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Official name : Terminalia macroptera Guil. & Perr.
Family : Combretaceae

42 reference(s) related to this plant

Reference HA 07
Author(s) : 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. Taffame
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(126)
Recipes : H(126), leaves of Entada africana, leaves and roots of Bridelia ferruginea of Terminalia macroptera of Combretum hypopilinum of Ostryoderris stuhlmanniii, decoction (H2O), VO. + to wash
Region : West Africa
Country : Togo
Vernacular name : assinntiru (Lamba)
Reference HA 11
Author(s) : 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(126)
Recipes : H(126), roots of Terminalia macroptera, decoction (H2O), VO.
Region : West Africa
Country : Mali
Vernacular name : wolomuso (Bambara)
Reference HB 27
Author(s) : Ben Saï, S.
Title : Médecine indigène et plantes médicinales au Soudan. Notes Africaines, 21, 6 - 8, (1944)
Symptoms : H(008)
Recipes : H(008) diar., roots, decoction, VO.
Region : East Africa
Country : Sudan
Vernacular name : ouolo fâ (Bambara), ouolo (Malinke, Kasombe), kamba (Sominke)
Reference HB 49
Author(s) : 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(169)
Recipes : H(169) hernia "nakarudre" , roots decoction of Terminalia macroptera en VO.
Region : West Africa
Country : Burkina Faso (Mossi region)
Vernacular name : kôodpoko (Mossi)
Reference HD 1k
Author(s) : 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(126)
Recipes : H(126), roots, RNS
Region : West Africa
Country : Guinea Bissau
Vernacular name : bode (Fulani)
Reference HE 14
Author(s) : Etuk ,E. U. , M. O. Ugwah, O. P. Ajagbonna & P. A. Onyeyili
Title : Ethnobotanical survey and preliminary evaluation of medicinal plants with antidiarrhoea properties in Sokoto state, Nigeria Journal of Medicinal Plants Research Vol. 3(10), pp. 763-766, October, (2009)
Symptoms : H(008)
Recipes : H(008, 8) diarrhoea, barks of Terminalia macroptera, RNS.
Region : West Africa
Country : Nigeria (Sokoto state)
Vernacular name : bayankada (Hausa)
Reference HF 01
Author(s) : 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(068), H(126)
Recipes : H(068) ankylostomiasis, stem with leaves of Terminalia macroptera, decoction (H2O), VO.
H(126) hepatitis, H(126) hepatitis virale, barks of the underground part of Terminalia macroptera, decoction (H2O), VO. + 1/2 chicken + salt, enema
H(126) hepatitis, root of Terminalia macropera, rhizom of Cochlospermum tinctorium, decoction (H2O), VO. + chicken egg
H(126, 2) hepatitis, root of Terminalia macropera, rhizom of Cochlospermum tinctorium, decoction (H2O), bath, VO.
H(126) hepatitis child, leaves of Terminalia macropera, rhizom of Cochlospermum tinctorium, decoction (H2O), enema.
H(126) hepatitis, root of Terminalia macropera of Isoberlinia doka, rhizom of Cochlospermum tinctorium, stem with leaves of Sida acuta, decoction (H2O), VO. + bath
H(126) hepatitis, H(126) hepatitis virale, root of Terminalia macropera, rhizom of Cochlospermum tinctorium, leaves of Carica papaya of Hibiscus sabdariffa of Anogeissus leiocarpa of Mangifera indica of Lippia multiflora, stem with leaves of Combretum micranthum, decoction (H2O), VO. + bath
H(126), roots of Terminalia macroptera of Cochlospermum tinctorium, leaves of Carica papaya, stem with leaves of Combretum micranthum of Psidium guajava, decoction (H2O), maceration (H2O), VO. + to wash
H(126), root of Terminalia macropera of Isoberlinia doka, rhizom of Cochlospermum tinctorium, stem with leaves of Sida acuta of Combretum micranthum, decoction (H2O), maceration (H20), VO. + bath
H(126), roots of Terminalia macroptera of Cymbopogon giganteus, decoction (H2O), bath, enema, VO.
H(126), root of Terminalia macroptera of Ximenia americana, decoction (H2O), VO. + bath
H(126) leaves of Terminalia macroptera of Synsepaludismm stipulatum of Carica papaya, decoction (H2O), VO.
Region : West Africa
Country : Burkina Faso
Vernacular name : badamier du Sénégal (Français), kôdpôko (Mooré), olofira, volo-ba (Bambara)
Reference HF 08
Author(s) : Frazão-Moreira, A
Title : The symbolic efficacy of medicinal plants:practices, knowledge, and religious beliefs amongst the Nalu healers of Guinea-Bissau Journal of Ethnobiology and Ethnomedicine 12:24 (2016)
Symptoms : H(037)
Recipes : H(037) chest pain, decoction of leaves of Terminalia macroptera, drink and wash
Region : West Africa
Country : Guinea-Bissau
Vernacular name : n’kone (Nalu)
Reference HF 1k
Author(s) : Ferry, M.P. , M. Gessain & R. Gessain
Title : Ethnobotanique Tenda. Documents du Centre de recherches anthropologiques du Musée de l'Homme.Laboratoire associé au Centre national de la recherche scientifique, 180 p., (1 mai 1974)
Symptoms : H(004), H(012), H(104), H(201)
Recipes : H(004),H(012)), leaves as dressing + Hymenocardia acida + Zanha golugensis on broken bonesfracture, surrounded by leaves of Terminalia macroptera
H(104) maceration of wood, roots in H2O, VO., induce vomiting
H(201), roots Maytenus senegalensis + barks Bridelia micrantha, Terminalia macroptera, boiled H2O, magic uses
Region : West Africa
Country : Senegal (region between the towns of Kedougou et Yukunkun)
Vernacular name : not registered
Reference HG 11
Author(s) : 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)
Recipes : H(037), cough, roots, infusion, VO.
H(037), barks, decoction, VO.
Region : West Africa
Country : Senegal (Diola people, South Senegal)
Vernacular name : bupôkandi (Diola)
Reference HH 04
Author(s) : Hodouto, K. - K.
Title : Etude chimique des plantes à flavonoides du Togo. Bull. Méd. Trad. et Pharm.,Vol. 4, n° 1, 31 - 48, (1990)
Symptoms : H(102), H(126)
Recipes : H(102) + H(126), roots, RNS., Contains flavonosides
Region : West Africa
Country : Togo
Vernacular name : not registered
Reference HH 10
Author(s) : 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(104)
Recipes : H(104) stomach, roots, decoction, RNS
Region : West Africa
Country : Nigeria (Kano)
Vernacular name : kwandari (Hausa)
Reference HI 06
Author(s) : 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(013), H(020)
Recipes : H(013) spontaneous boils (jorogoii), inner bark of stem of Terminalia macroptera, carbonised, mixed with oil of Lannea microcarpa, local application
H(020) snake bite (yireeminu), fruit of Terminalia macroptera of Ficus sur + inner bark of root of Balanites aegypticaiaca, local application
Region : West Africa
Country : Mali (Dogonland)
Vernacular name : gaduba, bodokubo
Reference HK 01
Author(s) : Kerharo, J. & J. G. Adam
Title : La pharmacopée sénégalaise traditionnelle. Plantes médicinales et toxiques. Editions Vigot Frères, Paris, 1011 p., (1974)
Symptoms : H(001), H(004), H(006), H(007), H(015x), H(020), H(031), H(033), H(037), H(038), H(051), H(082), H(091), H(100), H(104), H(126), H(139), H(173)
Recipes : H(001) inflammation of the conjunctivita, H(004) wound, roots of Terminalia macroptera, juice, local application
H(006), H(007), ONS. of Terminalia., RNS., VO.
H(007), H(020), ONS. of Terminalia H(007), H(015x) during pregnacy, H(038), roots of Terminalia., VO.
H(031),H(037) pulmonary tuberculosis, H(104), leaves of Terminalia., RNS., VO.
H(033) femal, roots of Terminalia., RNS., VO.
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) respiratory disease, 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(051), H(100) syph., H(126), H(091), H(139) aphrodisiac, barks stem, branch, trunk of Terminalia., decoction (H2O), 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 treatement
Region : West Africa
Country : Senegal
Vernacular name : not registered
Reference HK 02
Author(s) : Keita, S.M., J.T. Arnason, B.R. Baum, R.Marles, F. Camara, & A.K. Traore
Title : Etude ethnopharmacologique traditionnelle de quelques plantes médicinales anthelmintiques de la République de Guinée. Rev. Méd. Pharm. Afr., Vol. 9, n° 2, 119 - 134, (1995)
Symptoms : H(068)
Recipes : H(068), leaves, decoction, VO.
Region : West Africa
Country : Guinea (Republic of)
Vernacular name : walsa kama (Manika), podheewi (Pular)
Reference HK 12
Author(s) : 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(007), H(091), H(093), H(100)
Recipes : H(007) diuretic, H(093) antidote, H(091) restorative, H(100) blennorrage, Terminalia macroptera, ONS., RNS.
Region : West Africa
Country : Senegal
Vernacular name : bodi, bodey (Peul, Tocolor)
Reference HK 22
Author(s) : 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(004), H(013), H(045), H(124), H(094)
Recipes : H(004), barks, fine powder, decoction,wash the wounds
H(004),H(013) ulcer,H(013) furuncle, barks, powder Gymnosporia senegalensis + on occasions Terminalia macroptera + on occasions bran of millet, local application after having to wash with a decoction of Gymnosporia senegalensis
H(004) + H(045) + H(124), roots barks, pulp on wounds as haemostatic and cicatrizing
H(094), roots, decoction, enema
Region : West Africa
Country : Ivory Coast, Burkina Faso
Vernacular name : dagnéla, kwatri, kotéli (Dagari), kondré, kivadianga,kwodaga (Mossi), baouché bochy (Haoussa), ouolo (Bambara)
Reference HK 25
Author(s) : Keita, S. M. & al.
Title : Etude ethnopharmacologique traditionnelle de quelques plantes médicinales anthelminthiques de la Haute-Guinée (République de Guinée) Rev. Méd. Pharm. Afr., Vol. 13, 49 - 65, (1999)
Symptoms : H(068)
Recipes : H(068), leaves, decoction, VO.
Region : West Africa
Country : Guinea (Republic of)
Vernacular name : walsa kama (Manika), podhewi (Pular)
Reference HK 48
Author(s) : Kayode, J., O.E Ige, T. A. Adetogo and A. P. Igbakin
Title : Conservation and Biodiversity Erosion in Ondo State, Nigeria: Survey of Plant Barks Used in Native Pharmaceutical Extraction in Akoko Region Ethnobotanical Leaflets 13: 665-67. 2009. http://www.ethnoleaflets.com/leaflets/ondo3.htm
Symptoms : H(006), H(094)
Recipes : H(006) laxative, H(094) piles, barks of the plant Terminalia macroptera are soaked in water in a bottle, VO. the filtered aqueous extracts, once or twice daily.
Region : West Africa
Country : Nigeria (Ondo State)
Vernacular name : idi (Yoruba)
Reference HK 49
Author(s) : Kayode, J., R. A. Jose and O.E. Ige
Title : Conservation and Biodiversity Erosion in Ondo State, Nigeria: (4). Assessing Botanicals Used in the Cure of Sexually Transmitted Diseases in Owo Region Ethnobotanical Leaflets 13: 734-38. 2009. http://www.ethnoleaflets.com/leaflets/owo.htm
Symptoms : H(199)
Recipes : H(199) HIV / AIDS, stem or stem barks or/and roots of Terminalia macroptera, RNS.
Region : West Africa
Country : Nigeria (Ondo State)
Vernacular name : idi (Owomode)
Reference HK 51
Author(s) : 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(091)
Recipes : H(091) fortifying, decoction of roots of Terminalia macroptera , RNS
Region : West Africa
Country : Senegal (Saloun island)
Vernacular name : wolokoyo (Socé)
Reference HK 57
Author(s) : 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(004), H(037)
Recipes : H(004), wound, injury, powder of barks of Terminalia macroptera without the cork, chewed and mixed with saliva + sometimes a decoction of roots of Terminalia macroptera, local application (recipe Tandanké)
Region : West Africa
Country : Senegal (Bassari and Tandanké of eastern Senegal)
Vernacular name : gapada (Tandanké), apoulin (Bassari)
Reference HM 33
Author(s) : 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(004), H(007), H(008), H(037), H(038), H(051), H(091), H(100), H(103), H(104), H(124), H(126), H(145), H(151)
Recipes : H(004) wounds, powder of roots and barks of Terminalia macroptera, local application
H(007) diuretic, H(038) urinary troubles, H(051) fevers, H(100) blennorrage, H(126) icterus, H(145) prolapse of the rectum, roots of Terminalia macroptera, decoction, RNS.
H(008) + H(104) enteralgic,H(037) tuberculosis, H(051) fevers, H(091) stimulatings, H(100) syphilis, H(126) icterus, H(126) hepatitis, H(104) gastritis, H(151) hypertension, decoction of leaves of Terminalia. , to wash or VO.,
H(037) cough, roots of Terminalia macroptera, pounded, macerated (H20), VO.
H(124) haemostatic, green roots of Terminalia., crushed in local application
H(103) caries, H(103) gingivitis, decoction trunk barks of Terminalia., mouth bath, inhalations
Region : West Africa
Country : Mali
Vernacular name : wolofira, woloba (Bambara), woloba, wolomuso (Malinke), nankowanga, yanku (Minyanka), nankwogo, nankowanga (Senoufo), wabeenu, wabanu (Bwa), kobolo n'gun (Bobo-fing)
Reference HP 52
Author(s) : 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(007), H(008)
Recipes : H(006), H(007), leaves + barks, infusion, RNS.
H(008), fruits , decoction, RNS.
Region : West Africa
Country : Guinea Conakry
Vernacular name : onoro ba (Malinke)
Reference HS 01
Author(s) : Sandberg, F.
Title : Etude sur les plantes médicinales et toxiques de l'Afrique équatoriale. Cahiers de la Maboké, tome 3, n° 1, 5 - 49, (1965)
Symptoms : H(053)
Recipes : H(053), barks, RNS.
Region : Central Africa
Country : Central African Republic (ex Central african empire), Congo (Popular republic) (Brazzaville) (ex Brazaville Congo)
Vernacular name : bakwoa
Reference HS 43
Author(s) : Shinkafi, T. S., L. Bello b, S. W.Hassan, S. Ali
Title : An ethnobotanical survey of antidiabetic plants used by Hausa–Fulani tribes in Sokoto, North west Nigeria Journal of Ethnopharmacology 172, 91–99, (2015)
Symptoms : H(171)
Recipes : H(171, 1) diabetes, roots of Terminalia macroptera, decoction
Region : West Africa
Country : North west Nigeria
Vernacular name : baushe (Hausa), (Fulani), black afara (English)
Reference HT 32
Author(s) : 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(008), H(037), H(116)
Recipes : H(008) dysentery,H(037) cough , H(116) non occurrence of themenses, ONS of Terminalia macroptera, RNS.
Region : West Africa
Country : Mali
Vernacular name : wôlô, wôrô (Malinke)
Reference HT 38
Author(s) : Thu Pham, Anh , C. Dvergsnes, A. Togola, H. Wangensteen, D. Diallo, B. Smestad Paulsen, K. Egil Malterud
Title : Terminalia macroptera, its current medicinal use and future perspectives Journal of Ethnopharmacology 137, 1486– 1491 (2011) http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0378874111006027
Symptoms : H(033), H(051), H(097x), H(104), H(113), H(137), H(197)
Recipes : H(033) infertility in women, stem bark dried and pulverized, and mixed with salt. To be eaten alone or with food. No amount specified.
H(051) night fever in children, Loranthus sp. (parasite plants growing on Terminalia macroptera) decoction for washing the child.
H(097x) vaginal infection, dried and pulverized roots. Two fingers of powder applied topically twice daily until improvement.
H(113) inflammation, carbonized root powder mixed with fat and applied topically twice daily for 1 week.
H(104) pain in lower stomach region, stem bark decoction as steam bath for lower stomach region, in addition to drinking as much as possible of the decoction until improvement. No side effects.
H(113) rheumatism, stem bark mixed with stem bark of Erythrina senegalensis. One tea cup of decoction drunk 3 times daily and body washed with decoction until improvement.
H(137) body pains, stem bark: Decoction used for washing the body until improvement.
H(197) deformed baby head, freshly pressed juice from small leaves applied to the head 3 times daily. Condition cured within 3 days.
Region : West Africa
Country : Mali (districts de Dioïla, village de N’Dia Dougoutiguila)
Vernacular name : not communicated by the authors
Reference HT 38
Author(s) : Thu Pham, Anh , C. Dvergsnes, A. Togola, H. Wangensteen, D. Diallo, B. Smestad Paulsen, K. Egil Malterud
Title : Terminalia macroptera, its current medicinal use and future perspectives Journal of Ethnopharmacology 137, 1486– 1491 (2011) http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0378874111006027
Symptoms : H(033)
Recipes : H(033) female infertility, inner root bark of Terminalia macroptera dried and pulverized. One tablespoon added to porridge or liquid, consumed once daily until pregnancy. No side effects.
Region : West Africa
Country : Mali (districts de Siby, village de Dogoro)
Vernacular name : not communicated by the authors
Reference HT 38
Author(s) : Thu Pham, Anh , C. Dvergsnes, A. Togola, H. Wangensteen, D. Diallo, B. Smestad Paulsen, K. Egil Malterud
Title : Terminalia macroptera, its current medicinal use and future perspectives Journal of Ethnopharmacology 137, 1486– 1491 (2011) http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0378874111006027
Symptoms : H(198)
Recipes : H(198) alopecia, decoction of leaves of Terminalia macroptera, stem bark and fruits used for washing hair and body once daily until cessation of hair loss. Can be used on children.
Region : West Africa
Country : Mali (districts de Siby, village de Kalassa)
Vernacular name : not communicated by the authors
Reference HT 38
Author(s) : Thu Pham, Anh , C. Dvergsnes, A. Togola, H. Wangensteen, D. Diallo, B. Smestad Paulsen, K. Egil Malterud
Title : Terminalia macroptera, its current medicinal use and future perspectives Journal of Ethnopharmacology 137, 1486– 1491 (2011) http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0378874111006027
Symptoms : H(126)
Recipes : H(126) hepatitis, stem bark of Terminalia macroptera: decoction is mixed with porridge and drunk 3 times daily until improvement. No side effects.
H(126) hepatitis, decoction of Loranthus leaves (parasite plants growing on T. macroptera) to be drunk: 3–4 handfuls twice daily for 3–4 days. No side effects.
H(126) hepatitis, decoction of Loranthus (parasite plants growing on T. macroptera) to be drunk: 3–4 handfuls twice daily for 3 days. Rest of decoction used for body wash.
H(126) hepatitis, decoction of Loranthus to be drunk: 3–4 handfuls twice daily for 3 days. Rest of decoction used for body wash.
Region : West Africa
Country : Mali (districts de Dogonland, village de Banani)
Vernacular name : bosokugo
Reference HT 38
Author(s) : Thu Pham, Anh , C. Dvergsnes, A. Togola, H. Wangensteen, D. Diallo, B. Smestad Paulsen, K. Egil Malterud
Title : Terminalia macroptera, its current medicinal use and future perspectives Journal of Ethnopharmacology 137, 1486– 1491 (2011) http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0378874111006027
Symptoms : H(001), H(113), H(126), H(201)
Recipes : H(001) conjunctivitis, decoction of leaves of Terminalia macroptera : Eyes washed twice daily until improvement. Same treatment with. Loranthussp parasite plants growing on T. macroptera)
H(113) rheumatism, decoction of Loranthus leaves (growing on T. macroptera) drunk once a day for 2 days, thereafter steam bath until improvement.
H(126) hepatitis, stem bark of Terminalia macroptera, Anogeissus leiocarpus and root bark of Strophantus sormentosus mixed. Three to four handfuls of a decoction of this is drunk twice daily for 5 days.
H(201), unconsciousness Outer stem bark of Terminalia macroptera pulverized and applied to nose and skin with shea butter
Region : West Africa
Country : Mali (districts de Dogonland, village Iriguili)
Vernacular name : bosokuko
Reference HT 38
Author(s) : Thu Pham, Anh , C. Dvergsnes, A. Togola, H. Wangensteen, D. Diallo, B. Smestad Paulsen, K. Egil Malterud
Title : Terminalia macroptera, its current medicinal use and future perspectives Journal of Ethnopharmacology 137, 1486– 1491 (2011) http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0378874111006027
Symptoms : H(014), H(026), H(037), H(051), H(097x), H(109), H(126), H(151), H(171), H(201)
Recipes : H(014) fungal infections in mouth, Decoction of roots to be drunk: one teacup twice daily for 1 week. Half dose for children. No side effects.
H(014) fungall infections in mouth of children, stem bark decoction (very concentrated) for topical application twice daily for 4 days.
H(026) menstrual pain, stem bark. One teacup of decoction drunk once daily and steam bath of stomach until improvement. No side effects, but bitter taste due to tannin content.
H(037) chest pain and H(109) back pains,stem bark and Loranthus: decoction for washing the body for 3–4 days.
H(037) tuberculosis, stem bark and leaves. Powdered mixture of the plant parts mixed with salt. One teaspoon eaten three times daily for 3 days. Half dose for children.
H(037) chest pain and H(109) back pains, stem bark decoction of Loranthus sp. (parasite plants growing on Terminalia macroptera) used for washing the body twice daily for 4 days
H(051) paludism, roots of Terminalia macroptera mixed with root of Blighia sapinda. One teacup of decoction drunk and body washed with decoction twice daily for 3–4 days. Children: half dose. No side effects.
H(097x) vaginal fungal infections, carbonized leaves mixed with salt and eaten. In addition: Carbonized leaves mixed with fat for topical application. 1–2 times daily for 2 days.
H(126) hepatitis, pressed root juice of Terminalia macroptera is mixed with a little water. Three handfuls drunk.
H(126) hepatitis, stem bark and root bark: 2 handfuls of decoction drunk and body washed with decoction twice daily for 3 days.
H(151) hypertension, cerebral hemorrhage, stem bark of Terminalia macroptera mixed with stem bark of Sclerocarya birrea. One tea glass of decoction drunk and body washed once daily for 15–20 days. Alternatively: Dried and pulverized stem bark of the above plants, half a tea spoon, consumed with food once daily for 15–20 days. Dried and pulverized stem bark of the above plants, half a tea spoon, consumed with food once daily for 15–20 days.
H(171) diabetes, stem bark and stem bark of Sclerocarya birrea. One tea glass of decoction drunk twice daily for 2 weeks. Half dose for children.
H(201) neurological ailments, burning feeling in feet, stem bark and root bark: decoction as foot bath twice daily for 5 days. .
Region : West Africa
Country : Mali (districts de Dioïla, village de Bancó)
Vernacular name : not communicated by the authors
Reference HT 38
Author(s) : Thu Pham, Anh , C. Dvergsnes, A. Togola, H. Wangensteen, D. Diallo, B. Smestad Paulsen, K. Egil Malterud
Title : Terminalia macroptera, its current medicinal use and future perspectives Journal of Ethnopharmacology 137, 1486– 1491 (2011) http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0378874111006027
Symptoms : H(008)
Recipes : H(008) diarrhoea, 1 tea glass of decoction of roots of Terminalia macroptera: drunk once daily until improvement. Same dose for children. Side effect: constipation with overdose.
Region : West Africa
Country : Mali (districts de Dioïla, village de Beleco)
Vernacular name : not communicated by the authors
Reference HT 38
Author(s) : Thu Pham, Anh , C. Dvergsnes, A. Togola, H. Wangensteen, D. Diallo, B. Smestad Paulsen, K. Egil Malterud
Title : Terminalia macroptera, its current medicinal use and future perspectives Journal of Ethnopharmacology 137, 1486– 1491 (2011) http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0378874111006027
Symptoms : H(001), H(004), H(014), H(027), H(037), H(051), H(094), H(098), H(097x), H(103), H(116)
Recipes : H(001) eye pain, growth of teeth, nightmares in children, leaf decoction once daily for 1 week. Same treatment as above. Leaf decoction used topically twice daily for 1 week.
H(001) eye catarrh, eye infections Dried and pulverized Loranthus sp. (parasite plants growing on Terminalia macroptera): 1 handful mixed with 1 l water and used for washing the eyes twice daily until improvement.
H(001) eye infections, Loranthus sp.(parasite plants growing on Terminalia macroptera) decoction for eye wash twice daily for 3 days. Same treatment for all.
H(004) chronic wounds, H(094) hemorrhoids, H(097x) vaginal, roots powdered and applied to cleaned wound twice daily until improvement. Powdered roots mixed with butter and applied twice daily for 3 days. Decoction of roots for topical washing and drinking: 1 teacup daily until improvement.
H(004) chronic external wounds, dysmenorrhea, syphilis, Powdered stem bark or root bark applied once daily for one week. Stem bark or root bark: one tablespoon of powder mixed in porridge, eaten once daily for 1–2 weeks. Same treatment as for dysmenorrhea
H(004x) inner wounds, stem bark powder mixed with porridge, eaten twice daily until improvement.
H(014) dermatitis, stem bark and root bark. Half a litre of decoction drunk twice daily and body wash with rest of decoction for 1 month. Children: half a tea glass. No side effects.
H(027) premature birth, dysmenorrhea, dried and pulverized Loranthus sp. (parasite plants growing on Terminalia macroptera) boiled with 1/4 l water and drunk 1–2 times daily for 3 days. As above. In addition: steam bath of lower
H(037) cough, Decoction of stem bark (boiled for a long time): One tea glass drunk twice daily for 7 day. Children: half dose. No side effects.
H(051) fever in children, leaf decoction used for washing as often as possible.
H(053) ear infections, stem bark or root bark mixed with Shea butter, applied to the ear three times in total.
H(097x) vaginal infections, leaf decoction: one teacup drunk and topical washing twice daily for 1 week.
H(116) amenorrhea, Stem bark macerated overnight. One teacup drunk 3 times daily for 3 days.
Region : West Africa
Country : Mali (districts de Dioïla, village de Dioïla)
Vernacular name : not communicated by the authors
Reference HT 38
Author(s) : Thu Pham, Anh , C. Dvergsnes, A. Togola, H. Wangensteen, D. Diallo, B. Smestad Paulsen, K. Egil Malterud
Title : Terminalia macroptera, its current medicinal use and future perspectives Journal of Ethnopharmacology 137, 1486– 1491 (2011) http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0378874111006027
Symptoms : H(004x), H(008), H(014), H(018), H(037), H(051), H(099), H(103), H(137), H(162x), H(171)
Recipes : H(004x) inner wounds, decoction of equal amounts of leaves and roots of Terminalia macroptera. Used for body wash and for drinking: 1 cup twice daily until improvement. Same dosage for children and pregnant women.
H(004x) inner wounds, H(103) sore in mouth, inner root bark: one tea glass of decoction drunk once daily for 3–4 days. Children: half dose. No side effects. Inner root bark: Pressed bark juice mixed with a little water for rinsing of the mouth. Twice daily until improvement. No side effects.
H(004x) inner wounds, root decoction (10 min). 4 tea glasses drunk three times daily for 4 days. Children: half dose.
H(008) diarrhoea, decoction of inner root bark, one tea glass, to be drunk once daily for 3 days. Same treatment for all. No side effects.
H(008) diarrhoea, dysentery, 1 tea glass of decoction of roots to be drunk. Children: 1 tablespoon of decoction. No side effects
H(014) dermatosis in children, decoction of leaves or roots for body wash 3–4 times.
H(018) headache, migraine, decoction of 3 bunches of leaves used for washing the head along with Shea butter soap 3 times daily for 2 days. Can be used by pregnant women.
H(037) cough, inner stem bark dried and pulverized. Add a little salt and eat alone or with food. Repeated until improvement. Children: lower dose. no side effects
H(037) cough, inner stem bark: One cup of macerate drunk 3 times daily for up to one week. Same treatment for all. No side effects.
H(037) chest pains, steam bath of leaves followed by body wash with leaf decoction, twice daily until improvement. No side effects
H(037) cough, inner stem bark, 1glass of macerate stem bark to be drunk once daily until improvement. Children: half dose. No side effects.
H(037) cough, tuberculosis, stem bark or root: half a teacup decoction drunk three times daily for 4 days. OR: Dried and pulverized root or stem bark, 1 teaspoon, mixed with porridge or soup, to be eaten once daily for four days. Children: Half a tablespoon mixed with hot water with sugar. No side effect
H(099) epilepsy, decoction of 3–4 bunches of leaves in one teacup. Drink once daily for 3–4 days.
H(103) sores in mouth, gingivitis, pressed root juice applied to cleaned sore or gingivitis every morning before breakfast until healing. Can be used by everybody, no side effects .
H(103) gingivitis, pressed root juice applied to the inflamed area and rinsed with water 2 times daily for 3 days. Same treatment for all. No side effects.
H(137) sore pains in children, decoction of 3 bunches of leaves to be used for body wash, thereafter massage with Shea butter. Twice daily for 2 days.
H(137) inner sores, root decoction drunk until improvement. Same treatment for all.
H(051) fever child, H(137) inner sores child, make a decoction of roots for 2–3 h until it has a syrup-like consistency. Two tablespoons twice daily for one week. Children: half dose. No side effects, but bitter taste. Root. Wash body with decoction twice daily for 4 days
H(162x) incontinency, H(008) dysentery, root bark, dried and pulverized: half a tea glass of powder mixed with 200–300 ml hot water. To be drunk once each day before going to bed for 3–7 days. Stem bark: decoction of one handful in 0.5 l water. One teacup of decoction to be drunk. Can be used by children.
H(171) diabetes, diabetic foot sores, leaves and decoction of equal amounts, 1 teacup drunk twice daily for 5–7 days. No side effects.
Region : West Africa
Country : Mali (districts de Siby, village de Djissoumana)
Vernacular name : not communicated by the authors
Reference HT 38
Author(s) : Thu Pham, Anh , C. Dvergsnes, A. Togola, H. Wangensteen, D. Diallo, B. Smestad Paulsen, K. Egil Malterud
Title : Terminalia macroptera, its current medicinal use and future perspectives Journal of Ethnopharmacology 137, 1486– 1491 (2011) http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0378874111006027
Symptoms : H(103)
Recipes : H(103) sores in mouth, mouth is rinsed with decoction of roots of Terminalia macroptera twice daily until improvement. No side effects.
Region : West Africa
Country : Mali (districts de Siby, village de Guena)
Vernacular name : not communicated by the authors
Reference HT 44
Author(s) : Traoré, A., A. I. Derme, S. Sanon, A. Gansane,Y. Ouattara, I. Nebié, S. B. Sirima
Title : Connaissances ethnobotaniques et pratiques phytothérapeutiques des tradipraticiens de santé de la Comoé pour le traitement du paludisme : processus d’une recherche scientifique de nouveaux antipaludiques au Burkina Faso Ethnopharmacologia, n°43, pp 35- 46 (juillet 2009) http://www.ethnopharmacologia.org/default.asp?page=revue
Symptoms : H(014), H(124)
Recipes : H(014) skin disease, H(124) hemostatic, roots of Terminalia macroptera, RNS.
Region : West Africa
Country : Burkina Faso (region of Comoé )
Vernacular name : korpouka yanka (Mooré), Wollon mousso (Dioula) , badamier du Sénégal (french)
Reference HZ 03
Author(s) : 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(075), H(087), H(104), H(113)
Recipes : H(075) nutritional disorders, H(087) infections, infestations, H(104) digestive disorders, H(113) musculoskeletal disorders, barks roots, trunk barks, leaves of Terminalia macroptera, decoction, VO., gargle, enema
Region : West Africa
Country : Burkina Faso (San countries, northwestern Burkina Faso)
Vernacular name : kôô tîi (Sanan)
Reference VA 03
Author(s) : 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(099)
Recipes : Vb(099), decoction seeds. VO. for nervous animal
Region : West Africa
Country : West Africa (not too dense forest)
Vernacular name : vuolo (ouolof) ; cassaoulé (Malinké) ; bodévi (Peuhl) ;bouhinkabon (Diola) ; wolomuso (Bambara)
Reference VA 37
Author(s) : 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)
Recipes : Vb(008), crush apical meristem of Terminalia macroptera and mix with ground Adansonia digitata and leave in H2O, VO. 25 cl., 1 X / day
Region : West Africa
Country : Nigeria (Nothern zone, Sabon Gari and Giwa district)
Vernacular name : not registered
Reference VO 13
Author(s) : Offiah, N. V. , S. Makama, I. L Elisha, M. S. Makoshi, J. G. Gotep, C. J Dawurung, O. O. Oladipo, A. S. Lohlum and D. Shamaki
Title : Ethnobotanical survey of medicinal plants used in the treatment of animal diarrhoea in Plateau State, Nigeria Veterinary Research 2011, 7:36 http://www.biomedcentral.com/1746-6148/7/36
Symptoms : V(008)
Recipes : V(008, 11) diarrhoea, leaves, roots of Terminalia macroptera, RNS.
Region : West Africa
Country : Nigeria (Plateau State)
Vernacular name : baushe (Hausa):; bodi (Fulfulde); Kung (Mwagavul)