(KOUTE HOUEMENOU) CALOTROPIS PROCERA

 

(KOUTE HOUEMENOU) CALOTROPIS PROCERA

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DEFINITION

Calotropis is a genus of flowering plants in the Apocynaceae1 family. They are commonly called milkweeds because of the sap they produce. All Calotropis species are considered to be weeds in some parts of the world. The highly fragrant flowers are often used in making floral bouquets in parts of Southeast Asia.

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PRESENTATION

Calotropis procera is a shrub frequently reaching 5 meters in height. Its leaves are large and can reach up to 30 centimeters in length. They are green in color and are lighter on the underside of the leaf. The fruit of this species is a thick pulp, ranging from green to yellowish in color, of soft consistency and up to 10 cm when ripe. The interior is fibrous, the fibers enveloping many seeds. Note that His fruits look like little apples. It is commonly found in arid regions of North Africa (Sahara), in the Middle East, but also in tropical Africa

 

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BENEFITS

The Calotropis plant is used in cases of skin diseases, intestinal worms, cough, ascites, asthma, bronchitis, dyspepsia, paralysis, swelling, intermittent fevers, anorexia, inflammation and tumors. Calotropis is similar in structure to two cardiac glycosides which are responsible for the cytotoxicity of Apocynum cannabinum. Extracts from Calotropis procera flowers have shown strong cytotoxic activity in colon cancer patients

 

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TOXICITY

Calotropin is one of the compounds in latex, is more toxic than strychnine. In fact, fresh latex, dried and then rehydrated is irritating to the eyes, which can lead to irreversible blindness. In addition, they are dangerous for the eyes. The milky ooze of the plant is a corrosive poison

RECIPE

Cough: Decoction of the leaves. Drink 2 beer glasses per day; Colic: Root decoctions. Drink 1/2 glass per day; Amenorrhea: Decoction of the leaves with shea butter. Drink 1 glass 3 times a day; Difficult Childbirth: Dried root powder. A pinch of powder diluted in water as a single dose. Childbirth occurs within 15 minutes

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