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Official name : Aristolochia bracteata Retz.
Family : Aristolochiaceae

14 reference(s) related to this plant

Reference HA 35
Author(s) : Adamu Harami M. , O.J. Abayeh, M.O. Agho, A.L. Abdullahi, A. Uba, H.U. Dukku & and B.M. WufemTesfaye Kebede, Kelbessa Urga, Kidist Yersaw, Teklele Biza, Bisrat Haile Mariam & Mulugeta GutaYersaw, Teklele Biza, Bisrat Haile Mariam & Mulugeta Guta
Title : An ethnobotanical survey of Bauchi State herbal plants and their antimicrobial activity. Journal of Ethnopharmacology. Volume 97, pp. 421-427 ( 2005)
Symptoms : H(068)
Recipes : H(068) anthelmintics , stem, RNS.
Region : West Africa
Country : Nigeria (Bauchi state)
Vernacular name : duman dutse
Reference HB 2k
Author(s) : Bebawi, F. F. & L. Neugebohrn
Title : A review of plants of Northern Sudan with special reference to their Uses. Published by: Deutsche Gesellschaft für technische Zusammenarbeit (GTZ) GmbH, Postfach 5180, D-6236 Eschborn, Federal Republic of Germany, 296 p., (1991) Distributed by: D-6101 Rossdorf, Federal Republic of Germany.
Symptoms : H(006), H(020), H(068)
Recipes : H(068), H(006), The whole plant is very bitter and is said to bave anthelmintic and purgative properties, RNS.
H(020), lt is believed to be an antidote to snake poison and scorpion bites, ONS., RNS.
Region : East Africa
Country : Sudan
Vernacular name : um galagil.
Reference HE 12
Author(s) : El-Kamali, H. H.
Title : Ethnopharmacology of Medicinal Plants used in North Kordofan (Western Sudan) Ethnobotanical Leaflets 13: 89-97. 2009. http://www.ethnoleaflets.com/leaflets/sudan.htm
Symptoms : H(020)
Recipes : H(020, 12,5%), scorpion sting, chewed fresh root of Aristolochia bracteolata, rubed (on legs)
Region : East Africa
Country : Sudan (North Kordofan)
Vernacular name : irg el agrrab
Reference HE 2k
Author(s) : El Ghazali, G. E. B. , M.S. El Tohami & A.A.B. El Egami
Title : Medicinal plants of the Sudan.Part 3 : Medicinal plants of the White Nile Provinces. Medicinal and aromatic plants institute.National council for research, Khartoum, 11 6 p., (Augustus 1994)
Symptoms : H(078)
Recipes : H(078), plants, cataplasm
Region : East Africa
Country : Sudan (White Nil provinces)
Vernacular name : umm gala'gel
Reference HF 03
Author(s) : Flatie, T., T. Gedif, K. Asres, T. Gebre-Mariam
Title : Ethnomedical survey of Berta ethnic group Assosa Zone, Benishangul-Gumuz regional state, mid-west Ethiopia (Medicinal plants reported by household respondents of Berta ethnic group) Journal of Ethnobiology and Ethnomedicine 2009, 5:14 doi:10.1186/1746-4269-5-14
Symptoms : H(201)
Recipes : H(201, 3) demon possession and characterized by intermittent convulsion (setan), grounded roots, dispersed in water and drunk, and applied to body
Region : East Africa
Country : Ethiopia (Benishangul-Gumuz regional state, mid-west Ethiopia)
Vernacular name : abujelalen
Reference HF 03
Author(s) : Flatie, T., T. Gedif, K. Asres, T. Gebre-Mariam
Title : Ethnomedical survey of Berta ethnic group Assosa Zone, Benishangul-Gumuz regional state, mid-west Ethiopia (Medicinal plants reported by household respondents of Berta ethnic group) Journal of Ethnobiology and Ethnomedicine 2009, 5:14 doi:10.1186/1746-4269-5-14
Symptoms : H(008), H(091)
Recipes : H(008, 2) diarrhorea, H(091, 3) body weakness and intermittent shock (lib himem), ground seeds of Aristolochia bracteolata diluted in H2O, VO and applied on the body
Region : East Africa
Country : Ethiopia (Benishangul-Gumuz regional state, mid-west Ethiopia)
Vernacular name : abujenajil
Reference HG 07
Author(s) : Getahun, A.
Title : Some common medicinal and poisonous plants used in ethiopian folk medicine. Faculty of Science, Addis Abeba University, Addis Abeba, Ethiopia, 63p., (1976)
Symptoms : H(014)
Recipes : H(014)legs, ONS, RNS
Region : East Africa
Country : Ethiopia (Kalaffo, Ogaden)
Vernacular name : ghaga (Arabe), boro, grerbaad, ged-hurguma (Somali)
Reference HH 18
Author(s) : Hassan-Abdallah, A., A. Merito, S. Hassan, D. Aboubaker, M. Djama, Z. Asfaw, E. Kelbessa
Title : Medicinal plants andt heir uses by the people in the Region of Randa, Djibouti Journal of Ethnopharmacology 148 701–713, (2013)
Symptoms : H(006), H(020), H(085), H(086), H(113)
Recipes : H(006) laxative, soaking crushed fresh leaves and fruits Aristolochia bracteolata in H2O and VO.
H(020) snake bites, H(118) angina, H(085) diphtheria, H(113) pains, soaking crushed fresh leaves in H2O and VO.
H(086) ganglions, leaf paste , local application
H(103) toothdecays, fresh leaves in chewed
Region : East Africa
Country : Djibouti (Region of Randa)
Vernacular name : suqsuuqi (Geez ?)
Reference HM 52
Author(s) : Musa, M. S., F. E. Abdelrasool, E. A. Elsheikh, L. A. M. N. Ahmed, A. L. E. Mahmoud & S. M. Yagi
Title : Ethnobotanical study of medicinal plants in the Blue Nile State, South-eastern Sudan Journal of Medicinal Plants Research Vol. 5(17), pp. 4287-4297, 9 September, 2011 http://www.academicjournals.org/JMPR/PDF/pdf2011/9Sept/Musa%20et%20al.pdf
Symptoms : H(051)
Recipes : H(051) paludism, roots of Aristolochia bracteata in decoction, VO.
Region : East Africa
Country : Sudan (South-eastern) (Blue Nile State)
Vernacular name : umm galagl
Reference HS 12a
Author(s) : Samuelsson G., M. H. Faraha, Per Claeson, M. Hagos, M. Thulin, O. Hedberg, A. M. Warfa, A. O. Hassan, A. H. Elmi , A. D. Abdurahman, A. S. Elmi, Y. A. Abdie & M. H. Alin
Title : Inventory of plants used in traditional medicine in Somalia. I. Plants of the families Acanthaceae - Chenopodiaceae. Journal of Ethnopharmacology, Volume 35, pp. 25 - 63, (1991)
Symptoms : H(005), H(037), H(077), H(101), H(104), H(108), H(113)
Recipes : H(005), a handful of fresh leaves Aristolochia bracteata, crushed + salt + 5 gr resin of Commiphora myrrha, used topically
H(037), pneumonia, 3 fresh leaves, crushed, boiled in 1 cup of oil , VO.1/2 cup, the remaining part is applied on the chest
H(077), 1 handful of fresh leaves, crushed in H2O + 1 cup of honey, VO. 1/2 cup, 3X / day during 2 days
H(101), 7 fresh leaves crushed + few H2O+ 1 cup of honey, the whole is eaten in one day. To repeat 3X.
H(104), 10 cm roots are crushed + 1glass H2O, filter. VO. 1 cup 2X /day. Repeat 3X
H(108), influenza, handful of fresh leaves, maceration in 1 cup H2O overnight , filter, VO the whole. Repeat 3x
H(113), 7 fresh leaves crushed + few oil, used topicaly, rigidity of mandibular bones
Region : East Africa
Country : Somalia
Vernacular name : booro, wees.
Reference HS 15
Author(s) : Sofowora Abayomi
Title : Plantes médicinales et médecine traditionnelle d'Afrique. Edition Karthala, 384 p., (1996), 22 - 24, boulevard Arago, 75013 Paris. (Traduit par F. Cepleanu de l'édition originale : Medicinal plants and Traditional Medicine in Africa. Spectrum Books Limited, Ibadan, Nigeria. 1st edition. John Wiley and Sons Limited, (1982)
Symptoms : H(020), H(056)
Recipes : H(020) snakes and scorpions, ONS., RNS.
H(056), Guinea worms, ONS., RNS.
Region : West Africa
Country : Nigeria
Vernacular name : not registered
Reference VA 07
Author(s) : Agab, H.
Title : Traditional treatment methods of camels in eastern Sudanwith emphasis on firing. Journal of Camel Practice and Research, Volume 5, 1, 161 - 164, (1998)
Symptoms : V(020), V(055)
Recipes : VcH(020) scorpion, paste, sedative
Vch(055), leaves, paste, emetic
Region : East Africa
Country : Sudan (East)
Vernacular name : um galagil
Reference VM 04
Author(s) : Matzigkeit, U.
Title : Natural veterinary medecine. Ectoparasites in the Tropics.Weikersheim, Josef Margraf Verlag, Weikersheim, 183 p., (1990) From reference: VB 10
Symptoms : V(039)
Recipes : Vch(039), ONS., RNS., external parasitism
Region : East, West and Central Africa
Country : East, West and central Africa
Vernacular name : not registered
Reference VM 47
Author(s) : Mafimisebi, T.E., A.E.Oguntade, A.N. Fajemisin, O.P. Aiyelari
Title : Local knowledge and socio-economic determinants of traditional medicines utilization in livestock health management in Southwest Nigeria. Journal of Ethnobiology and Ethnomedicine , 8:2, (2012) http://www.ethnobiomed.com/content/pdf/1746-4269-8-2.pdf
Symptoms : V(017), V(020), V(068)
Recipes : V(017) stimulating uterine contraction and parturition in pregnant animals, root and stem extract of Aristolocia bracteata (snakewort), RNS.
V(020) antidote to snake poison, scorpion bite, leaf extract. RNS.
V(068) antihelmintic, leaf extract. RNS.
Region : West Africa
Country : Southwest Nigeria
Vernacular name : not communicated by the authors