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Official name : Euphorbia ingens E.Mey. ex Boiss.
Family : Euphorbiaceae

10 reference(s) related to this plant

Reference HA 22
Author(s) : Arnold, H.-J. & M. Gulumian
Title : Pharmacopoeia of traditional medicine in Venda. Journal of Ethnopharmacology, Volume 12, pp. 35 -74, (1984) http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/0378874184900862
Symptoms : H(003), H(008), H(130)
Recipes : H(003) swollen ankles, roots of Euphorbia ingens of Synadenium cupulare of Brackenridgea zanguebarica + snake bones and petroleum jelly, to burn and ashes rubbed on swollen ankles
H(008) diarrhoea, roots of Euphorbia ingens, decoction in a soft porridge
H(130) paralysis, burned roots of Euphorbia ingens of Euphorbia cooperi + thorn of any tree on swollen parts for 2 weeks, afterwards ashes of roots of Synadenium cupulare mixed with ashes of bones of snake (python), baboon + petroleuym jelly, applied on scarifications made on the paralysed site
Region : South Africa
Country : South Africa (Venda country)
Vernacular name : mukonde (Luvenda)
Reference HC 25
Author(s) : Corrigan, B.M. , B.-E. Van Wyk, C.J. Geldenhuys, J.M. Jardine
Title : Ethnobotanical plant uses in the KwaNibela Peninsula, St Lucia, South Africa South African Journal of Botany 77, 346–359 (2011)
Symptoms : H(201)
Recipes : H(201), a cutting of Euphorbia ingens is planted in the garden to ward off evil spirits.
Region : South Africa
Country : South Africa
Vernacular name : umHlonhlo
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(037), H(082), H(092)
Recipes : H(037) bronchitis, latex delayed, VO. In porridge (vomitive and purgative effect)
H(082) astma, latex of Euphorbia ingens, stem of Brachystegia spiciformis without leaves, crushed, delayed, dried, steam bath
H(092) poison, toxic , application of latex or VO.
Region : East Africa
Country : Zimbabwe
Vernacular name : not communicated by the authors
Reference HK 45
Author(s) : Koduru, S., D. S. Grierson and A. J. Afolayan
Title : Ethnobotanical information of medicinal plants used for treatment of cancer in the Eastern Cape Province, South Africa. Current Science, Vol. 92, N°. 7, 10 april 2007
Symptoms : H(078)
Recipes : H(078) cancer, latex of Euphorbia ingens is applied topically on external cancers everyday until the tumour heals.
Region : South Africa
Country : South Africa (Eastern Cape Province)
Vernacular name : nkondze
Reference HL 29
Author(s) : Lestrade, A
Title : La médecine indigène au Ruanda et Lexique des termes médicaux français - urunyarwanda Mémoire présenté à la séance du 20 décembre 1954. de l'Académie Royale des Sciences Coloniales de Belgique
Symptoms : H(051), H(100)
Recipes : H(051) chronic paludism: Leaves and bark of Sesbania sesban (umunyegenyege). juice of Clerodendron capitatum (ikiziranyenzi), taken in banana beer. Juice of Euphorbia ingens (euphorbia candelabrum) (ikiduha) , ikyiha) taken from cow blood. Juice of leaves of Crassocephalum multicorymbosum (umutagara) warmed in the sun, diluted with water : sudorific energetic, nausea, vomiting. It is said that this remedy is dangerous
H(100) gonorrhea (imitezi ) : a few drops of latex Euphorbia ingens (euphorbia candelabrum) (ikiduha) , ikyiha) to take in a sorghum porridge
Region : Central Africa
Country : Rwanda
Vernacular name : ikiduha (Kinyarwanda)
Reference HM 58
Author(s) : Mabogo, D.E.N.
Title : The ethnobotany of the Vhavenda. Magister Scientiae in the Faculty of Science (Department of Botany) Thesis, University of Pretoria. (1990)
Symptoms : H(013)
Recipes : H(013) ulcer (pfuko), barks of Euphorbia ingens, RNS.
Region : South Africa
Country : South Africa (Venda country)
Vernacular name : mukonde (Venda)
Reference HM 76
Author(s) : Maroyi, A.
Title : Diversity of use and local knowledge of wild and cultivated plants in the Eastern Cape province, South Africa Journal of Ethnobiology and Ethnomedicine,13:43 (2017) https://doi.org/10.1186/s13002-017-0173-8
Symptoms : H(013), H(078)
Recipes : H(078) cancer, H(013) skin rash, latex of Euphorbia ingens, RNS.
Region : South Africa
Country : South Africa (Eastern Cape province)
Vernacular name : intsema (isi Xhosa)
Reference HS 37
Author(s) : Semenya, S.S, M. J. Potgieter
Title : Bapedi traditional healers in the Limpopo Province, South Africa: their socio-cultural profile and traditional healing practice Journal of Ethnobiology and Ethnomedicine 2014, 10:4 doi:10.1186/1746-4269-10-4 http://www.ethnobiomed.com/content/10/1/4 + Additional file 1: 1550002148105490_add1.docx, 74K http://www.ethnobiomed.com/imedia/1279488442116872/supp1.docx
Symptoms : H(078)
Recipes : H(078, 3) breast cancer, stem of Euphorbia ingens. applied topically (raw prescription), directly in to the incision on breast made by a healer, every time afterbathing.
Region : South Africa
Country : South Africa (Limpopo Province)
Vernacular name : mohlohlokgomo
Reference VL 14
Author(s) : Lans Cheryl , Tonya Khan
Title : Family poultry and Newcastle disease in Africa: the role of ethnoveterinary medicine. (1999) University of Victoria, Vancouver. Article on http://www.ethnovet.com/files/poster_avian_flu_ethnovet2.htm
Symptoms : V(105)
Recipes : Vv(105), branch of Euphorbia ingens, crushed and mixed with drinking water.
Vv(105), fruit of Capsicum annuum, leaves of Iboza multiflora, stems of Euphorbia ingens, crushed and mixed with drinking water.
Region : not communicated
Country : not communicated
Vernacular name : not communicated by the authors
Reference VT 29
Author(s) : Tendai Nyahangare, E., B. Marimanzi Mvumi, Tonderai Mutibvu
Title : Ethnoveterinary plants and practices used for ecto-parasite control in semi-arid smallholder farming areas of Zimbabwe Journal of Ethnobiology and Ethnomedicine 11:30 (2015) doi:10.1186/s13002-015-0006-6
Symptoms : V(039)
Recipes : V(039) fleas and ticks, mix milk sap of stems of Euphorbia ingens with water and place on infested sites. Avoid contact with the eyes
Region : East Africa
Country : Zimbabwe
Vernacular name : mukondekonde (Shona)