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Official name : Irvingia gabonensis (Aubry-LeComte ex O'Rorke) Baill.
Family : Irvingiaceae

13 reference(s) related to this plant

Reference HA 47
Author(s) : Abondo, A., F. Mbenkum & D. Thomas
Title : Ethnobotany and the medicinal plants of the Korup rainforest project area, Cameroon in :Traditional Medicinal Plants. Dar Es Salaam University Press - Ministry of Health - Tanzania, 391 p. (1991)
Symptoms : H(027w)
Recipes : H(027w) cure for the new born, infusion of barks of Irvingia gabonensia rubbed on albino babies to stop bleeding
Region : Central Africa
Country : Cameroon (Korup rainforest )
Vernacular name : not communicated by the authors
Reference HA 60
Author(s) : Amujoyegbe, O.O., M. Idu, J.M. Agbedahunsi, J.O. Erhabor
Title : Ethnomedicinal survey of medicinal plants used in the management of sickle cell disorder in Southern Nigeria Journal of Ethnopharmacology 185, 347–360 (2016) http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.jep.2016.03.042
Symptoms : H(091)
Recipes : H(091) sickle cell disorder, leaf, fruit of Irvingia gabonensis cultivated, RNS.
Region : West Africa
Country : Nigeria du sud
Vernacular name : oro mopa, ogb-ono, mamujigoro (Local name), African/Native/Bush mango (Common name)
Reference HC 21
Author(s) : Chevalier, A.
Title : Les plantes magiques cultivées par les noirs d'Afrique et leur origine. Plus personal communications Father André Walker to the author. Rev. Bot. Appl., Agric. Trop., 27, p. 93 - 105, (1937)
Symptoms : H(006)
Recipes : H(006) constipation, leaves of Solanum macrocarpon cooked with the bread Dika [Irvingia gabonensis Bn.)
Region : West Africa
Country : Gabon
Vernacular name : not communicated by the authors
Reference HD 54
Author(s) : Dibong, S. D. , P. B.Mvogo Ottou, D.Vandi, R. C. Ndjib , F. M. Tchamaha, E. Mpondo Mpondo
Title : Ethnobotanique des plantes médicinales anti hémorroïdaires des marchés et villages du Centre et du Littoral Cameroun Journal of Applied Biosciences 96:9072 – 9093 (2015)
Symptoms : H(002), H(013), H(026), H(033), H(045), H(091), H(094), H(191)
Recipes : H(013) kystes, H(094) hemorrhoids, H(191) purify the blood , barks of Croton oligandrus + Mangifera indica + Irvingia gabonensis + Lophira alata, decoction, VO., 2 times / day
H(026) painful periods, H(033) sexual weakness + H(094) hemorrhoids, barks of Antrocaryon klaineanum + Entandrophragma cylindricum + Morinda lucida + Lophira alata + Irvingia gabonensis + Baillonella toxisperma, decoction, VO., 2 times / day + sitz bath 1 times / day
H(045) cleans up the bad H2O, H(068) worm of woman, H(094) hemorrhoids, barks of Irvingia gabonensis + Mangifera indica + Cylicodiscus gabunensis + Baillonella toxisperma + Antrocaryon campanulata + Baillonella toxisperma + Pycnanthus angolensis, decoction, VO., 2 times / day + sitz bath 1 times / day
H(002) purifie le lait, H(013) diaper rash, H(094) hemorrhoids, H(091) tonifying, barks of Pycnanthus angolensis + Irvingia gabonensis + Lophira alata + Morinda lucida + Baillonella toxisperma, decoction, VO., 2 times / day + sitz bath, 1 times / day
Region : Central Africa
Country : Cameroon (Center and Coastline)
Vernacular name : andok
Reference HI 09
Author(s) : Idu, M., Umweni, A. A., Odaro, T. and Ojelede L.
Title : Ethnobotanical Plants Used for Oral Healthcare Among the Esan Tribe of Edo State, Nigeria. Ethnobotanical Leaflets 13: 548-63, 2009. http://www.ethnoleaflets.com/leaflets/iduoralh.htm
Symptoms : H(103x)
Recipes : H(103x) teeth cleaning, stem of Irvingia gabonensis, chewed
Region : West Africa
Country : Nigeria (Edo State)
Vernacular name : ohiele, ogwe (ogbono) (Esan)
Reference HN 44
Author(s) : Ngene J-P., C. C Ngoule ., C-M. Pouka Kidik, P. B. Mvogo Ottou , R. C. Ndjib, S.D. DIbong, E. Mpondo Mpondo
Title : Importance dans la pharmacopée traditionnelle des plantes à flavonoïdes vendues dans les marchés de Douala est (Cameroun) Journal of Applied Biosciences 88:8194– 8210 (2015) http://dx.doi.org/10.4314/jab.v88i1.6
Symptoms : H(094), H(179)
Recipes : H(094) hemorrhoids, H(179) backache, barks of Irvingia gabonensis + ngongui (Eleusine indica), decoction, VO.
Region : Central Africa
Country : Cameroon (markets of Douala)
Vernacular name : andok beti (Ewondo)
Reference HS 46
Author(s) : Sunderland, T.C.H., & C. Obama
Title : Etude préliminaire de marché sur les produits forestier non ligneux en Guinée équatoriale Document FAO (1998): http://www.fao.org/docrep/x2161f/x2161f23.htm
Symptoms : H(095)
Recipes : H(095) condiment, kernel of Irvingia gabonensis, regions of Rio Muni and Bioko island
Region : West Africa
Country : Equatorial Guinea
Vernacular name : andok (Fang)
Reference HT 47
Author(s) : Feuya Tchouya,G. R. , A. Souza, J. C. Tchouankeu, J.-F. Yala, M. Boukandou, H. Foundikou, G. D. Nguema Obiang, F. Fekam Boyom, R. Mabika Mabika, E. Zeuko´o Menkem, D. Tantoh Ndinteh, J. Lebibi
Title : Ethnopharmacological surveys and pharmacological studies of plants used in traditional medicine in the treatment of HIV/AIDS opportunistic diseases in Gabon Journal of Ethnopharmacology 162, 306–316 (2015)
Symptoms : H(199), H(082)
Recipes : H(199) HIV/AIDS and opportunistic diseases; H(082) respiratory tract infections, barks, fruits of Irvingia gabonensis, RNS.
Region : West Africa
Country : Gabon (Northwest and Southeastern provinces)
Vernacular name : mpetche
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)
Recipes : H(095) the fatty kernels of Irvingia gabonensisare eagerly searched and eaten raw or roasted. They are called “wild groundnuts” (Efe Pygmies in Ituri forest)
H(095) The flat kernels are eaten roasted. Sometimes the roasted kernels are pounded and eaten. The pulp is not eaten by the Efe (Efe Pygmies in Ituri forest) (Mbuti Pygmies in the Ituri forest)
Region : Central Africa
Country : Congo (Democratic republic) (Itury forest)
Vernacular name : ambele (Efe Pygmies, Ituri forest), essele (Mbuti Pygmies, Ituri forest)
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 : V(095)
Recipes : V(095) The fruit of Irvingia gabonensis is eaten by elephants (observation by Pygmies in the Ituri forest)
Region : Central Africa
Country : Congo (Democratic republic) (Itury forest)
Vernacular name : ambele (Efe Pygmies, Ituri forest), essele (Mbuti Pygmies, Ituri forest)
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, seeds, fruit, leaves, stem-bark, root of Irvingia gabonensis, decoction , RNS. Region of use for diabetes (South east of Nigeria), (South south of Nigeria), (South west of Nigeria)
Other medicinal uses: dysentry, wound ulcers, liver disorders, hemorrhage, anti-microbial, analgesic ONS. RNS
Region : West Africa
Country : Nigeria
Vernacular name : ogbono (Ibo), dikanut, african mango, bush mango (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 http://www.ddl.ish-lyon.cnrs.fr/fulltext/Van der Veen/Van der Veen_à paraître_a.pdf
Symptoms : H(004), H(095), H(111)
Recipes : H(004) diarrhea and dysentery, grated bark of Irvingia gabonensis in a big green banana cooked on the coals.
H(111) burns, applications of powder of modika (see below)
H(095) almonds fruit are used for making bread of mo-dika
Region : West Africa
Country : Gabon (Eviya habitat)
Vernacular name : (w-)iba , (Eviya language)
Reference HZ 01
Author(s) : Zirihi Guédé, N., K. N'Guessan, T. Etien Dibié, P. Grellier
Title : Ethnopharmacological study of plants used to treat malaria, in traditional medicine, by Bete Populations of Issia (Côte d’Ivoire) Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences and Research, Vol.2 (4), 216-227 (2010)
Symptoms : H(051)
Recipes : H(051) paludism, stem bark decoction of Irvingia gabonensis,VO.
Region : West Africa
Country : Ivory Coast .(Department of Issia)
Vernacular name : not communicated by the authors