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Official name : Strophanthus hispidus DC.
Family : Apocynaceae

14 reference(s) related to this plant

Reference HA 40
Author(s) : Agyare, C. , A. Asase, M. Lechtenberg, M. Niehues, A. Deters, A. Hensl
Title : An Ethnopharmacological survey and in vitro confirmation of ethnopharmacological use of medicinal plants used for wound healing in Gosomtwi-Atwima-Kwanwoma area, Ghana Journal of Ethnopharmacology, Volume 125, pp. 393- 403, (2009)
Symptoms : H(004), H(104)
Recipes : H(004) chronic wounds, root poultice of Strophanthus hispidus
H(104) stomach ulcer, roots decoction
Region : West Africa
Country : Ghana (district of Gosomtwi-Atwima-Kwanwoma)
Vernacular name : omaatwa (Asante-Twi)
Reference HA 57
Author(s) : Adomou A.C. , H. Yedomonhan, B. Djossa, S. I. Legba, M. Oumorou, A. Akoegninou
Title : Etude Ethnobotanique des plantes médicinales vendues dans le marché d’Abomey-Calavi au Bénin Int. J. Biol. Chem. Sci. 6(2): 745-772, April 2012
Symptoms : H(173)
Recipes : H(173) leprosy, root decoction of Sesamum indicum, VO.
Region : West Africa
Country : Benin (Abomey-Calavi market)
Vernacular name : tchakpa (Fon)
Reference HB 43
Author(s) : Blench, R.
Title : Dagomba plant names (Preliminary circulation draft) Published on WWW. (2006)
Symptoms : H(092)
Recipes : H(092) poison, plant of Strophanthus hispidus from which arrow-poison is made.
Region : West Africa
Country : Ghana (Northern region)
Vernacular name : yábgà (Dagomba)
Reference HB 52
Author(s) : Bhat, R.B., A. A. Adeloye & E.O. Etejere
Title : Some Medicinal Plants of Nigeria Journal of Economic and Taxonomic Botany, Vol. 6 N° 1 (1985)
Symptoms : H(037), H(051)
Recipes : H(037) cough, leaves of Strophanthus hispidus are grounded with salt. VO; with palm wine 2 X / Day
H(051) fever, crushed sun-dried roots of Strophanthus hispidus in powder with 3 alligator peper seeds (Aframomum melegueta). Aframomum melegueta. VO.1 teaspoon of the powder twice daily
Region : West Africa
Country : Nigeria
Vernacular name : isa (Yoruba), kwankwani ( (Hausa)
Reference HC 32
Author(s) : Carrière, M.
Title : Plantes de Guinée à l' usage des éleveurs et des véterinaires Centre de coopération internationale en recherche agronomique pour le développement département d'élevage et de médecine vétérinaire. CIRAD-EMVT 10, rue Pierre-Curie 94704 Maisons-Alfort Cedex -France
Symptoms : H(001), H(068)
Recipes : H(001) roots of Strophanthus hispidus, decoction as ocular lotion (Pobeguin, 1912 ).).
H(068) vermifuge, leafy twigs:, (HA 41 Aubreville).).
Region : West Africa
Country : Guinea Conakry
Vernacular name : kindé-toké, toké (Poular).
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)
Symptoms : H(104)
Recipes : H(104) intestinal problems, H(020) stings; bites and H(092) poisoning, H(179) diseases of the kidney, H(179) rheumatism, H(094) haemorrhoids, H(178) heart conditions, roots of Strophanthus hispidus
Region : West Africa
Country : Guinea-Bissau
Vernacular name : getsele, n’dénglê, undenglê (Balanta), malila , malila-de cabelo (Guinean creole), toque, quindebode (Futa-fula), butchamai (Jola), murtaquè, quindembode (Fula), bièté, benunco (Mancanha), dáfè, n’fam (Nalu), fanhadje-úri (Sosso), mandará (Tanda)
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(068), H(094)
Recipes : H(068) intestinal parasites, H(094) haemorrhoids, peeled roots of Strophanthus hispidus, VO.
Region : West Africa
Country : Guinea-Bissau
Vernacular name : n’fam (Nalu)
Reference HK 72
Author(s) : Kpodar, M., S. D. Karou, G. Katawa, K. Anani, H. E. Gbekley, Y. Adjrah, T. Tchacondo, K. Batawila, J. Simpore
Title : An ethnobotanical study of plants used to treat liver diseases in the Maritime region of Togo Journal of Ethnopharmacology 181, 263–273 (2016)
Symptoms : H(126)
Recipes : H(126) liver diseases, decoction of rhisome of Strophanthus hispidus
Region : West Africa
Country : Maritime region of Togo
Vernacular name : tsakpati
Reference HN 36
Author(s) : Nsimundele, L.
Title : Répertoire des plantes médicinales des régions côtieres du Mayumbe et du Bas-Congo,1966-1968. Unpublished notes of Léopold Nsimundele, Bureau chief forester / Inéac Luki, National Institute for Agronomic Study of Congo
Symptoms : H(008), H(090)
Recipes : H(008) dysentery, H(090) cardiotonic, latex seeds of Strophanthus hispidus, RNS.
Region : West Africa
Country : Congo (Democratic republic) (Lukaya and Cataractes)
Vernacular name : not communicated by the author
Reference HS 24
Author(s) : Sonibare, M. A. and Z. O. Gbile
Title : Ethnobotanical survey of anti-asthmatic plants in South Western Nigeria African Journal of Traditional, Complementary and Alternative Medicines, Vol. 5, No. 4, pp. 340-345 (2008)
Symptoms : H(082)
Recipes : H(082) asthma, barks of Strophanthus hispidus, stem bark of Kigelia africana, The ingredients are chopped into pieces and soaked in warm water for three days. Adult: 1 tablespoon thrice a day, children: 1 teaspoonful once a day
Region : West Africa
Country : Nigeria (South-western)
Vernacular name : sagere
Reference HU 01
Author(s) : Udoamaka F.Ezuruike n, J.M.Prieto
Title : The use of plants in the traditional management of diabetes in Nigeria: Pharmacological and toxicological considerations Journal of Ethnopharmacology 155, 857–924 (2014)
Symptoms : H(171)
Recipes : H(171) diabetes, stem, root, leaves of Strophanthus hispidus, decoction , RNS. Region of use for diabetes (South east of Nigeria), (South east of Nigeria), (North west of Nigeria), (North central of Nigeria)
Other medicinal uses: cardio-stimulant, snake bites, Insecticidal, sexually transmitted diseases, inflammation, constipation, ONS. RNS
Region : West Africa
Country : Nigeria
Vernacular name : sagere (Yoruba), aguru-ala or osisi nke aguru (Ibo), kwan-kwani (Hausa), poison arrow wine, brown/hairy, strophathus (Local English)
Reference HV 54
Author(s) : 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 der Veen/Van der Veen_à paraître_a.pdf
Symptoms : H(004), H(092)
Recipes : H(004) wound healing , very hot crushed leaves of Strophanthus hispidus, RNS.
H(092) violent poison for war and hunting
Region : West Africa
Country : Gabon (Eviya habitat)
Vernacular name : (mo-)nai, (Eviya language)
Reference HY 03
Author(s) : Yemoa A.L., J.D. Gbenou, R.C Johnson., J.G. Djego, C.S Zinsou, M.Moudachirou, J. Quetin-Leclercq , A. Bigot., F. Portaels
Title : Identification et étude phytochimique de plantes utilisées dans le traitement traditionnel de l'ulcère de Buruli au Bénin Bulletin de la Société Française d'Ethnopharmacologie et de la Société Européenne d'Ethnopharmacologie. Numéro 42 Décembre 2008, pp 50 - 57
Symptoms : H(004), H(013), H(100), H(170), H(173)
Recipes : H(004) wounds: the leaves are used as poultice
H(013, 4) Buruli ulcerus, roots of Strophentiius hispidus, decoction ou maceration, RNS
H(013, 4) Buruli ulcerus, abscesses and wound healing: use of the decoction of the root is applied externally
H(100) syphilitic ulcers: stem bark of the root is given as beverage as enema and topical
H(170) ascites: use of aqueous maceration of the root and stem bark as a beverage.
H(173) leprosy: decoction of the root to be administered orally
Region : West Africa
Country : Benin (Zou district)
Vernacular name : not communicated by the authors
Reference VA 41
Author(s) : Angenot, L.
Title : Les Poisons de flèches africains. I. Zaïre, Rwanda et Burundi Africa-Tervuren, XXIV no 2, pp 36- 54, (1978)
Symptoms : H(092)
Recipes : H(092) arrow poison, latex of the liana and juice of leaves Strophanthus hispidus, applying on the arrows . Place of use : area Eala and lkela.
Region : Central Africa
Country : Zaïre,
Vernacular name : lofondja, lofondza, bodjako, lokolola, lokololia.