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Official name : Terminalia sericea Burch. ex DC.
Family : Combretaceae

24 reference(s) related to this plant

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(008)
Recipes : H(008) diarrhoea, roots decoction of Terminalia sericea in soft porridge
H(100) veneral disease, roots of Carica papaya of Parinari curatellifolia of Citrus limon of Terminalia sericea , decoction (H2O), VO (1 table spoon)
H(100), veneral diseases, infusion of roots of Terminalia sericea of Peltophorum africanum of Ximenia caffra, barks of Pterocarpus angolensis, VO.
H(101) memorrhagia, maceration of roots of Ziziphus mucronata of Terminalia sericera, VO. 3 X / Jour
Region : South Africa
Country : South Africa (Venda country)
Vernacular name : mususu (Luvenda)
Reference HA 29 g
Author(s) : Tanaka, J.
Title : The Central Kalahari Bushmen (|Gui and ||Gana) in Botswana, collected by J. Tanaka from 1966. 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(092), H(202)
Recipes : H(092) leaves are squashed and added to other food items to in creese moisture.
. H(202) Bark is pound and used as dyeing skin
Used as household utensils (digging stick, spear shaft), also as timber; tree provide good shade.
Root is chewed and used as paste; root is long and used as tying hut .
Region : South Africa
Country : Botswana (central Kalahari)
Vernacular name : g/a (Bushman) (Central Kalahari)
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(014)
Recipes : H(014) antifungal treatment, leaves, roots of Terminalia sericea crushed and pounded, local application
Region : East Africa
Country : Tanzania (Kimboza forest reserve in Morogoro)
Vernacular name : mpululu
Reference HB 50
Author(s) : Bruschi, P., , M. Morganti, M. Mancini, M. A. Signorini
Title : Traditional healers and laypeople: A qualitative and quantitative approach to local knowledge on medicinal plants in Muda (Mozambique) Journal of Ethnopharmacology 138, 543– 563, (2011) http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0378874111007276
Symptoms : H(008), H(026), H(033), H(201)
Recipes : H(008) diarrhea, leaves, roots of Terminalia sericea macerated in H2O, VO.
H(026) menstrual pain, leaves, roots macerated in H2O, VO.
H(026) menstrual cycle troubles, leaves, roots infusion, VO.
H(033) female infertility, leaves, roots infusion, VO.
H(100) venereal diseases, leaves, roots macerated in H2O, VO.
H(201) fetiçeria (severe diseases caused by evil spirits and sorcerers), leaves, roots not prepared, other
Region : East Africa
Country : Mozambique (Muda)
Vernacular name : mussussu (Chindau)
Reference HC 22
Author(s) : 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(043), H(100)
Recipes : H(100) HIV/AIDS opportunistic infections : H(043) meningitis, ONS., RNS.
Region : West Africa
Country : Namibia (Caprivi region
Vernacular name : mukenge (Lozi)
Reference HC 24a
Author(s) : Cheikhyoussef, A., M. Shapi, H. Mu. Ashekele
Title : Ethnobotanical study of indigenous knowledge on medicinal plant use by traditional healers in Oshikoto Region, Namibia Journal of Ethnobiology and Ethnomedicine, 7:10 (2011) See also ref HC 24b
Symptoms : H(003)
Recipes : H(003) leg pains, duration of treatment: 2 -7days,whole plant of Terminalia sericea , RNS.
Region : West Africa
Country : Namibia (Oshikoto region)
Vernacular name : omugolo
Reference HC 30
Author(s) : Chauke, MA., LJ. Shai, MA. Mogale, MP. Tshisikhawe, MP. Mokgotho
Title : Medicinal plant use of villagers in the Mopani district, Limpopo province, South Africa Afr J Tradit Complement Altern Med. 12(3):9-26 (2015) http://dx.doi.org/10.4314/ajtcam.v12i3.2
Symptoms : H(100), H(104), H(199)
Recipes : H(100) sexually transmitted infections, roots of Terminalia sericea boiled in mixtures and administered for all STI’s
H(104) stomach complaints, stem bark, leaves boiled and extract administered
H(199) AIDS (HIV), roots of Cassia abbreviata in decoction together with roots of Terminalia sericea and Ozoroa paniculosa
Region : South Africa
Country : South Africa (Limpopo province, Mopani district)
Vernacular name : mososo (Local Name), silver cluster-leaf (English)
Reference HD 21
Author(s) : 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) http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0378874110003041
Symptoms : H(008)
Recipes : H(008, 3) diarrhoea, roots or bark are crushed and mixed with boiling water or cold water. The infusion is administered anally or orally. The infusion (60 ml) is drunk twice a day, until diarrhoea subsides. If administered anally the dosage depends on the person’s weight.
Region : South Africa
Country : South Africa (northen Maputaland, KwaZulu-Natal Province)
Vernacular name : ikonono
Reference HD 23
Author(s) : 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(006), H(100)
Recipes : H(100) sexual transmitted infections, bring to boil one handful of chopped Terminalia sericea root or bark in 4 L of water. Take one cup three times a day to cure internal and external sores.
H(006) The concoction can also be used as a purgative, by taking 0.75–1 L of it once a day and immediately putting a hand in throat to induce vomiting.
Region : South Africa
Country : South Africa (northen Maputaland, KwaZulu-Natal Province)
Vernacular name : imkhonono
Reference HD 29
Author(s) : 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 Journal of Ethnobiology and Ethnomedicine , 9:51, (2013) doi:10.1186/1746-4269-9-51 http://www.ethnobiomed.com/content/9/1/51 + Additional file 1
Symptoms : H(111)
Recipes : H(111) burns, a handful of leaves of Terminalia sericea are crushed into a paste and applied directly onto burns once a day for less than a week. The same amount of leaves can be mixed with one cup of cold water and used to wash the burned area.
(registered from references HD 29 and HD 29_supl )
Region : South Africa
Country : South Africa (northern Maputaland)
Vernacular name : ikonono
Reference HF 02
Author(s) : Fyhrquist, P.
Title : Traditional medicinal uses and biological activities of someplant extracts of African Combretum Loefl., Terminalia L. and Pteleopsis Engl. species (Combretaceae). Academic dissertation, presented at the Faculty of Biosciences of the University of Helsinki, 183 p, (Helsinki 2007) https://oa.doria.fi/bitstream/handle/10024/27195/traditio.pdf?sequence=1
Symptoms : H(008), H(051), H(151)
Recipes : H(008) diarrhea, H(051) fever, H(151) hypertension, hot water decoctions: leaves, roots or stem bark of Terminalia sericea powdered in decoction
H(008) diarrhea, H(051) fever, H(151) hypertension : leaves, roots or stem bark powdered and mixed into maize porridge (Ugali)
H(008) diarrhea, H(051) fever, H(151) hypertension, as a tea (infusion): one teaspoon dried powder of leaves, root or stem bark in cup of hot water
Region : East Africa
Country : Tanzania (Mbeya region)
Vernacular name : namatipo, mpululu (Nyakyusa)
Reference HG 01
Author(s) : Gelfand, M., S. Mavi, R.B. Drummond & B. Ndemera
Title : The traditional medicinal practitioner in Zimbabwe. Mambo Press, Gweru (Zimbabwe), 411 p., (1985) (From reference HC 26, HL 22)
Symptoms : H(004)
Recipes : H(004), barks from twigs, branche, trunk of Terminalia sericea, powder, local application
H(008), H(091) asthenia, rootpowder, VO.
H(022), rootinfusion, in vagina
H(027), H(104), rootpowder, VO. + porridge
H(033) woman, H(038), H(091), H(118), H(124), roots infusion, VO.
H(068) bilharziosis, roots of Terminalia seriucea, seeds of Vigna unguiculata, to cook, VO.
H(077), root decoction, VO.
Region : East Africa
Country : Zimbabwe
Vernacular name : not registered
Reference HH 06a
Author(s) : Hedberg I., O. Hedberg, P.J. Madati, K.E. Mshigeni, E.N. Mshiu & G. Samuelsson
Title : Inventory of plants used in traditional medicine in Tanzania. I. Plants of the families Acanthaceae - Cucurbitaceae. Journal of Ethnopharmacology, Volume 6, pp. 29 - 60 (1982)
Symptoms : H(100)
Recipes : FAIRE H(100) gonorrhoea, decoction of roots of Terminalia sericea
Region : East Africa
Country : Tanzania
Vernacular name : mhungweluwala.( Handeni district)
Reference HM 58
Author(s) : Mabogo, D.E.N.
Title : The ethnobotany of the Vhavenda. MSc Thesis, University of Pretoria. (1990) appendix from the Thesis
Symptoms : H(008), H(013), H(033), H(100), H(139), H(175)
Recipes : H(008) diarrhoea, disentry, roots of Terminalia sericea, RNS.
H(013) ulcer, barks of Sclerocarya birrea subsp. Caffra, barks of Terminalia sericea, RNS.
H(033) infertility, root of Ziziphus mucronata of Tabernaemontana elegans, leaves of Terminalia sericera, roots of Euclea natalensis of Ximenia caffra, RNS.
H(100) gonorrhoea, H(100) syphilis, H(139) aphrodisiac, root of Cassia petersiana, ONS. Terminalia sericera and Corchorus tridens, RNS.
H(175) wounds (dressing), barks of Terminalia sericea, RNS.
Region : South Africa
Country : South Africa (Venda country)
Vernacular name : mususu (Venda)
Reference HR 16
Author(s) : Ribeiro, A., M. M. Romeiras, J. Tavares & M. T. Faria
Title : Ethnobotanical survey in Canhane village, district of Massingir, Mozambique: medicinal plants and traditional knowledge Journal of Ethnobiology and Ethnomedicine, 6:33 (2010)
Symptoms : H(004), H(008)
Recipes : H(004) wounds, H(111) burns; drying and grinding branches (bark) of Terminalia sericea , topic
H(004) wounds, H(111) burns; , drying and grinding; scraping roots, topic
H(008) diarrhea, decoction of roots, VO.
H(104) stomach ache, decoction of leaves, VO.
Region : East Africa
Country : Mozambique (Canhane village, district of Massingir)
Vernacular name : nsunsu, nkonola, kondla, mogonono (Changana)
Reference HR 17
Author(s) : Ruffo, C. K.
Title : A Survey of medicinal plants in Tabora region, Tanzania in :Traditional Medicinal Plants. Dar Es Salaam University Press - Ministry of Health - Tanzania, 391 p. (1991)
Symptoms : H(037), H(046), H(068), H(104), H(145)
Recipes : H(037) coughs, H(046) measles, H(068) bilharziosis, H(104) stomachache, H(145) rectal prolapse, bark, roots, leaves of Terminalia sericeas, RNS.
Region : East Africa
Country : Tanzania (Tabora region)
Vernacular name : mupululu, muzima (Nyamwezi)
Reference HS 37
Author(s) : Semenya, S.S, M. J. Potgieter
Title : Bapedi traditional healers in the Limpopo Province, South Africa: their socio-cultural profile and traditional healing practice Journal of Ethnobiology and Ethnomedicine 2014, 10:4 doi:10.1186/1746-4269-10-4 http://www.ethnobiomed.com/content/10/1/4 + Additional file 1: 1550002148105490_add1.docx, 74K http://www.ethnobiomed.com/imedia/1279488442116872/supp1.docx
Symptoms : H(046)
Recipes : H(046, 3) measles, leaves of Terminalia sericea. Decoction for 5–26 minutes and one tin cup of the extract is taken orally. Thrice aday
H(046, 5) measles, leaves of Terminalia sericea. Pounded and mixed with either olive oil or Vaseline and used as a lotion after bathing
Region : South Africa
Country : South Africa (Limpopo Province)
Vernacular name : mogonono
Reference HU 02
Author(s) : Urso, V., M. A. Signorini, M. Tonini , P. Bruschi
Title : Wild medicinal and food plants used by communities living in Mopane woodlands of southern Angola: Results of an ethnobotanical field investigation Journal of Ethnopharmacology, 177, 126–139, (2016)
Symptoms : H(008), H(033), H(097x)
Recipes : H(008) diarrhea, leaves, H(033) to improve women's fertility, H(097x) vaginal infections, belowground organs of Terminalia sericea , RNS
(Total number of citation for Terminalia sericea = 04)
Region : West Africa
Country : southern Angola
Vernacular name : omuhendjolo,Muhondjolo
Reference HW 52
Author(s) : Van Wyk, P.
Title : Trees of the kruger National Park Purnell, Cape Town (1972 - 1974). (From reference HM 58)
Symptoms : H(008)
Recipes : H(008) diarrhoea, disentry, roots of Terminalia sericea, RNS.
Region : South Africa
Country : South Africa (Kruger National Park)
Vernacular name : mususu (Venda)
Reference HY 04
Author(s) : 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(098)
Recipes : 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 treatH(037) coughs,H(098) sleepless nights and a runny or blocked nose.
Region : South Africa
Country : South Africa (Maputaland, KwaZulu-Natal)
Vernacular name : amangwe, ikonono, inkonono (local names)
Reference VL 16
Author(s) : Luseba, D., D. Van der Merwe
Title : Ethnoveterinary medicine practices among Tsonga speaking people of South Africa. Onderstepoort Journal of Veterinary Research Volume 73, pp.115–122. (2006)
Symptoms : V(004)
Recipes : V(004) wounds, leaves, roots of Terminalia sericea, RNS.
Region : South Africa
Country : South Africa (Tsonga region)
Vernacular name : konono (Tsonga)
Reference VM 48
Author(s) : Moreki, J.C., K. Tshireletso and I. C.Okoli
Title : Potential Use of Ethnoveterinary Medicine for Retained Placenta in Cattle in Mogonono, Botswana Journal of Animal Production Advances, 2(6):303-309 (2012) http://www.grjournals.com/portals/grjournals/JAPA/Vol2%20Issue6/JAPA-2012-05-303-309.pdf
Symptoms : V(030)
Recipes : Vb(030, 6) retained placenta, root bark of Terminalia serecea remedies are administered either as a decoction or infusion. + soap detergent for 2 informants, (information presented was obtained from herdboys and stockowners)
Region : South Africa
Country : Botswana (Mogonono village in Kweneng District)
Vernacular name : mogonono (Tswana), silver cluster-leaf (English)
Reference VT 29
Author(s) : Tendai Nyahangare, E., B. Marimanzi Mvumi, Tonderai Mutibvu
Title : Ethnoveterinary plants and practices used for ecto-parasite control in semi-arid smallholder farming areas of Zimbabwe Journal of Ethnobiology and Ethnomedicine 11:30 (2015) doi:10.1186/s13002-015-0006-6
Symptoms : V(039)
Recipes : V(039) ticks, crush leaves of Terminalia sericea mix with water for spray. Very effective
Region : East Africa
Country : Zimbabwe
Vernacular name : mususu (Shona)
Reference VV 09
Author(s) : van der Merwe, D., G. E. Swan, C. J. Botha
Title : Use of ethnoveterinary medicinal plants in cattle by Setswana-speaking people in the Madikwe area of the North West Province of South Africa. Journal of the South Africa Veterinary Association 72, 189-196, (2001)
Symptoms : V(008)
Recipes : Vb(008), roots of Terminalia sericea, RNS.
Region : South Africa
Country : South Africa (North West Province)
Vernacular name : mogonono (Setswana)