You are on page 1of 158

3 reference(s) for Abrus precatorius L. Official name: Abrus precatorius L. Family: Fabaceae Abrus_precatorius13.jpg , HA08Abrus_precatorius.jpg , Abrus_precatorius1.jpg , Abrus_precatorius2.jpg , Abrus_precatorius3.

jpg , Abrus_precatorius4.jpg , Abrus_precatorius5.jpg , Abrus_precatorius8.jpg , Abrus_precatorius-koeh-002.jpg , Pictures: Abrus_precatorius11.jpg , Abrus_precatorius9.jpg , Abrus_precatorius10.jpg , Abrus_precatorius12.jpg , Abrus_precatorius6.jpg , Abrus_precatorius7.jpg , HA01Abrus_ precatorius.jpg

Author: Abo, K. A., A.A. Fred-Jaiyesimi, A.E.A. Jaiyessimi Ethnobotanical studies of medicinal plants used in the management of diabetes mellitus in South Title: Western Nigeria. Journal of Ethnopharmacology, Volume 115, pp. 67- 71, (2008) Symptoms: H(171) Recipes: H(171, 3) diabetes, leaves decoction of Abrus precatorius, VO. (cure during 1 to 6 months) Region: West Africa Country: South Western Nigeria Vernacular name: ojuolobo , catt's eye (local English) Reference HG 22 Author: Gbolade, A. A.

Inventory of antidiabetic plants in selected districts of Lagos State, Nigeria Journal of Ethnopharmacology, Volume 121, pp. 135?139, (2009) Symptoms: H(171) H(171) diabetes mellitus, Leaves of Abrus precatorius, Alchornea cordifolia and Blighia Recipes: sapida should be squeezed with H2O until the juice comes out, infusion in H2O, VO. Region: West Africa Country: Nigeria (Lagos State) Vernacular name: ojuologbo Reference HM 01 Author: Mandango M.A., I. Boemu L. & M. Bongombola Plantes antidiabtiques de Kinshasa (Zare). Mitt. Inst. Allg.. Bot. Hamburg, 23b, 1021 - 1031, Title: (1990) Symptoms: H(171) H(171) sugared, underground part of the bark Rauvolfia obscura, Abrus precatorius, Piper Recipes: guineense, Aframomum melegueta, Zingiber officinale + kaolin and bicarbonate of soda Region: West Africa Country: Democratic republic of Congo (ex. Zare) Vernacular name: not registered by the investigators Title: 1 reference(s) for Acacia nilotica (L.) Willd. ex Del. Official name: Acacia nilotica (L.) Willd. ex Del. Family: Fabaceae Synonyms: Acacia arabica Willd.; Acacia scorpioides (L.) W.F. Wight Pictures: Acacia_nilotica3.jpg , Acacia_nilotica2.jpg , Acacia_nilotica1.jpg , B5NordAcacia_nilotica.jpg

Author: Boulos, L. Medicinal plants of North Africa. Reference Publications, Inc., 218 St. Clair River Drive, Box Title: 344, Algonac, Michigan 48001, 286p. , (1983) Symptoms: H(004), H(008), H(014), H(051), H(166), H(171) H(008), gum exudates from the tree antidiarrhoeic. H(166), stem bark extract antiamoebic, H(166) antispasmodic, hypotensive H(008)childeren, Infusion of fruits for diarrhoea, especially for children H(004) gums, H(051), powdered fruits used against fevers and as a cure for sore gums and 1005e teeth H(171)for H(171) diabetes by taking a teaspoonful first thing in the morning. Nubians in Recipes: southern Egypt believe that diabetic patients may eat as much food rich in carbohydrates as they please withoul risk if they regularly take powdered pods H(014), Mixture of powdered pods and henna (Lawsonia inermis) leaves made into a plaster is effective against some skin diseases and the irritated parts between toes; the applied plaster must be left to dry for a few days, then washed with cold water.. THIS PLANT HAS NO SIGNALIZED USE IN VETERINARY MEDICINE IN NORTH AFRICA BUT WELL IN SUB-SAHARAN AFRICA Region: North Africa Country: Egypt Vernacular name: sant; gurti ; shoka masrya, shoka qibttya ; fruit: qarad (Arabic), Egyptian acacia, Egyptian thorn, gum (Arabic) tree (English), acacia d' Egypte, gommier d' Egypte, gommier rouge (local French) 1 reference(s) for Acacia nilotica (L.) Willd. ex Del. var. adansoni Official name: Acacia nilotica (L.) Willd. ex Del. var. adansoni Family: Fabaceae Synonyms: Acacia nilotica (L.) Willd. ex Del. subsp. adstringens (Schumm. & Thonn.) Roberty Pictures: HA06Acacia_nilotica_adansoni.jpg Author: Gurib-Fakim, Ameenah, Joseph Guho Title: Plantes mdicinales de l'le Rodrigues Stanley, Rose-Hill. Editions de l'ocan indien - Universit

de Maurice (Rduit) , 580 p. (1994) (ISBN 99903-0-171-9) Symptoms: H(171) Recipes: H(171) diabetes, decoction of the plant Acacia nilotica ?. subsp. adstringens , VO. Region: Mauritius Country: Rodrigues Island Vernacular name: piquant loulou, cassie piquants blancs 1 reference(s) for Adansonia digitata L. Official name: Adansonia digitata L. Family: Malvaceae Synonyms: Adansonia sphaerocarpa A.Chev. Adansonia_digitata2.jpg , Adansonia_digitata6.jpg , Adansonia_digitata1.jpg , Pictures: Adansonia_digitata3.jpg , HA06Adansonia_digitata.jpg , Adansonia_digitata5.jpg , Adansonia_digitata4.jpg

Author: Diafouka, A. J. P. Analyse des usages des plantes mdicinales dans 4 rgions de Congo-Brazzaville. Thse de Title: doctorat, Universit libre de Bruxelles, Facult des Sciences, Laboratoire de Botanique

Systmatique et de Phytosociologie, 431 p., (1997) Symptoms: H(008), H(014), H(171) H(008) dysentery, barks of Adansonia digitata, decoction in 1,5 l. H2O, VO., 100 ml during 3 days H(008) dysentery, barks of Adansonia., to pound, decoction in 1,5 l. H2O, to filter + 10 pieces Recipes: of sugar, VO. during 3 J. ; childs, 50 ml. ; adults, 100 ml. H(014) whitlow, leaves of Adansonia. + palm oil, dressing on the sick finger H(171), roots of Annona senegalensis of Cymbopogon citratus of Vitex madiensis, barks of Adansonia diditata, decoction (H2O), VO. ; childs, 1 coffee spoon ; adults, 100 ml., 3 X / day Region: Central Africa Country: Congo-Brazzaville Vernacular name: not registered 1 reference(s) for Aerva javanica (Burm.f.) Juss. Official name: Aerva javanica (Burm.f.) Juss. Family: Amaranthaceae Synonyms: Achyranthes javanica (Burm.f.) Pers.; Aerva persica (Burm.) Merrill Pictures: Aerva_javanica2.jpg , Aerva_javanica1.jpg

Author: Hammiche, H. & K. Maiza Traditional medicine in Central Sahara: Pharmacopoeia of Tassili N?ajjer. Journal of Title: Ethnopharmacology, Volume 105, pp. 358-367 (2006) Symptoms: H(013), H(014), H(018), H(020), H(037), H(038), H(068), H(076), H(104), H(126), H(171), H(179)

H(013) boils, H(014) skin diseases: dermatosis, H(020) scorpion sting, H(076) aphthae, aerian part, decoction, external use H(018) headaches, H(037) cough, H(038) urinary decrease, H(104) abdominal pains, H(126) Recipes: jaundice, H(171) diabetes, H(179) kidney diseases: lithiase, aerian part, decoction, VO. H(068) helminthiases, aerian part, decoction, VO. THIS PLANT HAS NO SIGNALIZED USE IN VETERINARY MEDICINE IN NORTH AFRICA BUT WELL IN SUB-SAHARAN AFRICA Region: North Africa Country: Algeria (Central Sahara; region of Tassili N?ajjer) Vernacular name: temkerkezt (Tamahaq), makhmila (Arabic) 4 reference(s) for Aframomum melegueta K. Schum. Official name: Aframomum melegueta K. Schum. Family: Zingiberaceae Pictures: Aframomum_melegueta1.jpg , HA05Aframomum_melegueta.jpg

Author: Abo, K. A., A.A. Fred-Jaiyesimi, A.E.A. Jaiyessimi Ethnobotanical studies of medicinal plants used in the management of diabetes mellitus in South Title: Western Nigeria. Journal of Ethnopharmacology, Volume 115, pp. 67- 71, (2008) Symptoms: H(171) Recipes: H(171, 3) diabetes, truit tincture of Vernonia amygdalina, VO. (cure during 1 to 6 months) Region: West Africa Country: South Western Nigeria Vernacular name: atare, grains of paradise (local English) Reference HG 22 Author: Gbolade, A. A. Inventory of antidiabetic plants in selected districts of Lagos State, Nigeria Journal of Title: Ethnopharmacology, Volume 121, pp. 135?139, (2009) Symptoms: H(171) H(171) diabetes mellitus, african giant sail and seeds of Aframomum melegueta and pap wrapped in a leaf, concoction H(171) diabetes mellitus, Allium cepa and Aframomum melegueta dried leaves and Carica Recipes: papaya roots are ground, infusion, taken with hot pap. H(171) diabetes mellitus, dried bulb of Allium cepa, dried root of Carica papaya and dried seeds of Aframomum melegueta are ground into powder and taken with hot pap. Region: West Africa Country: Nigeria (Lagos State) Vernacular name: ataare Reference HM 01 Author: Mandango M.A., I. Boemu L. & M. Bongombola Plantes antidiabtiques de Kinshasa (Zare). Mitt. Inst. Allg.. Bot. Hamburg, 23b, 1021 - 1031, Title: (1990) Symptoms: H(171) H(171), barks underground part of Rauvolfia obscura, rhizom Zingiber officinalis, barks stem, branch, trunk of Abrus praecatorius, ripe fruit of Piper guineense, seeds of Aframomum Recipes: melegueta, to pound, VO. + kaolin and soda bicarbonate H(171), seeds pounded, VO. + kaolin and soda bicarbonate Region: West Africa Country: Democratic republic of Congo (ex. Zare) Vernacular name: not registered by the investigators Reference HO 04 Author: Obute, G. C.

Ethnomedicinal plant resources of South Eastern Nigeria Leaflets Journal on WWW: http://www.siu.edu/~ebl/leaflets/ Symptoms: H(007), H(033), H(091), H(099), H(171) Wild or cultivated plant, H(007), H(091), H(171) stimulant, diuretic; crushed seeds mixed with crushed bitter kola and water extract of bitter leaf all mixed with proper amount of water is used to treat diabetes Recipes: H(099), Whole fruit eaten along with two moderately sized ginger cures beri beri H(033) 1 whole pepper added to 3 seeds of ripe papaw, dried locus bean all ground to make soup is a remedy for female infertility. Region: West Africa Country: Nigeria (Southeastern) Vernacular name: ose oji (Igbo), Alligator pepper (English) Title: 1 reference(s) for Afzelia africana Smith ex Pers. Official name: Afzelia africana Smith ex Pers. Family: Fabaceae Pictures: HA03Afzelia_africana.jpg , Afzelia_africana2.jpg , Afzelia_africana1.jpg

Author: Bald, NM., A. Youla, MD. Bald, A. Kak, MM. Diallo, MA. Bald, D. Maugendre Herbal medicine and treatment of diabetes in Africa: an example from Guinea. Diabetes Metab Title: 32, pp. 171-175 (2006)

Symptoms: H(171) Recipes: H(171, 1), roots, barks of Afzelia africana, RNS. Region: West Africa Country: Guinea Conakry Vernacular name: not registered by the investigators 4 reference(s) for Ageratum conyzoides L. Official name: Ageratum conyzoides L. Family: Asteraceae Ageratum_conyzoides2.jpg , HA05Ageratum_ conyzoides.jpg , Ageratum_conyzoides3.jpg , Pictures: Ageratum_conyzoides4.jpg , Ageratum_conyzoides1.jpg

Author: Gbolade, A. A. Inventory of antidiabetic plants in selected districts of Lagos State, Nigeria Journal of Title: Ethnopharmacology, Volume 121, pp. 135?139, (2009) Symptoms: H(171) H(171) diabetes mellitus, leaves of Macaranga barteri, Ageratum conyzoides and Vernonia amygdalina are squeezed with water until the juice comes out., VO. Recipes: H(171) diabetes mellitus, whole plant of Ageratum conyzoides, leaves of Momordica charantia and Mangifera indica are boiled with cold water. Region: West Africa Country: Nigeria (Lagos State) Vernacular name: Imi eshu Reference HI 05 Author: Igoli, J.O., O.G. Ogaji, T.A. Tor-Anyiin & N.P. Igoli Traditional medicine practice amongst the Igede people of Nigeria. Part II. African Journal of Title: Traditional, Complementary and Alternative Medicines (2) pp. 134 - 152 (2005) Symptoms: H(008), H(053), H(100), H(139), H(171)

H(008) diarrhoea, stem barks of Annona senegalensis, leaves and branches of Ageratum conyzoides, decoction, VO., 3 X / day H(053),, exudates from warm leaves squeezed into the ear as drops H(100) HIV/AIDS, decoction or maceration of the whole plant, VO., 3 X / day Recipes: H(139), leaves of Cassia occidentalis of Ageratum conyzoides of Newbouldia laevis, decoction, VO., 2 X / day H(171), the whole plant of Ageratum conyzoides of Stachytarpheta indica, leaves of Sorghum guinensis, maceration, VO., 2 X / day Region: West Africa Country: Nigeria Benue state, Igede people) Vernacular name: ufu opioko, otogo (Igede) Reference HL 13 Author: Lavergne, R. & R. Vra Etude ethnobotanique des plantes utilises dans la pharmacope traditionnelle la Runion. Title: Mdecine traditionnelle et pharmacope. Agence de coopration culturelle et technique, (A.C.C.T.), Paris, 236 p., (1989) From the data bank PHARMEL 2 (ref. HP 10) Symptoms: H(013), H(038), H(068), H(082), H(104), H(108), H(171) H(013) boil, anthrax, cataplasm of leaves to mature, bath to dry H(038) bladder, seeds Coffea arabica + roots Petroselinum hortense and Ageratum conyzoides , decoction (H2O) , VO. H(068) vermifuge, decoction (H2O) of leaves or roots + castor oil Recipes: H(068) vermifuge, flowers Carica papaya + Ageratum conyzoidesor + Portulaca oleracea or + Ocimum canum or + Heliotropium arboresceus or + Pelargonium asperum H(082), H(104) renal colice, H(171), decoction (H2O) of all the plant, herb tea H(108) child flu, decoction (H2O) ONS. Lantana camara + Ageratum conyzoides Region: Reunion Country: Reunion Vernacular name: herbe bouc Reference HT 18 Author: Tsabang, N. & al. Inventaire des plantes vertus antidiabtiques dans la rgion de Yaounde au Cameroun. Rev. Title: Md. Pharm. Afr., Vol. 15, 87 - 94, (2001) Symptoms: H(001), H(008), H(014), H(171) H(171, 3) + H(001, 3), fresh leaves, grinded, sap, drops in eyes H(171, 3) + H(008, 3) , at night, fresh leaves,, maceration H2O, VO., 1/4 l., 2X / day Recipes: H(171, 3) + H(014, 3)mycosis, leaves softened in fire, to rub with the leaves H(171, 3) + H(014, 3)mycosis, fresh leaves, grinded, juice + vaseline, local application Region: West Africa Country: Cameroon (Yaounde region) Vernacular name: nyada elog (Ewondo), tchounamo (Bamileke) 1 reference(s) for Albizia adianthifolia (Schum.) W. F. Wight Official name: Albizia adianthifolia (Schum.) W. F. Wight Family: Fabaceae HA05Albizia_adianthifolia.jpg , Albizia_adianthifolia2.jpg , Albizia_adianthifolia3.jpg , Pictures: Albizia_adianthifolia1.jpg

Author: Mandango M.A., I. Boemu L. & M. Bongombola Plantes antidiabtiques de Kinshasa (Zare). Mitt. Inst. Allg.. Bot. Hamburg, 23b, 1021 - 1031, Title: (1990)

Symptoms: H(171) H(171), bulb Allium sativum, leaves Lippia multiflora, barks of the underground part Albizia Recipes: adianthifolia, decoction (H2O), VO. + lemon juice if glycemia H(171), barks of the underground part Albizia adianthifolia, decoction (H2O), VO. Region: West Africa Country: Democratic republic of Congo (ex. Zare) Vernacular name: not registered by the investigators 1 reference(s) for Alchornea cordifolia (Schum. & Thonn.) Mll. Arg. Official name: Alchornea cordifolia (Schum. & Thonn.) Mll. Arg. Family: Euphorbiaceae Synonyms: Alchornea cordata Benth. Pictures: Alchornea_cordifolia2.jpg , Alchornea_cordifolia1.jpg

Author: Gbolade, A. A. Inventory of antidiabetic plants in selected districts of Lagos State, Nigeria Journal of Title: Ethnopharmacology, Volume 121, pp. 135?139, (2009)

Symptoms: H(171) H(171) diabetes mellitus, leaves of Alchornea cordifolia, Securidaca longipedunculata, seeds of Bidens pilosa are boiled with H2O. One cup to be taken daily. Recipes: H(171) diabetes mellitus, leaves of Abrus precatorius, Alchornea cordifolia and Blighia sapida should be squeezed with H2O until the juice comes out, infusion in H2O, VO. Region: West Africa Country: Nigeria (Lagos State) Vernacular name: ipa 7 reference(s) for Allium cepa L. Official name: Allium cepa L. Family: Alliaceae Allium_cepa1.jpg , HA03Allium_cepa.jpg , Allium_cepa5.jpg , Allium_cepa2.jpg , Pictures: Allium_cepa6.jpg , Allium_cepa3.jpg , Allium_cepa4.jpg

Author: Boulos, L. Medicinal plants of North Africa. Reference Publications, Inc., 218 St. Clair River Drive, Box Title: 344, Algonac, Michigan 48001, 286p. , (1983) Symptoms: H(001), H(004), H(007), H(045), H(104), H(171), H(196) H(007), H(045), H(171), H(196), bulbs are diuretique hypoglycemic, antiscorbutic, antidiabetic, bacteriostatic, antibiotic, intestinal disinfectant in homeopathy H(001), Dry powder of the onion mixed with honey is locally applied to eyes for protection Recipes: against cataract; H(004), salt and wine are added to the mixture, it becomes effective against dog bites. THIS PLANT HAS NO SIGNALIZED USE IN VETERINARY MEDICINE IN NORTH

AFRICA BUT WELL IN SUB-SAHARAN AFRICA Region: North Africa Country: Algeria, Egypt, Libya, Morocoo, Tunisia Vernacular name: bassal, besla (Arabic), zalim, baslim, lebsal, tibsal (Berber), azlim (Azalim), onion, (English), oignon (local French) Reference HG 22 Author: Gbolade, A. A. Inventory of antidiabetic plants in selected districts of Lagos State, Nigeria Journal of Title: Ethnopharmacology, Volume 121, pp. 135?139, (2009) Symptoms: H(171) H(171) diabetes mellitus, Allium cepa and Aframomum melegueta dried leaves and Carica papaya roots are ground, infusion, taken with hot pap. H(171) diabetes mellitus, dried bulb of Allium cepa, dried root of Carica papaya and dried Recipes: seeds of Aframomum melegueta are ground into powder and taken with hot pap. H(171) diabetes mellitus, Vernonia amygdalina leaves and Allium cepa bulb are soaked in water for 5 days. One cup drunk daily. Region: West Africa Country: Nigeria (Lagos State) Vernacular name: alubosa Reference HH 8k Author: Hirt, H. M. & M. Bindanda La mdecine naturelle en Afrique.Comment se soigner par les plantes tropicales. Editions Centre Title: de vulgarisation agricole, B.P. 4008, Kinshasa 2, Rpublique du Zare, 144 p., (1993) Symptoms: H(006), H(104), H(013), H(014), H(037), H(038), H(091), H(108), H(151), H(171) H(013), H(014), bulb pounded, juice, frictions affected parts H(006) + H(104), H(038), H(151), bulb decoction (H2O) , filter, VO. Recipes: H(037), H(108)troat, juice bulb, 1 tea spoon juice +1 tea spoon H2O, VO., 3 - 4 fX / day H(091)scorbut, eat the bulb H(171), bulb, decoction (H2O) , filter, VO. Region: West Africa Country: Democratic republic of Congo (ex. Zare) Vernacular name: not registered Reference HN 11 Author: Nkongmeneck, B.A. & al. Voies de recours thrapeutiques du diabte et plantes utilises par les diabtiques au Cameroun: Title: cas de Yaounde et ses environs. Rev. Md. Pharm. Afr.,Vol. 14, 89 - 98, (2000) Symptoms: H(171) H(171), 1 kg bulb in small pieces, decoction (H2O) in 2 l. H2O, during 20', colling during 2h, Recipes: VO, 1 glass, 30' before of meal, 3 x / day Region: West Africa Country: Cameroon (Yaounde) Vernacular name: lilang (Brassa) Reference HO 14 Author: Ogie-Odia, E.A . & E.F Oluowo Assessment of Some Therapeutic Plants of the Abbi People in Ndokwa West L.G.A of Delta Title: State, Nigeria Ethnobotanical Leaflets 13: 989-1002. 2009.

Symptoms: H(001), H(018), H(151), H(171) H(001), H(018), H(151), H(171) the whole bulb of Allium cepa is eaten regularly to clear the Recipes: eye; it is also used to treat hypertension, diabetes and head-ache. Region: West Africa Country: Nigeria (Ndokwa Delta State) Vernacular name: alubasa Reference J1 Nord Author: Jouad, H., M. Haloui, H.Rhiouani, J.El-Hilaly & M. Eddouks Ethnobotanical survey of medicinal plants used for the treatment of diabetes, cardiac and renal Title: diseases in the North centre of Morocco (Fez-Boulemane). Journal of Ethnopharmacology, Volume 77, pp. 175 - 182 ((2001) Symptoms: H(034), H(171) H(171, 142) diabetes, H(034, 142) cardiac diseases, bulb, RNS. Recipes: THIS PLANT HAS NO SIGNALIZED USE IN VETERINARY MEDICINE IN NORTH AFRICA BUT WELL IN SUB-SAHARAN AFRICA Region: North Africa Country: Moroco (region of Fez-Boulemane) Vernacular name: basla Reference T2 Nord Author: Tahraoui, A., J., El-Hilaly, Z.H. Israili, B. Lyoussi Ethnopharmacological survey of plants used in the traditional treatment of hypertension and Title: diabetes in south-eastern Moroco (Errachidia province). Journal of Ethnopharmacology, Volume 110, pp. 105 - 117 (2007) Symptoms: H(151), H(171) H(151, 31), H(171, 31), raw bulb of Allium cepa, VO. - - THIS PLANT HAS NO Recipes: SIGNALIZED USE IN VETERINARY MEDICINE IN NORTH AFRICA BUT WELL IN SUB-SAHARAN AFRICA Region: North Africa Country: Moroco (Errachidia province) Vernacular name: el-bes,la 6 reference(s) for Allium sativum L. Official name: Allium sativum L. Family: Alliaceae Pictures: Allium_sativum2.jpg , Allium_sativum1.jpg , HA01Allium_sativum.jpg

Author: Ajibesin, K.ola K., Benjamin.E. Ekpo, Danladi N. Bala, Etienne E. Essien, Saburi A. Adesanya Ethnobotanical survey of Akwa Ibom State of Nigeria. Journal of Ethnopharmacology, Volume Title: 115, pp. 387-408, (2008) Symptoms: H(104), H(151), H(171), H(201) H(104) stomach ache, H(151) hypertension, H(171) diabetes, H(201) general debility, cloves Recipes: of Allium sativum, eaten 2 cloves / day Region: West Africa Country: Nigeria (Akwa Ibom State) Vernacular name: etebe owoinu(Ibibio) Reference HB 34 Author: Bald, NM., A. Youla, MD. Bald, A. Kak, MM. Diallo, MA. Bald, D. Maugendre Herbal medicine and treatment of diabetes in Africa: an example from Guinea. Diabetes Metab Title: 32, pp. 171-175 (2006) Symptoms: H(171) Recipes: H(171, 3), leaves, bulbs of Allium sativum, RNS.

Region: West Africa Country: Guinea Conakry Vernacular name: not registered by the investigators Reference HG 22 Author: Gbolade, A. A. Inventory of antidiabetic plants in selected districts of Lagos State, Nigeria Journal of Title: Ethnopharmacology, Volume 121, pp. 135?139, (2009) Symptoms: H(171) H(171) diabetes mellitus, leaves of Allium sativum, Vernonia amygdalina, Ocimum Recipes: gratissimum, and potash are boiled with H2O. One cup is taken daily. Region: West Africa Country: Nigeria (Lagos State) Vernacular name: ayu Reference HM 01 Author: Mandango M.A., I. Boemu L. & M. Bongombola Plantes antidiabtiques de Kinshasa (Zare). Mitt. Inst. Allg.. Bot. Hamburg, 23b, 1021 - 1031, Title: (1990) Symptoms: H(171) H(171), bulb Allium sativum, leaves Lippia multiflora, bark underground part Albizia Recipes: adianthifolia, decoction (H2O) , VO. Region: West Africa Country: Democratic republic of Congo (ex. Zare) Vernacular name: not registered by the investigators Reference J1 Nord Author: Jouad, H., M. Haloui, H.Rhiouani, J.El-Hilaly & M. Eddouks Ethnobotanical survey of medicinal plants used for the treatment of diabetes, cardiac and renal Title: diseases in the North centre of Morocco (Fez-Boulemane). Journal of Ethnopharmacology, Volume 77, pp. 175 - 182 ((2001) Symptoms: H(034), H(171) Recipes: H(171, 146) diabetes, H(034, 146) cardiac diseases, bulb, RNS. Region: North Africa Country: Moroco (region of Fez-Boulemane) Vernacular name: touma Reference Z1 Nord Author: Ziyyat, A., A. Legssyer, H. Mekhfi, A. Dassouli, M. Sehrouchni & W. Benjelloum Phytotherapy of hypertension and diabetes in oriental Morocco. Journal of Ethnopharmacology, Title: Volume 58, pp. 45 - 54 (1997) Symptoms: H(151), H(171) Recipes: H(151), H(171), bulbe, RNS. Region: North Africa Country: Moroco (oriental) Vernacular name: toum 2 reference(s) for Aloe barteri Bak. Official name: Aloe barteri Bak. Family: Xanthorrhoeaceae Synonyms: Aloe buettneri A. Berger

Reference HN 15 Author: Natabou Dgb, F. Contribution l'tude de la mdecine et de la Pharmacope traditionnelles au Bnin: Tentatives Title: d'intgration dans le systme de sant officiel. Thse pour l'obtention du diplme de Docteur en Pharmacie de l'Universit Cheikh Anta Diop (Diplme d'tat), 138 p., Juillet 1991 Symptoms: H(014), H(108), H(130), H(171) H(014) mycosis, leaves and roots of Aloe buettneri, RNS. H(108) cold, H(130) polio, decoction of the whole plant of Aloe., bath, steam bath, VO. 1/2 Recipes: glass per day H(171) diabetes, fleshy part of the leaf of Aloe buettneri , VO. Region: West Africa Country: Benin Vernacular name: sokoro, sinagoowou (Bariba), skp mad (Waama), ti rin (Yoruba), mimi (Mina), zogan (Fon, Boun), ti erin (Nagot), aloe (Franais) Reference HT 18 Author: Tsabang, N. & al. Inventaire des plantes vertus antidiabtiques dans la rgion de Yaounde au Cameroun. Rev. Title: Md. Pharm. Afr., Vol. 15, 87 - 94, (2001) Symptoms: H(014), H(041), H(091), H(113), H(171) H(171, 3), 300 gr. fresh leaves, maceration in 1l. H2O, VO. 1/4 l. decoction 3X / day during 5 days Recipes: H(171, 3) + H(041, 3), leaves roasted, crushed, powder on gangrene and others parts infected of the body . Other possible symptoms H(014, 3), H(091, 3), H(113, 3) Region: West Africa Country: Cameroon (Yaounde region) Vernacular name: lelang (Bamikele) 3 reference(s) for Aloe vera L. Official name: Aloe vera L. Family: Xanthorrhoeaceae Synonyms: Aloe vulgaris Lam. Pictures: Aloe_vera1.jpg , Aloe_vera4.jpg , Aloe_vera3.jpg , Aloe_vera2.jpg

Author: Boukef, K. & G.M. Ghileb Contribution l?tude des plantes utilises en mdecine traditionnelle magghrbine. Bull. Md. Title: Trad. Pharm., Vol. 2, n1, 47-55, (1988) Symptoms: H(006), H(007), H(171) H(006, f), leaves, sap, purgative, RNS. H(007, f), leaves, sap, depurative, RNS. Recipes: H(171, f), leaves, suc, diabetes, RNS.. THIS PLANT HAS NO SIGNALIZED USE IN VETERINARY MEDICINE IN NORTH AFRICA BUT WELL IN SUB-SAHARAN AFRICA Region: North Africa Country: Algeria, Moroco, Tunisia

Vernacular name: siber, sbar / essouktouri (Moroco), mar, sbar (Tunisia) Reference HG 22 Author: Gbolade, A. A. Inventory of antidiabetic plants in selected districts of Lagos State, Nigeria Journal of Title: Ethnopharmacology, Volume 121, pp. 135?139, (2009) Symptoms: H(171) H(171) diabetes mellitus, leaves of Aloe vera and Crudia klainei are squeezed until juice Recipes: comes out. Half glass cup is taken twice daily. Region: West Africa Country: Nigeria (Lagos State) Vernacular name: aloe Reference T2 Nord Author: Tahraoui, A., J., El-Hilaly, Z.H. Israili, B. Lyoussi Ethnopharmacological survey of plants used in the traditional treatment of hypertension and Title: diabetes in south-eastern Moroco (Errachidia province). Journal of Ethnopharmacology, Volume 110, pp. 105 - 117 (2007) Symptoms: H(171) H(171, 3), aerial part, leaves of Aloe vera, RNS. - - THIS PLANT HAS NO SIGNALIZED Recipes: USE IN VETERINARY MEDICINE IN NORTH AFRICA BUT WELL IN SUB-SAHARAN AFRICA Region: North Africa Country: Moroco (Errachidia province) Vernacular name: siber 1 reference(s) for Alstonia congensis Engl. Official name: Alstonia congensis Engl. Family: Apocynaceae Pictures: Alstonia_congensis1.jpg , Alstonia_congensis2.jpg Reference HG 22 Author: Gbolade, A. A. Inventory of antidiabetic plants in selected districts of Lagos State, Nigeria Journal of Title: Ethnopharmacology, Volume 121, pp. 135?139, (2009) Symptoms: H(171) H(171) diabetes mellitus, Nicotiana tabacum leaves, Bridelia micrantha bark, Bidens pilosa Recipes: seeds, Alstonia congensis roots and potash are boiled with H2O. One cup drunk daily. Region: West Africa Country: Nigeria (Lagos State) Vernacular name: awogbo ahun 9 reference(s) for Anacardium occidentale L. Official name: Anacardium occidentale L. Family: Anacardiaceae HA05Anacardium_occidentale.jpg , Anacardium_occidentale1.jpg , Anacardium_occidentale9.jpg , Anacardium_occidentale2.jpg , Anacardium_occidentale4.jpg Pictures: , Anacardium_occidentale5.jpg , Anacardium_occidentale6.jpg , Anacardium_occidentalekoeh-010.jpg , Anacardium_occidentale7.jpg , Anacardium_occidentale3.jpg , Anacardium_occidentale8.jpg , Anacardium_occidentale10.jpg

Author: Adjanohoun, E., V. Adjakidje, M.R.A. Ahyi, L. Ake Assi, A. Akoegninou, J. d'Almeida, F. Apovo, K. Boukef, M. Chadare, G. Gusset, K. Dramane, J. Eyme, J. - N.

Gassita, N. Gbaguidi, E. Goudote, S. Guinko, P. Houngnon, Issa Lo, A. Keita, H. V. Kiniffo, D. K Contribution aux tudes ethnobotaniques et floristiques en Rpublique populaire du Bnin. Title: Agence de coopration culturelle et technique, (A.C.C.T.), Paris, 895 p., (1989) From the data bank PHARMEL 2 (ref. HP 10) Symptoms: H(013), H(037), H(046), H(151), H(171) H(013) ulcer, barks stem, branch, trunk of Anacardium occidentale, RNS. H(037), barks stem, branch, trunk of Anacardium occidentale, ripe fruit of Xylopia aethiopica, seeds of Monodora myristica, RNS. H(037), barks stem, branch, trunk of Anacardium occidentale, ripe fruit of Xylopia aethiopica, leaves of Annona muricata, RNS. H(046), barks stem, branch, trunk of Anacardium occidentale, RNS. Recipes: H(046) chicken-pox, stems with leaves of Schwenckia americana, roots of Anacardium occidentale, RNS. H(151), leaves of Anacardium occidentale, decoction (H2O) ,VO. H(171) sugared, leaves of Anacardium., RNS. H(171) sugared, roots and leaves of Lantana camara, roots of Anacardium occidentale, roots of Mangifera indica, roots of Olax subscorpioidea, ripe fruit of Xylopia aethiopica, RNS. Region: West Africa Country: Benin Vernacular name: kandju (Fon, Goum, Yoruba) Reference HB 02 Author: Boiteau, P. Mdecine traditionnelle et pharmacope.Prcis de matire mdicale malgache. Agence de Title: coopration culturelle et technique, (A.C.C.T.), Paris 141 p., (1986) From the data bank PHARMEL 2 (ref. HP 10) Symptoms: H(045), H(091), H(102), H(171) H(045) antiseptique, ONS. of Anacardium occidentale, RNS., balm H(171) diabte sucr, internal barks stem, branch, trunk of Anacardium., RNS. Recipes: H(091), ONS., RNS. of Anacardium, rise of vitamin C H(102), oil from Anacardium., VO., (huile medicinal oil, from pression of Anacardium almond) Region: Madagascar Country: Madagascar Vernacular name: mabibo Reference HB 34 Author: Bald, NM., A. Youla, MD. Bald, A. Kak, MM. Diallo, MA. Bald, D. Maugendre Herbal medicine and treatment of diabetes in Africa: an example from Guinea. Diabetes Metab Title: 32, pp. 171-175 (2006) Symptoms: H(171) Recipes: H(171, 5), leaves, fruits, barks of Anacardium occidentale, RNS. Region: West Africa Country: Guinea Conakry Vernacular name: not registered by the investigators Reference HB 3k Author: Bost, R. Pharmacope malgache. Mmoire de l'Institut scientifique de Madagascar, srie B, Tome 10, Title: Fasc. 2, 159 - 234, (1961)

Symptoms: H(171) Recipes: H(171)diab, leaves decoction (H2O) , RNS. Region: Madagascar Country: Madagascar Vernacular name: diab Reference HI 05 Author: Igoli, J.O., O.G. Ogaji, T.A. Tor-Anyiin & N.P. Igoli Traditional medicine practice amongst the Igede people of Nigeria. Part II. African Journal of Title: Traditional, Complementary and Alternative Medicines (2) pp. 134 - 152 (2005) Symptoms: H(171) H(151), leaves of Anacardium occidentale, roots of Afraegle paniculata, decoction, VO., 2 X / Recipes: J. H(171), leaves in decoction, VO., 1 X / day Region: West Africa Country: Nigeria Benue state, Igede people) Vernacular name: ikashu (Igede) Reference HM 33 Author: Malgras, D. (R.P.) Arbres et arbustes gurisseurs des savanes maliennes. Editions Karthala, 22 - 24, boulevard Title: Arago, 75013 Paris, 480 p. (1992) Symptoms: H(006), H(008), H(037), H(046), H(092), H(094), H(095), H(100), H(104), H(113), H(126), H(151), H(161), H(152), H(171) H(006) laxative, fruit (cajou nuts) of Anacardium occidentale, VO. H(008) dysentery, H(171) diabetes, H(152) hypotension, extract of barks of Anacardium occidentale, maceration, RNS. H(037) cough, roots of Anacardium occidentale, decoction, VO. H(046) chicken-pox, H(104) colics, fresh leaves of Anacardium occidentale, barks of Nauclea latifolia, maceration, RNS. H(092) toxic, fruit (cajou nuts) when crushed product a quality oil but toxic Recipes: H(094) haemorrhoids, H(100) blennorrage, H(113) lameness, leaves of Anacardium., decoction, VO. H(095) food, cajou apple, VO., the almond is used un pastry H(126) jaundice, trunks barks of Anacardium. en decoction, bath, VO. H(151) hypertension, H(171) diabetes, stems with leaves of Anacardium., decoction, bath, VO. H(161) warts, corrosive juice of du pericarp of Anacardium., local application Region: West Africa Country: Mali Vernacular name: jibarani, darakase (Bambara), jibarani (Malinke), komi gason (Senoufo), mali sow (Bobo-fing) Reference HN 10 Author: Novy, J.W. Medicinal plants of the eastern region of Madagascar. Journal of Ethnopharmacology, Volume Title: 55, pp. 119 - 126, (1997) Symptoms: H(171) Recipes: H(171), leaves, infusion, V.O Region: Madagascar Country: Madagascar

Vernacular name: voambarika, mabibo Reference HP 11 Author: Potel, Anne-Marie Les plantes mdicinales au Sngal. Study report of Anne-Marie Potel, accomplished at Title: Nguekokh (Senegal), 2002. Registered in the chapter "Grey Littrature "of the PRELUDE data bank http://pagesperso-orange.fr/senegal.bourbonnais/Anne%20marie.htm Symptoms: H(006), H(013), H(014), H(046), H(068), H(100), H(113), H(151), H(152), H(161), H(171) H(006) laxative, H(161) warts, apple of Anacardium occidentale, RNS. H(013) ulcer, H(068) worms, H(014) eczema, H(014) dermatomycosis, oil of nuts H(046) measles, H(100) blennorrage, leaves + branch with leaves, RNS. Recipes: H(113) anti-inflammatory, H(152) low blood-pressure, H(171) insipid diabetes (bark, extract), RNS. H(151) high blood-pressure associated with colic, ONS., RNS. Region: West Africa Country: Senegal (Nguekokh region) Vernacular name: darkasu (Wolof), daf duruba (Serere), pomme-cajou, noyer d?acajou (local French) Reference HV 06 Author: Verzar, R. & G. Petrii Medicinal plants in Mozambique and their popular use. Journal of Ethnopharmacology, Volume Title: 19, pp. 67 - 80, (1987) Symptoms: H(171) Recipes: H(171), bark, decoction (H2O) , RNS. Region: East Africa Country: Mozambique (Maputo) Vernacular name: not registered 1 reference(s) for Ananas comosus (L.) Merr. Official name: Ananas comosus (L.) Merr. Family: Bromeliaceae Ananas_comosus2.jpg , Ananas_comosus3.jpg , HA21Ananas_comosus.jpg , Pictures: Ananas_comosus1.jpg , Ananas_comosus5.jpg , Ananas_comosus4.jpg

Author: Gbolade, A. A. Inventory of antidiabetic plants in selected districts of Lagos State, Nigeria Journal of Title: Ethnopharmacology, Volume 121, pp. 135?139, (2009) Symptoms: H(171) H(171) diabetes mellitus, fruits of Ananas comosus and unripe fruits of Carica papaya and Recipes: Ficus asperifolia are boiled with H2O. Region: West Africa Country: Nigeria (Lagos State) Vernacular name: ogede-oyinbo 1 reference(s) for Anchomanes difformis (Bl.) Engl. Official name: Anchomanes difformis (Bl.) Engl. Family: Araceae Anchomanes_difformis1.jpg , Anchomanes_difformis2.jpg , Anchomanes_difformis3.jpg , Pictures: Anchomanes_difformis4.jpg , Anchomanes_difformis6.jpg

Author: Adjanohoun, E., V. Adjakidje, M.R.A. Ahyi, L. Ake Assi, A. Akoegninou, J. d'Almeida, F. Apovo, K. Boukef, M. Chadare, G. Gusset, K. Dramane, J. Eyme, J. - N. Gassita, N. Gbaguidi, E. Goudote, S. Guinko, P. Houngnon, Issa Lo, A. Keita, H. V. Kiniffo, D. K Contribution aux tudes ethnobotaniques et floristiques en Rpublique populaire du Bnin. Title: Agence de coopration culturelle et technique, (A.C.C.T.), Paris, 895 p., (1989) From the data bank PHARMEL 2 (ref. HP 10) Symptoms: H(006) + H(104), H(013), H(076), H(129), H(171) H(013), bulb Allium cepa , tuber of Anchomanes difformis, roots of Uvaria chamae and Cola nitida, decoction (H2O), VO. + local application Recipes: H(006) + H(104) ulcer, H(076) stomatitis, H(129), tubercle of Anchomanes difformis, leaves of Macaranga barteri, decoction, VO H(171) sugared, tubercle, RNS. Region: West Africa Country: Benin Vernacular name: agbanhan, zinwo-hwx (Fon, Gon) 4 reference(s) for Annona senegalensis Pers.

Official name: Annona senegalensis Pers. Family: Annonaceae Annona arenaria Thonn.; Annona senegalensis Pers. var. senegalensis; Annona Synonyms: chrysophylla Bojer Pictures: Annona_senegalensis3.jpg , Annona_senegalensis1.jpg , Annona_senegalensis2.jpg , HA06Annona_senegalensis.jpg

Author: Diafouka, A. J. P. Title: Analyse des usages des plantes mdicinales dans 4 rgions de Congo-Brazzaville. Thse de

doctorat, Universit libre de Bruxelles, Facult des Sciences, Laboratoire de Botanique Systmatique et de Phytosociologie, 431 p., (1997) Symptoms: H(004), H(008), H(026), H(037), H(051), H(082), H(099), H(100x), H(126), H(169), H(171) H(004, 6), roots of Annona senegalensis, to pound, in dressing H(008) baby, to scrape the internal part of the bark of Annona. + H2O, to stew VO., 1 coffee spoon, morning and evening H(008), young leaves of Bridelia ferruginea of Annona senegalensis of Nauclea latifolia of Psorospermum febrifugum of Vitex madiensis, VO. H(008, 2), young leaves of Annona., to chew, to swallow the juice H(026, 8), roots of Annona., decoction (H2O), VO. 100 ml., 3 X / day, until recovery H(037) cough, leaves of Lantana camara of Annona senegalensis of Citrus aurantifolia of Persea americana of Senna occidentalis, decoction (H2O), 3 X / day ; childs, 50 ml. ; adults, 100 ml. H(051, 5) fever, malaria, leaves of Annona senegalensis, 4 pieces of fruits of Citrus aurantifolia, VO., 3 X / day ; childs, 1 coffee spoon : adults, 100 ml. H(051) fever, malaria, roots of Annona senegalensis, leaves and fruits of Citrus aurantifolia, leaves and roots of Senna occidentalis, decoction (H2O), VO., 3 X / day ; childs, 50 ml. ; adults, 100 ml. H(051) fever, malaria, leaves of Senna occidentalis of Carica papaya of Annona senegalensis, decoction (H2O), VO. 2 X / day; childs , 50 ml ; adults, 100 ml. Recipes: H(082, 6) asthma, roots of Annona., decoction (1 l. H2O), VO., 50 ml., morning and evening H(099) epilepsy, roots of Annona., decoction (H2O), VO. 50 ml. maximum, morning and evening H(100x), roots of Annona., decoction (H2O), VO. (at will) H(126), roots of Annona., decoction (1 l. H2O), VO. 3 X / day, ; childs, 1 soup spoon ; adults, 100 ml. H(126), roots of Annona., decoction (H2O), VO. 2 X / day ; childs, 100 ml. ; adults, 100 ml. H(127), scraped barks + H2O, to stew VO., 1 coffee spoon + friction with a part of the preparation on scarifications on the sick parts H(169, 3), roots of Annona., decoction (H2O), VO. 100 ml., 3 X / day H(171), roots of Annona senegalensis of Cymbopogon citratus of Vitex madiensis, barks of Adansonia diditata, decoction (H2O), VO. ; childs, 1 coffee spoon ; adults, 100 ml., 3 X / day H(171), leaves of Annona., decoction (H2O), VO. 100 ml., 3 X / day

H( revoir), leaves of Annona senegalensis of Vitex madiensis, decoction (H2O), VO. (at will) Region: Central Africa Country: Congo-Brazzaville Vernacular name: not registered Reference HM 01 Author: Mandango M.A., I. Boemu L. & M. Bongombola Plantes antidiabtiques de Kinshasa (Zare). Mitt. Inst. Allg.. Bot. Hamburg, 23b, 1021 - 1031, Title: (1990) Symptoms: H(171) H(171) sugared, barks of the underground part of Annona senegalensis, Bridelia ferruginea, Recipes: Millettia drastica, Nauclea latifolia, Vitex madiensis, Uvaria scabrida, Morinda lucida, Lippia multiflora, Morinda morindoides, Ocimum gratissimum, decoction (H2O) , VO.

Region: West Africa Country: Democratic republic of Congo (ex. Zare) Vernacular name: not registered by the investigators Reference HM 1k Author: Mandago, M.A. & M. Bongombola Rsultats d'une phytothrapie antidiabtique Kinshasa (Zare)Vol. 1, 233-238, (1994) Proceedings of the 13 th plenary meeting of AETFAT, Zomba, Malawi, (2-11 april 1991)Vol 1 Title: and Vol 2, 1514 p. (1994) Edited by J.H. Seyani & A.C. Chicuni.National herbarium and Botanic Gardens of Malawi, Zomba, Malawi. Symptoms: H(171) H(171), mixing of those plants Annona senegalensis , Bridelia ferruginea , Lippia adoensis, Recipes: Morinda lucida, Nauclea latifolia, Ocimum gratissimum , Pentaclethra macrophylla , RNS., VO, 1 to 5 months, good results + stabilisation Region: West Africa Country: Democratic republic of Congo (ex. Zare) Vernacular name: not registered Reference HT 18 Author: Tsabang, N. & al. Inventaire des plantes vertus antidiabtiques dans la rgion de Yaounde au Cameroun. Rev. Title: Md. Pharm. Afr., Vol. 15, 87 - 94, (2001) Symptoms: H(171) Recipes: H(171, 2), 350 gr. fresh barks, decoction in 2 l. H2O during 10', VO., 200 ml., 3X / day Region: West Africa Country: Cameroon (Yaounde region) Vernacular name: ebom (Ewondo) 1 reference(s) for Annona squamosa L. Official name: Annona squamosa L. Family: Annonaceae HA08Annona_squamosa.jpg , Annona_squamosa2.jpg , Annona_squamosa3.jpg , Annona_squamosa5.jpg , Annona_squamosa6.jpg , Annona_squamosa4.jpg , Pictures: Annona_squamosa7.jpg , Annona_squamosa9.jpg , Annona_squamosa1.jpg , Annona_squamosa10.jpg

Author: Haerdi, F. Afrikanische Heilpflanzen. Die Eingeborenen-Heilpflanzen des Ulanga- Distriktes Tanganjikas Title: (Ostafrika). Acta tropica, Suppl. 8, 1-278 (1964) Published : 1964, Verlag fu?r Recht und Gesellschaft (Basel) Symptoms: H(171) Recipes: H(171) diabetes, extract of leaves of Annona squamosa, VO. 1/3 cup every 3 days Region: East Africa Country: Tanzania Vernacular name: sweet-sop, sugar-apple (English), pomme cannelle (Franais), mastaferi (swahili) 1 reference(s) for Anvillea radiata Coss. & Dr. Official name: Anvillea radiata Coss. & Dr. Family: Synantheraceae Synonyms: Anvillea radiata Coss. & Dr. var. australis Chev Pictures: Anvillea_radiata1.jpg , Anvillea_radiata2.jpg , Anvillea_radiata3.jpg

Author: Hammiche, H. & K. Maiza Traditional medicine in Central Sahara: Pharmacopoeia of Tassili N?ajjer. Journal of Title: Ethnopharmacology, Volume 105, pp. 358-367 (2006) Symptoms: H(027y), H(104), H(126), H(171) H(027y) post partum care: analeptic, H(104) stomach diseases, H(126) liver diseases, H(171) diabetes, aerian part, infusion, VO. Recipes: THIS PLANT HAS NO SIGNALIZED USE IN VETERINARY MEDICINE IN NORTH AFRICA BUT WELL IN SUB-SAHARAN AFRICA Region: North Africa Country: Algeria (Central Sahara; region of Tassili N?ajjer) Vernacular name: tehetit (Tamahaq), nougd l? hoor (Arabic) 1 reference(s) for Argemone mexicana L. Official name: Argemone mexicana L. Family: Papaveraceae HA03Argemone_mexicana.jpg , Argemone_mexicana1.jpg , Argemone_mexicana6.jpg , Pictures: Argemone_mexicana7.jpg , Argemone_mexicana3.jpg , Argemone_mexicana4.jpg , Argemone_mexicana5.jpg , Argemone_mexicana2.jpg

Author: Lavergne, R. & R. Vra Etude ethnobotanique des plantes utilises dans la pharmacope traditionnelle la Runion. Title: Mdecine traditionnelle et pharmacope. Agence de coopration culturelle et technique, (A.C.C.T.), Paris, 236 p., (1989) From the data bank PHARMEL 2 (ref. HP 10) Symptoms: H(038), H(094), H(113), H(162), H(171), H(191) H(006), seeds, RNS. H(038), H(113), H(162), H(171), decoction (H2O) roots, RNS. Recipes: H(094), maceration leaves, hip bath H(113) inflammation of lips, yellow juice H(191),whole plant, decoction (H2O) 15', VO. Region: Reunion Country: Reunion Vernacular name: chardon

2 reference(s) for Artemisia absinthium L Official name: Artemisia absinthium L Family: Asteraceae Pictures: Artemisia_absinthium2.jpg , Artemisia_absinthium3.jpg , Artemisia_absinthium1.jpg

Author: Tahraoui, A., J., El-Hilaly, Z.H. Israili, B. Lyoussi Ethnopharmacological survey of plants used in the traditional treatment of hypertension and Title: diabetes in south-eastern Moroco (Errachidia province). Journal of Ethnopharmacology, Volume 110, pp. 105 - 117 (2007) Symptoms: H(151), H(171) H(151, 5), H(171, 5), leaves, aerian part of Artemisia absinthium, decoction, VO . Recipes: THIS PLANT HAS NO SIGNALIZED USE IN VETERINARY MEDICINE IN NORTH AFRICA BUT WELL IN SUB-SAHARAN AFRICA Region: North Africa Country: Moroco (Errachidia province) Vernacular name: siba Reference Z1 Nord

Author: Ziyyat, A., A. Legssyer, H. Mekhfi, A. Dassouli, M. Sehrouchni & W. Benjelloum Phytotherapy of hypertension and diabetes in oriental Morocco. Journal of Ethnopharmacology, Title: Volume 58, pp. 45 - 54 (1997) Symptoms: H(051), H(068), H(091), H(116), H(135), H(152), H(171) H(051, 5), H(068) vermifuge, H(091) tonic, H(116), H(135), H(152), H(171), aerian part of Artemisia absinthium en decoction Recipes: THIS PLANT HAS NO SIGNALIZED USE IN VETERINARY MEDICINE IN NORTH AFRICA BUT WELL IN SUB-SAHARAN AFRICA Region: North Africa Country: Moroco (oriental) Vernacular name: chiba 1 reference(s) for Artemisia afra Jacq. ex Willd. Official name: Artemisia afra Jacq. ex Willd. Family: Asteraceae Pictures: Artemisia_afra3.jpg , Artemisia_afra2.jpg , Artemisia_afra1.jpg

Author: Thring, T.S.A. & F.M. Weitz Medicinal plant use in the Bredadoro / Elim region of the Southern Overberg in the Western Cape Title: Province of South Africa. Journal of Ethnopharmacology, Volume 103, pp. 261 - 275 (2006) Symptoms: H(018), H(037), H(051), H(068), H(104), H(108), H(113), H(157), H(162y), H(171), H(178), H(179) H(018), H(068), H(104), H(108), H(157), H(162y), H(178), H(179),tea from a handfull of leaves of Artemisia afra, VO. H(037), a sirup made by boiling leaves with sugar Recipes: H(051), H(113), leaves made into a poultice with brandy or vinegar and wrapped around inflamed area or around stomach for fever H(171),a small amount of tea, VO., 2 X / day Region: South Africa Country: South Africa (Western Cape Province)

Vernacular name: wilde als, wormwood 5 reference(s) for Artemisia herba-alba Asso Official name: Artemisia herba-alba Asso Family: Asteraceae B5NordArtemisia_herba-alba.jpg , Artemisia_herba-alba1.jpg , Artemisia_herba-alba3.jpg , Pictures: Artemisia_herba-alba4.jpg , Artemisia_herba-alba2.jpg

Author: Bellakhdar, J. La pharmacope marocaine traditionnelle: Mdecine arabe ancienne et savoirs populaires. Ibis Title: Press, 764 p. (1997)

Symptoms: H(007), H(045), H(068), H(070), H(091), H(102), H(104), H(108), H(116), H(126), H(171) H(007), H(045), H(068), H(091), H(102), H(104), H(108), H(116), H(171), whole plant, RNS. ( Maroc) H(070) + others astringent plants not specified, VO. & V ext. Recipes: H(126), Artemisia,whole plant + barks Maerua crassifolia + seeds Punica granatum, decoction, VO (region of Tissint) THIS PLANT HAS NO SIGNALIZED USE IN VETERINARY MEDICINE IN MOROCO FOR THIS REFERENCE Region: North Africa Country: Moroco Vernacular name: sh (Arabic), zr. (Middle Atlas), fs, fess (Souss), armoise blanche (local French) Reference HE 11 Author: Erasto, P., P.O. Adebola, D.S. Grierson & A. J. Afolayan An ethnobotanical study of plants used for the treatment of diabetes in the Eastern Cape Province, Title: South Africa. African Journal of Biotechnology Vol. 4 (12), pp. 1458 - 1460, December 2005. Symptoms: H(171) Recipes: H(171), leaves and roots of Artemisia herba-alba are boiled, infusion + sugar, VO. Region: South Africa Country: South Africa (Eastern Cape.) Vernacular name: umhlonyane Reference J1 Nord Author: Jouad, H., M. Haloui, H.Rhiouani, J.El-Hilaly & M. Eddouks Ethnobotanical survey of medicinal plants used for the treatment of diabetes, cardiac and renal Title: diseases in the North centre of Morocco (Fez-Boulemane). Journal of Ethnopharmacology, Volume 77, pp. 175 - 182 ((2001) Symptoms: H(171) Recipes: H(171, 191) diabetes, aerian part , RNS. Region: North Africa Country: Moroco (region of Fez-Boulemane) Vernacular name: chih Reference T2 Nord Author: Tahraoui, A., J., El-Hilaly, Z.H. Israili, B. Lyoussi Ethnopharmacological survey of plants used in the traditional treatment of hypertension and Title: diabetes in south-eastern Moroco (Errachidia province). Journal of Ethnopharmacology, Volume 110, pp. 105 - 117 (2007) Symptoms: H(151), H(171) Recipes: H(151, 35), H(171, 35), leaves , roots of Artemisia herba-alba, powder Region: North Africa Country: Moroco (Errachidia province) Vernacular name: chih Reference Z1 Nord Author: Ziyyat, A., A. Legssyer, H. Mekhfi, A. Dassouli, M. Sehrouchni & W. Benjelloum Phytotherapy of hypertension and diabetes in oriental Morocco. Journal of Ethnopharmacology, Title: Volume 58, pp. 45 - 54 (1997) Symptoms: H(151), H(171)

Recipes: H(151), H(171), aerial part, RNS. Region: North Africa Country: Moroco (oriental) Vernacular name: shih Aerva javanica-

1 reference(s) for Artocarpus heterophyllus Lam. Official name: Artocarpus heterophyllus Lam. Family: Moraceae Artocarpus_heterophyllus1.jpg , Artocarpus_heterophyllus4.jpg , Pictures: Artocarpus_heterophyllus5.jpg , Artocarpus_heterophyllus3.jpg , Artocarpus_heterophyllus3.jpg

Author: Gurib-Fakim, Ameenah, Joseph Guho Plantes mdicinales de l'le Rodrigues Stanley, Rose-Hill. Editions de l'ocan indien - Universit Title: de Maurice (Rduit) , 580 p. (1994) (ISBN 99903-0-171-9) Symptoms: H(001), H(008), H(013), H(082), H(102), H(104), H(171)

H(001) eyes diseases, suc plant of Artocarpus heterophyllus, RNS. H(008) diarrhoea, wood decoction of Artocarpus heterophyllus, VO. H(013) scurf, wood decoction of Artocarpus heterophyllus, bath Recipes: H(082) asthma, decoction of roots of Artocarpus., VO. H(104) hepatic colic, H(102) billious disorder, flour of dried seeds of Artocarpus heterophyllus, decoction, VO. H(171) diabetes, decoction of young fruits of Artocarpus heterophyllus, VO. Region: Mauritius Country: Rodrigues Island Vernacular name: jacque, jacquier 1 reference(s) for Aspilia mossambicensis (Oliv.) Wild Official name: Aspilia mossambicensis (Oliv.) Wild Family: Asteraceae Synonyms: Aspilia chrysops S. Moore; Aspilia holstii O.Hoffm Pictures: Aspilia_mossambicensis1.jpg

Author: Mainen J. Moshi, Donald F. Otieno, Pamela K. Mbabazi, Anke Weisheit The Ethnomedicine of the Haya people of Bugabo ward, Kagera Region, north western Tanzania Title: Journal of Ethnobiology and Ethnomedicine 2009, 5:24 doi:10.1186/1746-4269-5-24 Symptoms: H(051), H(091), H(171) H(051) paludism, H(091) tonic, H(171) hypoglycaemic, aerial parts of Aspilia Recipes: mossambiscensis are mixed with those of Centella asiatica, boiled and the decoction used for the treatment of malaria Region: East Africa Country: Tanzania (Kagera Region, Bugabo ward) Vernacular name: eshurwa 7 reference(s) for Azadirachta indica A. Juss. Official name: Azadirachta indica A. Juss. Family: Meliaceae Synonyms: Melia azadirachta L. Pictures: Melia_azadirachta1.jpg , HA06Azadira_indica.jpg , Melia_azadirachta3.jpg ,

Azadirachta_indica_fa04084.jpg , Azadirachta_indica_fa04085.jpg , Azadirachta_indica3.jpg , Azadirachta_indica1.jpg , Azadirachta_indica2.jpg , Melia_azadirachta4.jpg , Azadirachta_indica4.jpg , Azadirachta_indica6.jpg , Melia_azadirachta2.jpg , Azadirachta_indica5.jpg

Author: Abo, K. A., A.A. Fred-Jaiyesimi, A.E.A. Jaiyessimi Ethnobotanical studies of medicinal plants used in the management of diabetes mellitus in South Title: Western Nigeria. Journal of Ethnopharmacology, Volume 115, pp. 67- 71, (2008) Symptoms: H(171) H(171, 4) diabetes, decoction or infusion of leaves and fruit of Azadirachta indica, VO. (cure Recipes: during 1 to 6 months)

Region: West Africa Country: South Western Nigeria Vernacular name: dongoyaro, neem (local English) Reference HD 15 Author: Diafouka, A. J. P. Analyse des usages des plantes mdicinales dans 4 rgions de Congo-Brazzaville. Thse de Title: doctorat, Universit libre de Bruxelles, Facult des Sciences, Laboratoire de Botanique Systmatique et de Phytosociologie, 431 p., (1997) Symptoms: H(051), H(171) H(051, 5) fever, malaria, leaves of Azadirachta indica, 2 to 4 fruits in pieces of Citrus Recipes: aurantifolia, VO., 3 X / day,; childs, 1 coffee spoon ; adults, 100 ml. H(171), leaves of Azadirachta., decoction (H2O), VO. 100 ml., 3 X / day Region: Central Africa Country: Congo-Brazzaville Vernacular name: not registered Reference HG 05 Author: Gbile, Z.O., F.A. Adeyemi & T.K. Odewo Nigerian flora and its pharmaceutical potential Mitt. Inst. Allg. Bot. Hamburg, 23b, 1033 - 1038, Title: (1990) Symptoms: H(171) Recipes: H(171), leaves crushed, mixed in pellets, chewed and swallowed Region: West Africa Country: Nigeria (state of Kaduna, Zaria and surrounding) (Ogun state, Ijebu - Ode, Ago Iwoye and surrounding) Vernacular name: not registered by the investigators Reference HG 20 Author: Gurib-Fakim, Ameenah, Joseph Guho Plantes mdicinales de l'le Rodrigues Stanley, Rose-Hill. Editions de l'ocan indien - Universit Title: de Maurice (Rduit) , 580 p. (1994) (ISBN 99903-0-171-9) Symptoms: H(013), H(039), H(046), H(051), H(068), H(163), H(171) H(013) pruritus, H(046) measles (accelaretion in the formation of red spot), decoction of leaves of Azadirachta indica, bath H(013) skin diseases, H(013) scurf, H(013) abscess, H(013) carbuncle, decoction of leaves of Jatropha curcas of Azadirachta indica of Vangueria madagascariensis pieces of liana of Ipomoeaa-pes-caprrae + pinch of salt, bath H(039) insecticide, decoction of seeds as insecticide for foods Recipes: H(051) fever, decoction of seeds of Melia., VO. H(068) vermifuge, decoction of barks of Azadirachta , VO. H(163) gout, infusion of leaves of Azadirachta indica, VO. H(163) gout, juice of crushed leaves of Azadirachta indica, VO. H(171) diabetes, young leaves of Melia azadirachta in form of pellets, VO., 3 X / Day H(171) diabetes, decoction of seeds and of leaves of Azadirachta indica, VO. Region: Mauritius Country: Rodrigues Island Vernacular name: lilas, lilas de Perse Reference HJ 08 Author: Jiofack, T., l. Ayissi, C. Fokunang, N. Guedje and V. Kemeuze Title: Ethnobotany and phytomedicine of the upper Nyong valley forest in Cameroon African Journal of

Pharmacy and Pharmacology Vol. 3(4). pp. 144-150, April, 2009 http://www.academicjournals.org/ajpp Symptoms: H(051), H(107), H(171) H(051) paludism, H(107) typhoid and H(171) diabetes, seed, leaves, bark of Azadirachta Recipes: indica , RNS. Region: Central Africa Country: Cameroon (upper Nyong valley forest) Vernacular name: not registered by the investigators Reference HK 01 Author: Kerharo, J. & J. G. Adam La pharmacope sngalaise traditionnelle. Plantes mdicinales et toxiques. Editions Vigot Title: Frres, Paris, 1011 p., (1974) Symptoms: H(005), H(007), H(008), H(038), H(051), H(104), H(113), H(171) H(005), H(051) palu., H(113) rheumatism, leaves of Azadirachta., decoction (H2O), VO. H(007) + H(038), leaves, barks stem, branch, trunk Azadirachta indica + ONS. Acacia Recipes: nilotica...var. adansonii, VO. H(051) palu., H(008) + H(104) gastric ulcer , leaves of Azadirachta., decoction (H2O), VO. H(171), barks stem, branch, trunk Azadirachta., decoction (H2O), VO. Region: West Africa Country: Senegal Vernacular name: not registered Reference HN 15 Author: Natabou Dgb, F. Contribution l'tude de la mdecine et de la Pharmacope traditionnelles au Bnin: Tentatives Title: d'intgration dans le systme de sant officiel. Thse pour l'obtention du diplme de Docteur en Pharmacie de l'Universit Cheikh Anta Diop (Diplme d'tat), 138 p., Juillet 1991 Symptoms: H(005), H(051), H(113), H(171) H(005) oedema, H(051) paludism, H(113) rheumatism, decoction of leaves of Azadirachta Recipes: indica, VO. H(171) diabetes, decoction of barks of Azadirachta., VO. Region: West Africa Country: Benin Vernacular name: kinninintin (Fon), cogognaro (Yoruba), kinniniti (Mina), kininoutchi (Adja), koribou (Bariba), saanan, tagmasgur (Yom), kininouti (Sanoue), margose, lilas des Indes, nim (French) 2 reference(s) for Balanites aegyptiaca (L.) Del. Official name: Balanites aegyptiaca (L.) Del. Family: Zygophyllaceae Synonyms: Balanites gillettii Cufod. Pictures: Balanites_aegyptiaca1.jpg , Balanites_aegyptiaca2.jpg , HA06Balanites_aegyptiaca.jpg , Balanites_aegyptiaca3.jpg , Balanites_aegyptiaca4.jpg , Balanites_aegyptiaca5.jpg

Author: Hammiche, H. & K. Maiza Traditional medicine in Central Sahara: Pharmacopoeia of Tassili N?ajjer. Journal of Title: Ethnopharmacology, Volume 105, pp. 358-367 (2006) Symptoms: H(006), H(014), H(020), H(039), H(068), H(100), H(104), H(126), H(127), H(135), H(171) H(006) strong constipation, barks, maceration, enema H(006) constipation, H(014) skin disease: dermatosis, herpes, H(014) vitiligo, malignant wounds, H(039) lice, H(068) helminthiases, H(100) syphilis, gonorrhoea, H(104) stomach diseases, H(126) jaundice, H(127) enlarged spleen, H(135) indigestion, H(171) diabetes, Recipes: leaves, barks, decoction, poultice H(020) snake bite, barks, maceration, enema THIS PLANT HAS NO SIGNALIZED USE IN VETERINARY MEDICINE IN NORTH AFRICA BUT WELL IN SUB-SAHARAN AFRICA Region: North Africa Country: Algeria (Central Sahara; region of Tassili N?ajjer) Vernacular name: taborak (Tamahaq), zekkoum (Arabic) Reference HE 12 Author: El-Kamali, H. H. Ethnopharmacology of Medicinal Plants used in North Kordofan (Western Sudan) Ethnobotanical Title: Leaflets 13: 89-97. 2009. http://www.ethnoleaflets.com/leaflets/sudan.htm Symptoms: H(104), H(166), H(171) H(166, 70%) antispasmodic, H(104, 70%) stomach pain, H(171, 30%) diabetes, pulp of fruits Recipes: of Balanites aegytiaca, infusion, VO. Region: East Africa Country: Sudan (North Kordofan)

Vernacular name: hhgleeg (Lalob) 4 reference(s) for Bidens pilosa L. Official name: Bidens pilosa L. Family: Asteraceae Bidens_pilosa1.jpg , Bidens_pilosa6.jpg , Bidens_pilosa4.jpg , Bidens_pilosa2.jpg , Pictures: Bidens_pilosa3.jpg , HA05Bidens_pilosa.jpg , Bidens_pilosa5.jpg , Bidens_pilosa7.jpg

Author: Gbolade, A. A.

Inventory of antidiabetic plants in selected districts of Lagos State, Nigeria Journal of Ethnopharmacology, Volume 121, pp. 135?139, (2009) Symptoms: H(171) H(171) diabetes mellitus, Bidens pilosa fruits and Vernonia amygdalina leaves are soaked in water. One cup is taken, three times daily. H(171) diabetes mellitus, the dried roots of Bidens pilosa ground into powder, mixed with hot pap and honey. Two teaspoonfuls are taken twice daily. H(171) diabetes mellitus, Bidens pilosa seeds, Vernonia amygdalina leaves, Momordica charantia fruits and Ocimum gratissimum leaves, Alstonia congensis bark are soaked in local alcohol. Recipes: Vernonia amygdalina leaves, Bidens pilosa seeds, Uvaria afzelii roots are soaked in water. One cup is drunk three times daily. H(171) diabetes mellitus, leaves of Alchornea cordifolia, Securidaca longipedunculata, seeds of Bidens pilosa are boiled with H2O. One cup to be taken daily. H(171) diabetes mellitus, leaves and roots of Vernonia amygdalina, Momordica charantia, Carica papaya, Bidens pilosa and Ocimum gratissimum are soaked in alcohol. One cup is taken thrice daily. Region: West Africa Country: Nigeria (Lagos State) Vernacular name: abere Reference HK 36a Author: Kareru, P. G., G. M. Kenji, A. N. Gachanja, J. M. Keriko, G. Mungai Traditional medicine among the Embu and Mbeere peoples of Kenya. African Journal of Title: Traditional, Complementary and Alternative Medicines, Volume 4 (1): 75 - 86 (2007) Symptoms: H(171) Recipes: H(171) diabetes, ashes of Bidens pilosa + H2O, VO. Region: East Africa Country: Kenya (Eastern Province, Embu and Mbeere tribes) Vernacular name: musege (Mbeere) Reference HL 13 Author: Lavergne, R. & R. Vra Etude ethnobotanique des plantes utilises dans la pharmacope traditionnelle la Runion. Title: Mdecine traditionnelle et pharmacope. Agence de coopration culturelle et technique, (A.C.C.T.), Paris, 236 p., (1989) From the data bank PHARMEL 2 (ref. HP 10) Symptoms: H(171) H(171), plant feet Bidens pilosa + 3 pieces of Syzygium cumini + roots Eleusine indica , Recipes: decoction (H2O), VO. during 5 days during 3 to 4 weeks Region: Reunion Country: Reunion Vernacular name: piquant, piquant jaune, zerb lapin Reference HT 18 Author: Tsabang, N. & al. Inventaire des plantes vertus antidiabtiques dans la rgion de Yaounde au Cameroun. Rev. Title: Md. Pharm. Afr., Vol. 15, 87 - 94, (2001) Symptoms: H(171), H(014), H(109), H(113), H(139) H(171, 3), dried plant, 300 gr in 7 l. H2O during 15', VO. 1/4 l. 3X /day during 7 jours. Other Recipes: possible symptoms H(014, 3), H(109, 3), H(113, 3), H(139, 3) Title:

Region: West Africa Country: Cameroon (Yaounde region) Vernacular name: tetse-neck, maleliet (Bamileke) 1 reference(s) for Blighia sapida Koenig Official name: Blighia sapida Koenig Family: Sapindaceae HA03Blighia_sapida.jpg , Blighia_sapida3.jpg , Blighia_sapida2.jpg , Blighia_sapida4.jpg , Pictures: Blighia_sapida5.jpg

Author: Gbolade, A. A. Inventory of antidiabetic plants in selected districts of Lagos State, Nigeria Journal of Title: Ethnopharmacology, Volume 121, pp. 135?139, (2009) Symptoms: H(171)

H(171) diabetes mellitus, leaves of Abrus precatorius, Alchornea cordifolia and Blighia sapida should be squeezed with H2O until the juice comes out, infusion in H2O, VO. Region: West Africa Country: Nigeria (Lagos State) Vernacular name: isin Recipes: 1 reference(s) for Boerhavia diffusa L. Official name: Boerhavia diffusa L. Family: Nyctaginaceae Pictures: Boerhavia_diffusa1.jpg , Boerhavia_diffusa3.jpg , Boerhavia_diffusa4.jpg

Author: Adjanohoun, E., V. Adjakidje, M.R.A. Ahyi, L. Ake Assi, A. Akoegninou, J. d'Almeida, F. Apovo, K. Boukef, M. Chadare, G. Gusset, K. Dramane, J. Eyme, J. - N. Gassita, N. Gbaguidi, E. Goudote, S. Guinko, P. Houngnon, Issa Lo, A. Keita, H. V. Kiniffo, D. K Contribution aux tudes ethnobotaniques et floristiques en Rpublique populaire du Bnin. Title: Agence de coopration culturelle et technique, (A.C.C.T.), Paris, 895 p., (1989) From the data bank PHARMEL 2 (ref. HP 10) Symptoms: H(001), H(014), H(018), H(022), H(027), H(033), H(037), H(038), H(051), H(076), H(082), H(094), H(099), H(104), H(129), H(157), H(158), H(171) H(001) cataracte, powder of roots of cauris, to dilute (H2O), drops in eyes H(014) panaris, leaves of Byrsocarpus coooineus of Boerhavia diffusa of Ocimum canum of Xylopia aethiopica, RNS. H(018), leaves of Boerhavia diffusa, RNS. H(022) dystocia, leaves, to grind (H2O), to filter, VO. + kaolin + massage H(022) dystocia, dryed roots, to chew H(022) dystocia, pulp of bark twig, branche, trunk, in rectum Recipes: H(027) menace d'avortemenrt, leaves grinded (H2O), to filter, VO. + to wash + kaolin H(033), bark twig, branche, trunk of Butyrospermum paradoxum, roots of Boerhavia diffusa of Cissampelos mucronata, rape fruit of Musa sapientum, powder, to dilute (H2O) + decoction ONS. of Uvaria chamae, VO. H(037) cough, leaves of Boerhavia diffusa, rape fruit Aframomum melegueta, rhizome of Zingiber officinale, RNS. H(038) leucorrhea, leaves, grinded (H2O), to dilute in lemon juice, VO.

H(038) prostate, leaves, to grind (H2O), to dilute in lemon juice, VO. H(038) prostate, aerian part of Boerhavia diffusa, amande of Garcinia kola, to pound, juice, to dilute (H2O), VO. + porridge H(051), whole plant of Boerhavia diffusa of Cyperus articulatus, graines of Aframomum melegueta, RNS. H(076) stomatitis, H(104) ulcerous enteritis, H(129), aerian part, to carbonize, powder of Boerhavia diffusa of Portulaca olracea, to dilute in lemon juice, VO. + black soap H(082) dyspnoea, leaves of Boerhavia diffusa of Commelina africana, RNS. H(094), aerian part carbonized of Boerhavia diffusa of Portulaca olracea, to dilute in du lemon juice, VO. + black soap H(099) pilepsie, whole plant, RNS. H(104) colite aerian part cabonized, powder of Boerhavia diffusa of Portulaca olracea, to dilute in du lemon juice, VO. H(157) bark of the underground part of Annona senegalensis, roots of Boerhavia diffusa, RNS. H(157) leaves of Annona senegalensis of Boerhavia diffusa, RNS. H(158), leaves of Cissampelos owariensis of Boerhavia diffusa, to grind (H2O), maceration (H2O), VO. + kaolin H(171) sugared, whole plant of Boehavia diffusa, graines of Garcinia kola, RNS. Region: West Africa Country: Benin Vernacular name: wass (Adja), gangasikoussou, trdisi, trgasirou, txbissou (Bariba), gbagbada, gbadjhwen, handoukpo, katchouanyi (Fon, Goun), ahozn mnklo (Gn), hwassia (Sahou), kpto (Watchi) 8 reference(s) for Bridelia ferruginea Benth. Official name: Bridelia ferruginea Benth. Family: Euphorbiaceae Pictures: HA21Bridelia_ferruginea.jpg

Author: Adjanohoun, E., V. Adjakidje, M.R.A. Ahyi, L. Ake Assi, A. Akoegninou, J. d'Almeida, F. Apovo, K. Boukef, M. Chadare, G. Gusset, K. Dramane, J. Eyme, J. - N. Gassita, N. Gbaguidi, E. Goudote, S. Guinko, P. Houngnon, Issa Lo, A. Keita, H. V. Kiniffo, D. K

Contribution aux tudes ethnobotaniques et floristiques en Rpublique populaire du Bnin. Title: Agence de coopration culturelle et technique, (A.C.C.T.), Paris, 895 p., (1989) From the data bank PHARMEL 2 (ref. HP 10) Symptoms: H(005), H(006), H(008), H(027y),H(033), H(038), H(068), H(076), H(091), H(099), H(104), H(129), H(130), H(168), H(171) H(005), ?dema, stems with leaves Pennisetum purpureum, leaves of Ficus capensis of Jatropha curcas, barks stem, branch, trunk of Bridelia ferruginea, RNS. H(006) obstruction of bowels, roots of Bridelia., en moceaux, decoction (H2O), VO. + salt H(006) + H(104), H(076), H(129), barks stem, branch, trunk, to pound, to dilute in lemon juice, to filter, VO. H(027y), leaves of Bridelia., decoction (H2O), VO. H(038), underground part without bark of Bridelia ferruginea, aerian part of Euphorbia hirta, decoction (H2O), VO. H(033) female, roots of Butyrospermum paradoxum ? subsp. Parkii of Bridelia ferruginea, ripe fruit of Xylopia aethiopica, decoction (H2O), VO. H(068), leaves of Bridelia., to grind, to filter, VO. Recipes: H(091) anemia, roots of Anogeissus leiocarpa, wood of Prosopis africana of Bridelia ferruginea, barks stem, branch, trunk of Pterocarpus erinaceus, roots of Lannea kerstingii, RNS. H(091) anemia, roots of Bridelia ferruginea, ripe fruit of Xylopia aethiopica, RNS. H(099) epilepsy, barks stem, branch, trunk of Bridelia ferruginea, ripe fruit of Monodora myristica of Citrus aurantifolia, ONS. of Xylopia aethiopica, RNS. - H(130), leaves of Bridelia, RNS. H(168), roots of Rhaphyostylis beninensis of Carissa edulis of Citrus aurantifolia of Nauclea latifolia of Fagara zanthoxyloides, barks stem, branch, trunk of Bridelia ferruginea, decoction (H2O), VO. H(171), leaves and roots of Bridelia., RNS. Region: West Africa Country: Benin Vernacular name: gbnbnkou, pinkpera (Bariba), tomtope, sidika (Berba), hongla, honsoukokwe (Fon, goun), bamon (Yom), ira, tchantchala ( (Yoruba) Reference HA 07 Author: Adjanohoun, E., V. Adjakidje, M.R.A. Ahyi, K. Akpagana, P. Chibon, A. El - Hadji, J. Eyme, M. Garba, , J. - N. Gassita, M. Gbeassor, E. Goudote, S. Guinko, K. - K. Hodouto, P. Houngnon, A. Keita, Y. Keoula, W. P. Kluga - Ocloo, I. Lo, K. M. Siamevi, K. K. Contribution aux tudes ethnobotaniques et floristiques au Togo. Agence de coopration Title: culturelle et technique, (A.C.C.T.), Paris, 671 p., (1986) From the data bank PHARMEL 2 (ref. HP 10) Symptoms: H(006), H(008), H(126), H(171) H(006) constipation, barks of the underground part of Bridelia ironruginea, to pound, maceration (H2O), VO. H(008), stem with leaves of Psidium guajava, barks stem, branch, trunk of Bridelia ironruginea, decoction (H2O), VO. H(126), H(006) laxative, roots of Bridelia., decoction (H2O), VO. Recipes: H(126), barks of the underground part of Bridelia., decoction (H2O), VO. H(126), leaves of Entada africana, leaves and roots of Bridelia ironruginea of Terminalia macroptera of Combretum hypopilinum of Ostryoderris stuhlmanniii, decoction (H2O), VO. + to wash H(126), barks stem, branch, trunk of Entada africana, barks of the underground part of Bridelia

ironruginea, Terminalia macroptera of Combretum hypopilinum of Ostryoderris stuhlmanii, powder, to dilute, VO. H(171), leaves of Bridelia ironruginea of Combretum glutinosum of Combretum micranthum of Harrisonia abyssinica of Cinnamomum zeylanicum of Oxytenanthera abyssinica of Irvingia gabonensis of Crateva religiosa of Flavourtia flavescens, stem with leaves of Ocimum basilicum, decoction (H2O), VO. Region: West Africa Country: Togo Vernacular name: akamati (Ew), klo (Nawdem), n'tchintchin (Bassar) Reference HA 31 Author: Ameyaw Y., F. A. Aboagye, A. A. Appiah and H. R. Blagogee Quality and harvesting specifications of some medicinal plant set up by some herrbalists in the Title: eastern region of Ghana Leaflets Journal on WWW : http://www.siu.edu/~ebl/leaflets/eghana.htm Symptoms: H(171) H(171), the plucked dried leaves plus other plant materials are used to prepare a decoction for Recipes: the treatment of diabetes. Region: West Africa Country: Ghana Vernacular name: opam fufuo, flatsho, ekpazenra, kimi. Reference HK 48 Author: Kayode, J., O.E Ige, T. A. Adetogo and A. P. Igbakin Conservation and Biodiversity Erosion in Ondo State, Nigeria: Survey of Plant Barks Used in Title: Native Pharmaceutical Extraction in Akoko Region Ethnobotanical Leaflets 13: 665-67. 2009. Symptoms: H(008), H(100), H(113) H(171) H(008) dysentery, H(100) gonorrhea, H(113) rheumatism, H(171) diabetess, barks of the plant Recipes: Bridelia ferruginea are soaked in water in a bottle, VO. the filtered aqueous extracts, once or twice daily. Region: West Africa Country: Nigeria (Ondo State) Vernacular name: ira (Yoruba) Reference HM 01 Author: Mandango M.A., I. Boemu L. & M. Bongombola Plantes antidiabtiques de Kinshasa (Zare). Mitt. Inst. Allg.. Bot. Hamburg, 23b, 1021 - 1031, Title: (1990) Symptoms: H(171) H(171), barks of the underground part of Bridelia ferruginea of Nauclea latifolia, leaves of Morinda morindoides, decoction (H2O), VO. H(171), barks stem, branch, trunk of Bridelia ferruginea of Mangifera indica, leaves of Morinda lucida of Rauvolfia obscura deTetracera poggei, decoction (H2O), VO. H(171), barks stem, branch, trunk of Bridelia ferruginea of Nauclea latifolia, leaves of Morinda lucida of Musanga cecropioides of Tetracera poggei, decoction (H2O), VO. Recipes: H(171), barks stem, branch, trunk of Bridelia ferruginea of Mangifera indica, leaves of Morinda lucida, decoction (H2O), VO. H(171) sugared, barks of the underground part of Annona senegalensis of Bridelia ferruginea of Millettia drastica of Nauclea latifolia of Vitex madiensis, roots of Uvaria scabrida, leaves of Morinda lucida of Lippia multiflora of Morinda morindoides of Ocimum gratissimum, decoction (H2O), VO. H(171), barks of the underground part of Bridelia ferruginea of Hymenocardia acida,

decoction (H2O), VO. H(171), barks of the underground part of Bridelia ferruginea of Nauclea latifolia of Rauvolfia vomitora, ripe fruit of Citus limon, decoction (H2O), VO. (no alcohol) H(171), barks of theunderground part of Bridelia ferruginea of Mangifera indica, leaves of Morinda lucida of Rauvolfia obscura of Tetracera poggei, decoction (H2O), VO. H(171), barks of theunderground part of Bridelia ferruginea of Mangifera indica, leaves of Morinda lucida, decoction (H2O), VO. H(171), barks of the underground part of Bridelia ferruginea of Nauclea latifolia, leaves of Morinda lucida of Musanga cecropioides of Tetracera poggei, decoction (H2O), VO. H(171), barks of the underground part of Bridelia ferruginea, barks stem, branch, trunk of Mangifera indica, leaves of Morinda lucida, decoction (H2O), VO Region: West Africa Country: Democratic republic of Congo (ex. Zare) Vernacular name: not registered by the investigators Reference HM 1k Author: Mandago, M.A. & M. Bongombola Rsultats d'une phytothrapie antidiabtique Kinshasa (Zare)Vol. 1, 233-238, (1994) Proceedings of the 13 th plenary meeting of AETFAT, Zomba, Malawi, (2-11 april 1991)Vol 1 Title: and Vol 2, 1514 p. (1994) Edited by J.H. Seyani & A.C. Chicuni.National herbarium and Botanic Gardens of Malawi, Zomba, Malawi. Symptoms: H(171) H(171), mixing of those plants Annona senegalensis , Bridelia ferruginea , Lippia adoensis, Recipes: Morinda lucida, Nauclea latifolia, Ocimum gratissimum , Pentaclethra macrophylla , RNS., VO, 1 to 5 months, good results + stabilisation Region: West Africa Country: Democratic republic of Congo (ex. Zare) Vernacular name: not registered Reference HN 11 Author: Nkongmeneck, B.A. & al. Voies de recours thrapeutiques du diabte et plantes utilises par les diabtiques au Cameroun: Title: cas de Yaounde et ses environs. Rev. Md. Pharm. Afr.,Vol. 14, 89 - 98, (2000) Symptoms: H(171) Recipes: H(171), ONS., RNS. Region: West Africa Country: Cameroon (Yaounde) Vernacular name: ebag ongel (Ewondo), ibag (Eton) Reference HN 15 Author: Natabou Dgb, F. Contribution l'tude de la mdecine et de la Pharmacope traditionnelles au Bnin: Tentatives Title: d'intgration dans le systme de sant officiel. Thse pour l'obtention du diplme de Docteur en Pharmacie de l'Universit Cheikh Anta Diop (Diplme d'tat), 138 p., Juillet 1991 Symptoms: H(008), H(033), H(046), H(104), H(171) H(008) dysentery, ONS. of Bridelia ferruginea, RNS. H(033) femal sterility, powder of dried leaves of Bridelia ferruginea, in le vagin H(046) varicella, decoction of leaves of Bridelia ferruginea, RNS. Recipes: H(104) abdominal pains, maceration and decoction of roots and barks without suber of Bridelia., VO. H(171) diabetes, leaves of Bauhinia., RNS.

Region: West Africa Country: Benin Vernacular name: honsou-koukou, hongla (Fon), nlinhoui, hon, awlin (Adja), hita (Nagot), pkpra, bnebenkou, kppla (Bariba), kisni, kiri (Haoussa), ahlinhoti (Kotafon), kpatiika (Waama), djabako (Dendi), dgnin (Somba), anoun, banoun (Yon) 2 reference(s) for Bridelia micrantha (Hochst.) Baillon Official name: Bridelia micrantha (Hochst.) Baillon Family: Euphorbiaceae HA21Bridelia_micrantha.jpg , Bridelia_micrantha3.jpg , HR08Bridelia_micrantha.jpg , Pictures: Bridelia_micrantha1.jpg , Bridelia_micrantha2.jpg

Author: Abo, K. A., A.A. Fred-Jaiyesimi, A.E.A. Jaiyessimi

Ethnobotanical studies of medicinal plants used in the management of diabetes mellitus in South Western Nigeria. Journal of Ethnopharmacology, Volume 115, pp. 67- 71, (2008) Symptoms: H(171) Recipes: H(171, 3) diabetes, leaves decoction of Bridelia micrantha, VO. (cure during 1 to 6 months) Region: West Africa Country: South Western Nigeria Vernacular name: iranje, sweetberry (local English) Reference HG 22 Author: Gbolade, A. A. Inventory of antidiabetic plants in selected districts of Lagos State, Nigeria Journal of Title: Ethnopharmacology, Volume 121, pp. 135?139, (2009) Symptoms: H(171) H(171) diabetes mellitus, Nicotiana tabacum leaves, Bridelia micrantha bark, Bidens pilosa seeds, Alstonia congensis roots and potash are boiled with H2O. One cup drunk daily. Recipes: H(171) diabetes mellitus, stem and bark of Bridelia micrantha, leaves of Vernonia amygdalina and Ocimum gratissimum are squeezed with water and drunk. Region: West Africa Country: Nigeria (Lagos State) Vernacular name: arasha, osha Title: