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Official name : Landolphia owariensis P. Beauv.
Family : Apocynaceae

12 reference(s) related to this plant

Reference HA 56
Author(s) : Ambé, G.A
Title : Les fruits sauvages comestibles des savanes guinéennes de Côte-d’Ivoire : état de la connaissance par une population locale, les Malinké. Biotechnol. Agron. Soc. Environ. 2001 5 (1), 43–58
Symptoms : H(095)
Recipes : H(095) fleshy fruits of Landolphia owariensis eaten raw
Region : West Africa
Country : Ivory Coast
Vernacular name : gbéi, pôpôni (Dioula)
Reference HC 54
Author(s) : Cherry, P. S., T. B. F. Honora, K. Djézou, B. B. G. Alain, B. Adama
Title : Inventaire et disponibilité des plantes médicinales dans la forêt classée de Yapo-Abbé, en Côte d'Ivoire European Scientific Journal edition vol.11, No.24 (August 2015)
Symptoms : H(094)
Recipes : H(094) hemorrhoid, decocted, macerated with bark of Landolphia owariensis, RNS.
Region : West Africa
Country : Ivory Coast (Yapo-Abbé Classified Forest)
Vernacular name : not communicated by the authors
Reference HF 61
Author(s) : Addo-Fordjour, P, A. K. Anning, E. J. D. Belford & D. Akonnor
Title : Diversity and conservation of medicinal plants in the Bomaa community of the Brong Ahafo region, Ghana Journal of Medicinal Plants Research Vol. 2(9), pp. 226-233,( September 2008)
Symptoms : H(051)
Recipes : H(051) paludism, leaves of Landolphia owariensis, decoction, VO.
H(100) gonorrhoea, roots of Landolphia owariensis, soak roots in gin for a week and drink extract
Region : West Africa
Country : Ghana (Brong Ahafo region)
Vernacular name : kooko ahoma
Reference HG 60
Author(s) : Göhre, Á., B. Toto-Nienguesse, M. Futuro, C. Neinhuis & T. Lautenschläge
Title : Plants from disturbed savannah vegetation and their usage by Bakongo tribes in Uíge, Northern Angola Journal of Ethnobiology and Ethnomedicine 12:42 (2016) DOI 10.1186/s13002-016-0116-9
Symptoms : H(095)
Recipes : H(095) fresh fruit of Landolphia owariensis directly consumed
Region : West Africa
Country : northern Angola
Vernacular name : macongue, makonge (Kikongo)
Reference HK 58
Author(s) : Kayode, J. & G.M. Kayode
Title : Ethnomedicinal Survey of Botanicals Used in Treating Sexually Transmitted Diseases in Ekiti State, Nigeria Ethnobotanical Leaflets 12: 44-55, (2008)
Symptoms : H(100)
Recipes : H(100) sexually transmitted diseases (included, gonorrhea, trichomoniasis, chlamydial infection, syphilis) leaves, roots, stem bark, seeds of Landolphia owariensis, RNS.
Region : West Africa
Country : Nigeria (Ekiti State)
Vernacular name : ibo-akitipa
Reference HK 60
Author(s) : Konda ku Mbuta, Kabakura Mwima, Mbembe Bitengeli, Itufa Y’okolo, Mahuku Kavuna, Mafuta Mandanga, Mpoyi, Kalambayi, Ndemankeni Izamajole, Kadima Kazembe, Kelela Booto, Ngiuvu Vasaki, Bongombola Mwabonsika, Dumu Lody & Paul Latham
Title : Plantes médicinales de traditions. Province de l'Equateur – R.D. Congo, Kinshasa 2012 (419 p.) Institut de Recherche en Sciences de la Santé (I.R.S.S.) in Kinshasa. ISBN 9780955420856
Symptoms :
Recipes : H(008) diarrhoea , expressed juice of trunk bark of Landolphia owariensis diluted in the juice of Costus lucanusianus, VO.
Region : Central Africa
Country : Congo (Democratic republic) (Bikoro (Loondo))
Vernacular name : botope (Lokonda)
Reference HK 61
Author(s) : Kibungu Kembelo A.O.
Title : Quelques plantes médicinales du Bas-Congo et leurs usages (198 p.),(2003)
Symptoms : H(094), H(139)
Recipes : H(094) hemorrhoids, crush separately the plants: Zingiber officinale, Cola acuminata (fruits), barks of Mangifera indica, Allium sativum, Piper nigrum, Cyperus articulatus, Capsicum frutescens, Aframomum melegueta, barks of Croton mubango, leaves of Nicotiana tabacum, roots of Landolphia owariensis (barks), Mondia whitei, roots of Aframomum alboviolaceum, Dorstenia psilurus, roots of Bridelia ferruginea and roots of Garcinia huillensis., dilute in water, macerate and let stand overnight. Press well and filter then put in bottles adding a table spoon of sugar in each one. Expose the full solution bottles in the sun for three days. Drink ½ glass, one time in the evening. Warning this medicine may cause dizziness but we must continue the treatment.
H(139) sexual weakness, non-erection of the penis (mbadi), pound and boil the mixing of roots of Landolphia owariensis, of Craterispermum schweinfurthii, red seeds of Arachis hypogea and Lippia multiflora.To filter and drink ½ glass, 2 times per day
Region : West Africa
Country : Congo (Democratic republic) (Bas-Congo Province)
Vernacular name : masuki, goki dikuku (Kikongo)
Reference HL 32
Author(s) : Lautenschläger, T., M. Monizi , M. Pedro, J. L. Mandombe, M. Futuro Bránquima, C. Heinze and C. Neinhuis
Title : First large-scale ethnobotanical survey in the province of Uíge, northern Angola Journal of Ethnobiology and Ethnomedicine 14:51 (2018)
Symptoms : H(095)
Recipes : H(095) nutrition, fruit of Landolphia owariensis
Region : West Africa
Country : Angola (province de Uíge)
Vernacular name : not regisered by the autors
Reference HM 62
Author(s) : Makumbelo E. , L. Lukoki, J.J.s.j Paulus & N. Luyindula
Title : Stratégie de valorisation des espèces ressources des produits non ligneux de la savane des environs de Kinshasa: II. Enquête ethnobotanique (aspects médicinaux) TROPICULTURA, 26, 3, 129-134 (2008)
Symptoms : H(037)
Recipes : H(037) bronchitis, maceration of leaves et roots of Landolphia owariensis, VO.
Region : West Africa
Country : Congo (Democratic republic) (Kinshasa)
Vernacular name : mabundu (Kintandu)
Reference HM 79
Author(s) : Mosango M., F. Szafranski
Title : Plantes sauvages à fruits comestibles dans les environs de Kisangani (Zaïre) Journ. d'Agric. Trad, et de Bota. Appl. XXXII, pp. 177-190; (1985)
Symptoms : H(095)
Recipes : H(095) wild plants with edible fruits: In the fruit of Landolphia owariensis there is a sweet juice in which the seeds are bathed. We suck the seeds for their flavor. The fruits are sold on the market.
Region : Central Africa
Country : Zaïre (Kisangani)
Vernacular name : abaga (Kikumu) ; abiagkoko, kpase (Kimanga) ; moe (Kkingelema) ; ilolo, tololo (Kilokele); ilolo, lilombo (Kiturumbu) ; limbembe (Kigenia)
Reference HT 53
Author(s) : Terashima, H., M. Ichikawa
Title : A comparative ethnobotany of the Mbuti and Efe hunter-gatherers in Itury forest, Democratic Republic of Congo African Study Monographs, 24(1, 2): 1-168, (2003) *partially encoded*
Symptoms : H(095), H(203), H(218)
Recipes : H(095) The soft sweet-sour pulp of Landolphia owariensis around the seeds are swallowed with the seeds (Efe Pygmies, around Andiri village )
H(095) The white flesh is swallowed with the seeds, tasting sweet and sour
H(203) The white latex is used for making rubber (Efe Pygmies in the Ituri forest)
H(095) The fruit is eaten
H(218) The white latex changes into elastic gum, from which boys make a rubber ball to play football game (Mbuti Pygmies, around Teturi village)
H(095) sweet and sour white flesh around the seeds is eaten
H(203), The latex extracted from the cut on the vine is used for making a catapult (Mbuti Pygmies, around in the Ituri forest)
Region : Central Africa
Country : Congo (Democratic republic) (Itury forest)
Vernacular name : ndene,makpodu (Efe Pygmies, Ituri forest),, buma,abuma (Mbuti Pygmies, Ituri forest)
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(068), H(095)
Recipes : H(068) intestinal worms (latex of Landolphia owariensis
H(095) pulp fruits of Landolphia owariensis, highly acidic, is edible
Region : West Africa
Country : Gabon (Eviya habitat)
Vernacular name : (bw-)éla , (Eviya language)