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Official name : Erythrina abyssinica Lam. ex DC.
Family : Fabaceae

86 reference(s) related to this plant

Reference HA 20
Author(s) : Adjanohoun et al.
Title : Contribution to ethnobotanical and floristic studies in Uganda. O.U.A./C.S.T.R., Lagos (1993) From the data bank PHARMEL 2 (ref. HP 10)
Symptoms : H(004), H(005), H(008), H(013), H(077), H(099), H(104), H(113)
Recipes : H(004) wound + H(175), leaves of Diodia scandens , pulp, local application, to dress with leaves of Erythrina abyssinica
H(005), H(099) epilepsy, roots of Acacia polycantha.. subsp campylacantha of Erythrina abyssinica, to pound, decoction (H2O), to filter, scarifications, VO.
H(008), fowers of Erythrina., to cook, to dilute (H2O), to filter, VO.
H(013) back, leaves of Erythrina., to cook, VO.
H(013) , leaves of Erythrina., to cook, VO.
H(077), barks stem, branch, trunk of Erythrina., to pound, to dilute (H2O), to filter, VO.
H(077), roots of Asclepias fruticosa, leaves of Priva cordifolia,barks stem, branch, trunk of Erythrina abyssinica, leaves of Galinsoga parviflora, to pound, to dilute H2O), to filter, VO.
H(104), leaves of Sesbania sesban, barks stem, branch, trunk of Erythrina abyssinica, decoction (H2O), VO.
H(113), leaves of Erythtrina., to dry, powder, local application
Region : East Africa
Country : Uganda
Vernacular name : not registered
Reference HA 24
Author(s) : Ayobangira, S.F.X., K. Tsongo & M.J. Kirarahumu
Title : Contribution à l'étude des plantes médicinales du Nord-Kivu: plantes antihémorroïdaires exploitées dans la ville de Goma. Rev. Méd. Pharm. Afr., Vol. 14, 75 - 87, (2000)
Symptoms : H(094)
Recipes : H(094), 4 handles of leaves, pounded + 2 glass H2O, pressed, VO. : adults 1/2 glass, 2 x / day, child halfdosis
H(094), 1 handle of leaves Lycopersicon esculentum, Tetradenia riparia + 1 handle of Erythrina's abyssinica fresh flowers + 1 handle of button floral Ricinus communis, pounded, 1l H2O, juice, hip-bath (15'), 2 x / day during 10 days
Region : Central Africa
Country : Congo (Democratic republic) (Nord-Kivu, Goma)
Vernacular name : igko (Kinyarwanda), ekikohwa (Hunde), cigohwa (Mashi), mukohwa (Nyanga)
Reference HA 63
Author(s) : Abera B.
Title : Medicinal plants used in traditional medicine by Oromo people, Ghimbi District, Southwest Ethiopia Journal of Ethnobiology and Ethnomedicine,10:40 (2014) http://www.ethnobiomed.com/content/10/1/40
Symptoms : H(113)
Recipes : H(113) cramp, abdominal distention, crushed fresh bark of Erythrina abyssinica is homogenized in H2O, VO.
Region : East Africa
Country : Southwest Ethiopia
Vernacular name : beroo (Oromo)
Reference HB 01
Author(s) : Baerts, M. & J. Lehmann
Title : Guérisseurs et plantes médicinales de la région des crêtes Zaïre-Nil au Burundi. Musée royal de l'Afrique centrale, Tervuren, Belgique.Ann. Sc. Eco., Vol. 18, 214 p., (1989) From the data bank PHARMEL 2 (ref. HP 10)
Symptoms : H(001), H(008), H(018), H(027), H(033), H(037), H(038), H(053), H(055), H(077), H(100), H(104), H(124), H(126), H(135), H(137), H(158), H(201)
Recipes : H(001), leaves, barks stem, branche, trunk of Erythrina abyssinica, decoction (H2O), instillation oculaire
H(008), H(077), new born during milking, barks stem, branche, trunk of Erythrina abyssinica, leaves of Solanum aculeastrum, maceration (H2O), enema
H(018), leaves, barks stem, branche, trunk of Erythrina, decoction (H2O), inhalation
H(027), barks stem, branche, trunk of Erythrina abyssinica, leaves of Rumex bequaertii, decoction (H2O), VO.
H(027), barks stem, branche, trunk of Erythrina abyssinica, carbonisation, VO.
H(033) sterility woman, decoction (H2O) leaves, écorce partie souterraine of Acanthus pubescens of Erythrina abyssinica, leaves of Microglossa pyrifolia of Paullinia pinnata, VO.
H(037) cough, leaves of Erythrina abyssinica of Lantana trifolia, to carbonize, VO.
H(038), H(104), H(135), (those symptom are called "impanga"), decoction (H2O) roots of Acalypha villicaulis of Rumex bequaertii, flowers of Erythrina abyssinica, enema
H(053) otalgie, flowers of Erythrina., in banana leaves, to soften at the heat of the fire, juice, drops in ears
H(055), leaves of Bridelia brideliifolia of Erythrina abyssinica of Myrica salicifolia of Schrebera alata, decoction (H2O), VO.
H(100), leaves of Abrus precatorius… subsp. africanus of Bidens pilosa of Erythrina abyssinica, enema, decoction (H2O)
H(124) bleeding at the nose, leaves of Cardiospermum halicacabum, leaves, barks stem, branche, trunk of Erythrina abyssinica, jus drops in nose
H(126), roots of Erythrina., powder, VO.
H(126), leaves of Bidens pilosa of Guizotia scabra, barks stem, branche, trunk of Erythrina abyssinica, decoction (H2O), VO.
H(126), leaves. of Bidens pilosa, barks stem, branche, trunk of Erythrina abyssinica of Tamarindus indica, decoction (H2O), VO
H(126), roots of Erythrina abyssinica, pétiole of Ensete ventricosum, leaves of Thunbergia sp., decoction (H2O), VO.
H(126), leaves of Melia azedarach, barks stem, branche, trunk of Erythrina abyssinica, decoction (H2O), VO.
H(126), barks stem, branche, trunk of Erythrina abyssinica, leaves of Rubia cordifolia …. subsp. conotricha, decoction (H2O), VO.
H(137) analgic , decoction (H2O) leaves of Anisopappus africanus of Dodonaea viscosa, Erythrina abyssinica, Geranium aculeolatum, Pavetta ternifolia, steam bath
H(158), barks stem, branche, trunk of Erythrina , powder, VO.
H(158), leaves of Erythrina., decoction (H2O), VO.
H(158), flowers of Erythrina., juice, VO.
H(201) psychosis again bad spirits, leaves of Erythrina., decoction (H2O), VO.
H(201) psychosis again bad spirits, barks stem, branche, trunk of Erythrina., powder, diluer (H2O), inhalation
H(201) again bad spirits, leaves of Dalbergia lactea of Erythrina abyssinica, decoction (H2O), VO.
H(201) psychosis again a spell or bewitchment, leaves of Englerina woodfordioides, leaves, barks stem, branche, trunk of Erythrina abyssinica, infusion (H2O), VO., inhalation
H(201) psychosis again a spell or bewitchment, leaves of Erythrina abyssinica, to carbonize, scarifications
H(201) psychosis again a spell or bewitchment, leaves of Erythrina abyssinica, decoction (H2O), VO.
Region : Central Africa
Country : Burundi (Zaïre-Nil ridge region)
Vernacular name : umurinzi, umugumya, intare y'irungu (Kirundi)
Reference HB 25M
Author(s) : Bossard, E.
Title : La médecine traditionnelle au centre et à l'ouest de l'Angola. Ministério da ciênciae da tecnologia. Instituto de investigaçâo cientifica tropical. Lisboa - p. 531 (1996) (ISBN : 972-672-858-4)
Symptoms : H(100)
Recipes : H(100) syphylis second period, barks or roots of Erythrina abyssinica, decoction (H2O), VO.
Region : West Africa
Country : Angola (regions of Cuanza Norte, Cazengo)
Vernacular name : (mu) bungu, (mu) lungu (Kimbundu)
Reference HB 25M
Author(s) : Bossard, E.
Title : La médecine traditionnelle au centre et à l'ouest de l'Angola. Ministério da ciênciae da tecnologia. Instituto de investigaçâo cientifica tropical. Lisboa - p. 531 (1996) (ISBN : 972-672-858-4)
Symptoms : H(001), H(006), H(008), H(027), H(037), H(038), H(077), H(082), H(091), H(099), H(104), H(130)
Recipes : H(001) vision, steam bath of leaves of mbangalunda (Erythtina abyssinica) of molo (Ricinus communis) of humbi (Lannea sp.) of sese (Cassia angolensis) + roots tea, VO. 1 cup 3 X / day
H(006) child constipation, infusion of roots of mbangalunda (Erythrina abyssinica) of tola (Piliostigma thonningii)
H(008) diarrhoea child, roots tea, VO. tepid
H(027) to prevent miscarriage, roots tea of mbangalunda (Erythtina abyssinica) of lavi (Psychotria sp.), VO.
H(037) cough, roots tea, VO.
H(038) uro genital pain, to cut the leaves in pieces of mbali-mbali (Opuntia vulgaris) + soap, to heat, tepid enema + VO. roots tea of mbangalunda (Erythrina abyssinica) of tola (Piliostigma thonningii)
H(077) child vomiting, roots tea of tola (Piliostigma thonningii ) of mbangalunda (Erythrina abyssinica)
H(082) asthma, ONS. tea of mbangalunda (Erythrina abyssinica) of sala (oeuf) of ndilasonde (Pterocarpus angolensis)
H(091) fatigue, asthenia, infusion of leaves, VO. Before 18 h
H(099) epilepsy, VO. preparation of fruits of maracuja (Passiflora edulis) of roots of mbangalunda (Erythrina abyssinica) during l'attaque, ensuite tea of kaka (unidentified plant)
H(104) colic + H(038) uro-genital infection, cut the leaves in pieces of mbali-mbali (Opuntia vulgaris) + soap, to heat, tepid enema + VO. roots tea of mbangalunda (Erythrina abyssinica) of tola (Piliostigma thonningii)
H(130) poliomyelietis, to pound the roots of mbangalunda (Erythrina abyssinica) of huku (Dombeya quinqueseta), frictions
Region : West Africa
Country : Angola (regions of Bié, Chinguar)
Vernacular name : (i) mbangalunda (Umbundu)
Reference HB 28
Author(s) : Banderembako Fabien & Ntitangirageza Térence
Title : La médecine populaire au Burundi : quelques plantes médicinales.
Symptoms : H(037)
Recipes : H(037) cough, extract preparation from the bark of leaves preparation from the bark of Erythrina abyssinica spreparation from the bark of tened by fire or ashes preparation from the bark of leaves, VO.
Region : Central Africa
Country : Burundi
Vernacular name : umurinzi (Kirundi)
Reference HB 44
Author(s) : Bekalo, T. H., S. D. Woodmatas, Z. A. Woldemariam
Title : An ethnobotanical study of medicinal plants used by local people in the lowlands of Konta Special Woreda, southern nations, nationalities and peoples regional state, Ethiopia. Journal of Ethnobiology and Ethnomedicine 5: 26 (2009) doi: 10.1186/1746-4269-5-26 + Additional file
Symptoms : H(104)
Recipes : H(104) abdominal distention, H(104) abdominal cramp, crushed fresh bark of Erythrina abyssinica is homogenized in H2O, VO.
Region : East Africa
Country : Ethiopie (lowlands of Konta)
Vernacular name : borttuwaa (Konta)
Reference HC 13d
Author(s) : Chabra, S.C., R.L.A. Mahunnah & E.N. Mshiu
Title : Plants used in traditional medicine in Eastern Tanzania.IV. Angiosperms (Mimosaceae to Papilionaceae). Journal of Ethnopharmacology, Volume 29, pp. 295 - 323, (1990)
Symptoms : H(104)
Recipes : H(104) stomach, VO. decoction (H2O) stembarks
Region : East Africa
Country : Tanzania (East)
Vernacular name : muungu (Pare), nkabarwanghuba (Sukuma)
Reference HC 31
Author(s) : Chekole, G., Z. Asfaw, E. Kelbessa
Title : Ethnobotanical study of medicinal plants in the environs of Tara-gedam and Amba remnant forests of Libo Kemkem District, northwest Ethiopia Journal of Ethnobiology and Ethnomedicine, 11:4 (2015) http://www.ethnobiomed.com/content/11/1/4
Symptoms : V(051)
Recipes : V(051) febrile illness, dried stem bark of Erythrina abyssinica, écraser then fumigate or drink the concoction
Region : East Africa
Country : Northwest Ethiopia
Vernacular name : kuara (Amharic)
Reference HD 07
Author(s) : Durand, J.M.
Title : Les plantes bienfaisantes du Ruanda et de l'Urundi. Astrida, Groupe scolaire, 89 p., (1960)
Symptoms : H(004), H(013), H(020), H(173)
Recipes : H(004) wounds (ibisebe), wash the wound, crushing the leaves of Hoslundia opposita (umutu) of Erythrina abyssinica (umuko) make a paste. Applying a perforated leaf of umuko on the wound which is covered with the paste and again cover with a perforated leaf of umuko + bandage
H(004) wounds (ibisebe), paste of leaves. Applying a perforated leaf of umuko on the wound which is covered with the paste and again cover with a perforated leaf of umuko + bandage
H(004) wounds (ibisebe), juice of paste of leaves of Crassocephalum bumbense ( ikinyaminyame) of Crassocephalum bumbense ( icyunamyi) on the wound + paste of leaves on the wound cover with a perforated leaf of umuko. Renewed every day
H(004) wounds (ibisebe), Juice cooked in syrup of leaves of umukondokondo (unidentified plant) pounded on a leaf of Erythrina abyssinica (umuko). Local application
H(004), leaves Hoslundia opposita + young leaves Erythrina abyssinica , pounded, paste, cataplasm recovered by young perforated leaves of Erythrina abyssinica, the whole is maintained with a dry leaf of a banana tree
H(013) , leaves Crassocephalum bumbense work up, dough, juice on ulcer and plaster wiyh the rest of the dough to cover with a leave of Cyathula uncinulata or Erythrina abyssinica
H(020) snake bite, paste of leaves of Erythrina abyssinica (umuko) on scarifications around the wound. The paste is covered with a leaf of the tree umuko
H(020), pounded leaves Lantana trifolia, cataplasm on the bite + dressing with leaves of Erythrina abyssinica during 1 H, then a new dressing with leaves and stems of Thunbergia alata
H(173) leprosy (ibibembe), pounded leaves in equal parts of Melanthera scandens (icyumwa) of Vernonia thomsoniana (urukurazo), to make a ball soaked in urine of cow or goat, mix with a bit of copper powder, lightly rub the clean wound with the ball. Spread the paste of another ball on the wound and cover with a leaf of Erythrina abyssinica (umuko) whose ridges were removed Plant names from the work of Durand have been encoded from Kinyarwanda names. Confusions are possible.
Region : Central Africa
Country : Rwanda
Vernacular name : umuko (Kinyarwanda)
Reference HD 11
Author(s) : Dhetchuvi, M.- M. & J. Lejoly
Title : Contribution à la connaissance des plantes médicinales du Nord-Est du Zaïre. Mitt. Inst. Allg. Bot. Hamburg, 23 b, 991 - 1006, (1990)
Symptoms : H(053), H(100)
Recipes : H(053), flowers of Erythrina., RNS.
H(100), leaves of Erythrina abyssinica, RNS.
Region : West Africa
Country : Congo (Democratic republic) (ex. Zaïre)
Vernacular name : not registered
Reference HF 10
Author(s) : Fumba, G
Title : Plantes médicinales antivenimeuse du Burundi Ministère du plan burundais (1983) lmprimerie S.A. LES PRESSES DE L'AVENIR , 42, rue des Déportés, 6700 Arlon {Belgique)
Symptoms : H(020)
Recipes : H(020) snake bite, barks of Erythrina abyssinica are pounded and cooked in an earthen pot which contained butter and massage with this pulp. The leaves of Asparagus africanus are chewed and sprayed on the bite.
Region : Central Africa
Country : Burundi
Vernacular name : umurinzi (Kirundi)
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), H(008), H(037), H(038), H(046), H(068), H(091), H(103), H(104), H(109), H(168), H(201)
Recipes : H(004) mouth, H(103), roots of Erythrina abyssinica, infusion (H2O), mouth wash
H(008),H(037) cough, H(104), barks stem, branch, trunk of Erythrina., infusion (H2O), VO.
H(038), roots of Erythrina abyssinica deTurraea nilotica, infusion (H2O), VO.
H(046) measles, barks stem, branch, trunk of Erythrina abyssinica, seeds of Vigna unguiculata, to cook, VO.
H(068) bilharziosis, roots of Erythrina abyssinica, seeds of Vigna unguiculata, to cook, VO.
H(091) cachexia, roots of Erythrina., infusion (H2O), to wash, VO.
H(091) cachexia child, barks stem, branch, trunk of Erythrina., decoction (H2O), to wash, VO.
H(109) dorsalgia, roots of Erythrina., infusion (H2O), VO.
H(168), roots of Erythrina., infusion (H2O), to wash, VO.
H(201) psychosis, roots, leaves, barks stem, branch, trunk of Erythrina., powder, VO.
Region : East Africa
Country : Zimbabwe
Vernacular name : not registered
Reference HG 02
Author(s) : Glover, P.E., J. Stewart & M.D. Gwynne
Title : Masai and Kipsigis notes on East african plants, Part III - Medicinal uses of plants. East African agricultural and forestry journal, 32, 2, 200 - 207, (1966)
Symptoms : H(000)
Recipes : H(000), internal pains, roots, decoction (H2O), RNS.
Region : East Africa
Country : Kenya
Vernacular name : not registered
Reference HG 18
Author(s) : Giday Mirutse , Tilahum Teklehaymanot, Abebe Animut,Yalemtsehay Mekonnen
Title : Medicinal plants of the Shinasha, Agew-awi and Amhara peoples in northwest Ethiopia. Journal of Ethnopharmacology, Volume 110, pp. 516 - 525 (2007)
Symptoms : H(008) + H(104)
Recipes : H(008) + H(104), stembarks of Erythrina abyssinica, RNS., VO.
Region : East Africa
Country : Ethiopia (Northwest)
Vernacular name : gelya (Shinasha)
Reference HG 1k
Author(s) : Gachathi, F.N.
Title : Kikuyu botanical dictionary of plant names and uses. Publication supported by GTZ , (1989)The print shop, P.O. Box 24576, Nairobi.
Symptoms : H(126), H(172)
Recipes : H(126), H(172), roots, barks, liver, (no alcohol)
Region : East Africa
Country : Kenya
Vernacular name : not registered
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(033), H(051x), H(107), H(126)
Recipes : H(126) hepatitis, cold water extract from crushed bark of Erythrina abyssinica, VO.
H(126) hepatitis, H(051x) yellow fever, H(107) typhoid fever, barks infusion, VO.
H(126) hepatitis, barks of Erythrina abyssinica with Harungana madagascariensis, decoction, enema, causes cleaning diarrhoea
H(051x) yellow fever, barks decoction of Erythrina abyssinica with Harungana madagascariensis, enema, causes cleaning diarrhoea
H(033) fertility, bark decoction with sugar, VO.
Region : West Africa
Country : northern Angola
Vernacular name : mulungulungu, mungomangoma, nlungwa kwma (Kikongo)
Reference HH 09a
Author(s) : Hamill, F.A., S. Apio, N.K. Mubiru, M. Mosango, R.Bukenya-Ziraba, O.W. Maganyi, D.D. Soejarto,
Title : Traditional herbal drugs of southern Uganda, I, Journal of Ethnopharmacology, Volume 70, pp. 281 -300 (2000)
Symptoms : H(076)
Recipes : H(076) mild infusions', corresponding to about half a handful of inner bark per 200 ml water, VO., 2 X / day, as needed to effect result
Region : East Africa
Country : Uganda (southern), tribe Bakiga, Baganda, district of Kabale
Vernacular name : not registered
Reference HH 1k
Author(s) : Harjula, R.
Title : Mirau and his practice.A study of the ethnomedicinal repertoire of a tanzanian herbalist. Institut for cultural research, University of Turku, Finland, 224 p., (1980)TRI-MED BOOKS LTD: LONDON Registered Office: 5 Tudor Cottage, Lovers Walk, Finchley, London, N3 1JH
Symptoms : H(037)
Recipes : H(037), cough with fever and pains, A piece of fresh bark is boiled, and 1-3 glassfuls of the preparation are taken once a day; a piece of about 5 x 10 cm will prepare enough for a week. One glassful is taken in the morning and one again in the evening for several days if nee. If the leaves cannot be boiled,a few small leaves may be chewed . Children's dosages are smaller.
Region : East Africa
Country : Tanzania
Vernacular name : nriri