(djoko jee) cissampelos owariensis


(djoko jee) cissampelos owariensis

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Cissampelos owariensis is a species of plants in the Menispermaceae family. It is present throughout tropical Africa, from Senegal to South Africa via Ethiopia, except in the wettest areas.

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Cissampelos owariensis has a very variable leaf shape, hairiness and inflorescence size. Flowering takes place at the end of the dry season and at the start of the rainy season, in Benin from January to May. The fruits ripen during the dry season. Cissampelos owariensis occurs in lowland forest and riverine forest, also in secondary forest; it is also frequently found in clearings, orchards, fields and hedges, especially on wet soils, up to 900 m altitude


Throughout the range of Cissampelos owariensis, the bitter rhizome, leaves and stems are taken as an infusion to treat gastrointestinal ailments such as diarrhea, dysentery, colic, intestinal worms and digestive problems, as well as urogenital problems. like menstrual disorders.

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They would make it possible to trigger the contractions of the uterus during childbirth and then to expel the placenta. Depending on the region, the rhizome can be chewed or administered in the form of a decoction or a powder to fight against sore throats, headaches, backaches, lung diseases, fevers caused by jaundice or malaria. , or bilharzia. The leaves, on the other hand, are often heated or applied as a paste to improve healing of wounds, edemas or ulcers or as an antidote to snake venom.

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