Allanblackia floribunda

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Uses As Per Literature: 

In Gabon a decoction of the inner bark is taken to treat dysentery and as a mouthwash to treat toothache, in Congo to treat stomach-ache. In DR Congo a decoction of the bark or leaves is taken to treat asthma, bronchitis and cough. Sap squeezed from the bark is a component of a medicine used to treat urethral discharge.


Traditional Uses: 

The fat extracted from the seed is used in the preparation of food.

Plant Category: 
Forest Foods
Food Category: 
Vegetable Oils
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