa, Region de Haut-Zaire in : AFLORA on the Web (http://130.54.103.36/aflora.nsf) The database of traditional plant utilization in AfricaCenter for African Area Studies, Kyoto University
Symptoms : H(037), H(118)
Recipes : H(037), H(118), bark decoction (H2O) is drunk for sore-throat"kumbukumbu" or for cough "timba
Region : Central Africa
Country : Congo (Democratic republic) (ex. Zaïre) (Ituri forest of northeastern Zaire)
Vernacular name : munjaku (Balese)| muzau (Efe), the name derives from the silkworms called <munjaku> which live on the tree.
Reference HA 39
Author(s) : Abo, K. A., A.A. Fred-Jaiyesimi, A.E.A. Jaiyessimi
Title : Ethnobotanical studies of medicinal plants used in the management of diabetes mellitus in South Western Nigeria. Journal of Ethnopharmacology, Volume 115, pp. 67- 71, (2008)
Symptoms : H(171)
Recipes : H(171, 3) diabetes, leaves decoction of Bridelia micrantha, VO. (cure during 1 to 6 months)
Region : West Africa
Country : South Western Nigeria
Vernacular name : iranje, sweetberry (local English)
Reference HA 47
Author(s) : Abondo, A., F. Mbenkum & D. Thomas
Title : Ethnobotany and the medicinal plants of the Korup rainforest project area, Cameroon in :Traditional Medicinal Plants. Dar Es Salaam University Press - Ministry of Health - Tanzania, 391 p. (1991)
Symptoms : H(004)
Recipes : H(004) wounds, powder of barks of Bridelia micrantha as dressing stops bleeding
Region : Central Africa
Country : Cameroon (Korup rainforest )
Vernacular name : not communicated by the authors
Reference HA 49
Author(s) : Amri, E., D.P.Kisangau
Title : Ethnomedicinal study of plants used in villages around Kimboza forest reserve in Morogoro, Tanzania Journal of Ethnobiology and Ethnomedicine, 8:1 (2012) http://www.ethnobiomed.com/content/pdf/1746-4269-8-1.pdf
Symptoms : H(013), H(039), H(104), H(113), H(127), H(169)
Recipes : H(013) skin eruption, H(104) stomach ache, H(104) insecticide, H(113) rheumatism, H(127) spleen enlargement, H(169) hernia, barks, leaves of Bridelia micrantha decoction, VO.
Region : East Africa
Country : Tanzania (Kimboza forest reserve in Morogoro)
Vernacular name : msumba
Reference HB 01
Author(s) : Baerts, M. & J. Lehmann
Title : Guérisseurs et plantes médicinales de la région des crêtes Zaïre-Nil au Burundi. Musée royal de l'Afrique centrale, Tervuren, Belgique.Ann. Sc. Eco., Vol. 18, 214 p., (1989) From the data bank PHARMEL 2 (ref. HP 10)
Symptoms : H(004), H(008), H(030), H(036), H(055), H(091), H(201)
Recipes : H(004) wound, stem without leaves, barks of the underground part of Bridelia micrantha, decoction (H2O), local application on the form of sirup
H(008), roots of Bridelia., decoction (H2O), VO.
H(030), barks stem, branch, trunk of Bridelia., decoction (H2O), VO.
H(036) vertigo, leaves, barks stem, branch, trunk of Bridelia., decoction (H2O), VO., enema
H(055), barks stem, branch, trunk of Bridelia., infusion (H2O), VO.
H(055), leaves of Bridelia micrantha, maceration (H2O), VO.
H(091) fortifying pregnant woman, leaves of Bridelia., juice, VO.
H(091) fortifying pregnant woman, leaves of Bridelia micrantha, of Hibiscus fuscus of Oxalis corniculata, juice, VO.
H(091) fortifying pregnant woman, barks stem, branch, trunk of Bridelia., decoction (H2O), VO.
H(201) psychosis, barks stem, branch, trunk of Bridelia., powder, VO. + to sprinkle
Region : Central Africa
Country : Burundi (Zaïre-Nil ridge region)
Vernacular name : umugimbu (Kirundi)
Reference HB 04
Author(s) : 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(005), H(006), H(007), H(008), H(100), H(113), H(139)
Recipes : H(005), H(006), H(007), H(008), H(100) blennorrage, H(113), H(139), ONS. of Bridelia micrantha, RNS.
Region : West Africa
Country : Ivory Coast
Vernacular name : gringouinmia, gringouinmia (Ebrie), kosagba (Malinke)
Reference HB 08
Author(s) : Bally, P.R.O.
Title : Native medicinal and poisonous plants of East Africa. Kew Bull., 1, 10 - 25, (1937)
Symptoms : H(018)
Recipes : H(018), roots, RNS.
Region : East Africa
Country : East Africa
Vernacular name : not registered
Reference HB 20
Author(s) : Bognon, C.
Title : Notes ethnobotaniques sur la médecine traditionnelle en pays We (Côte d'Ivoire): quelques problèmes méthodologiques. Rev. Méd. Pharm. Afr., Vol. 5, n° 1, 55 - 65, (1991)
Symptoms : H(018), H(022), H(026), H(027), H(030), H(051), H(101), H(116)
Recipes : H(018),H(022), H(026), H(027), H(030), H(051), H(101), H(116), ONS. of Bridelia micrantha, RNS.
Region : West Africa
Country : Ivory Coast (We people)
Vernacular name : not registered
Reference HB 25M
Author(s) : Bossard, E.
Title : La médecine traditionnelle au centre et à l'ouest de l'Angola. Ministério da ciênciae da tecnologia. Instituto de investigaçâo cientifica tropical. Lisboa - p. 531 (1996) (ISBN : 972-672-858-4)
Symptoms : H(075)
Recipes : H(075) lack of appetite (e) vuti, roots tea of Bridelia micrantha , VO., 3 X / days
Region : West Africa
Country : Angola (regions of Cuanza Sul, Amboim)
Vernacular name : (i) mbalala, mulengwe-lengwe (Umbundu)
Reference HB 28
Author(s) : Banderembako Fabien & Ntitangirageza Térence
Title : La médecine populaire au Burundi : quelques plantes médicinales.
Symptoms : H(022), H(030), H(033)
Recipes : H(022) delivery (made easier), H(030) retained placenta, juice from Bridelia micrantha, Polyscias fulva, "imbohora", VO.
H(033) femal sterility, ONS, infusions, VO
Region : Central Africa
Country : Burundi
Vernacular name : umugimbu (Kirundi)
Reference HB 30b
Author(s) : Betti, J. L.
Title : An ethnobotanical study of medicinal plants among the baka pygmies in the Dja biosphere reserve, Cameroon. African Study Monographs, 25 (1) : 1 - 27, March 2004
Symptoms : H(008), H(037)
Recipes : H(008) amoebic dysenthery, stems barks of Bridelia micrantha of Antrocaryon klaineanum of Treculia africana, decoction, VO.
H(037, 6) cough, fruit of Capsicum frutescens, stems barks of Bridelia micrantha, maceration, VO.
Region : Central Africa
Country : Cameroon (Dja reserve)
Vernacular name : not communicated by the author
Reference HB 46
Author(s) : Bessong, P.O., C. L. Obi, M-L. Andréola, L.B. Rojas, L. Pouységu, E. Igumbor, J.J.M. Meyer, S. Quideau, S. Litvak
Title : Evaluation of selected South African medicinal plants for inhibitory properties against human immunodeficiency virus type 1 reverse transcriptase and integrase Journal of Ethnopharmacology, Volume 99, 83-91, (2005)
Symptoms : H(199)
Recipes : H(199) HIV-1 RT et IN + opportunistic infections , roots of Bridelia micrantha, RNS.
Region : South Africa
Country : South Africa (Limpopo province)
Vernacular name : munzere (Tshivenda)
Reference HC 13c
Author(s) : Chabra, S.C., R.L.A. Mahunnah & E.N. Mshiu
Title : Plants used in traditional medicine in Eastern Tanzania.III. Angiosperms (Euphorbiaceae to Menispermaceae). Journal of Ethnopharmacology, Volume 28, pp. 255 - 283, (1990)
Symptoms : H(008x), H(101)
Recipes : H(008x), H(101), VO., decoction (H2O) roots, RNS.
Region : East Africa
Country : Tanzania (East)
Vernacular name : mwiza (luguru)
Reference HC 31
Author(s) : Chekole, G., Z. Asfaw, E. Kelbessa
Title : Ethnobotanical study of medicinal plants in the environs of Tara-gedam and Amba remnant forests of Libo Kemkem District, northwest Ethiopia Journal of Ethnobiology and Ethnomedicine, 11:4 (2015) http://www.ethnobiomed.com/content/11/1/4
Symptoms : V(030)
Recipes : V(030) expel placenta, fresh bulb Bridelia micrantha, écraser then give with water
Region : East Africa
Country : Northwest Ethiopia
Vernacular name : yenebr tifir (Amharic)
Reference HC 51
Author(s) : Constant, N. L. , M. P. Tshisikhawe
Title : Hierarchies of knowledge: ethnobotanical knowledge, practices and beliefs of the Vhavenda in South Africa for biodiversity conservation Journal of Ethnobiology and Ethnomedicine 14:56 (2018) https://doi.org/10.1186/s13002-018-0255-2
Symptoms : H(095), H(200x)
Recipes : H(095) edible fruits are eaten and are black in colour; found close to rivers and cultivated fields
H(200x) Bark: bolsters the immune system
Region : South Africa
Country : South Africa
Vernacular name : munzere (Vhavenda),coastal goldenlead (English)
Reference HC 52
Author(s) : Catarino, L. , P. J. Havik , M. M. Romeiras
Title : Medicinal plants of Guinea-Bissau: Therapeutic applications, ethnic diversity and knowledge transfer Journal of Ethnopharmacology 183, 71–94 (2016) http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.jep.2016.02.032
Symptoms : H(094), H(095), H(100), H(104)
Recipes : H(104) intestinal problems, H(100) sexualy transmitted diseases;I, H(094) haemorrhoids, roots, leaves of Bridelia micrantha, RNS.
H(095) food, ONS., RNS.
Region : West Africa
Country : Guinea-Bissau
Vernacular name : tagate (Balanta), bissai, bussácá (Biafada), endure, n’ tongue, untágué, untongue (Bijagó), utchak (Cobiana), bissáca (Guinean creole), fudetchir (Jola), bissoia, gúgri (Fula), bissaiô, bissoia (Mandinga), m'bonhé, n'taque (Nalu), bissaque (Pepel), tolingué, tolingi (Sosso)