Myrsine africana Linn.

Nota de alcance (en)

Origin

Outer Himalayas from Kashmir to Nepal and in KhasiHills at 300 – 2,700 m.

Action:

Fruit—anthelmintic (used for the expulsion of tape worms; also as a substitute for Emblia ribes); antispasmodic, purgative; used externally against ringworm and other skin affections.

Aerial parts—antifertility, abortifacient. (According to Unani medicine, the fruits of Shamshaad show antifertility activity in females.)

Toxicity:

Aerial parts—antifertility, abortifacient. (According to Unani medicine, the fruits of Shamshaad show antifertility activity in females.)

Nota bibliográfica (en)

Khare, C.P./ Indian Medicinal Plants. -- Nueva Dheli: Springer, 2007 . - p  433.

Myrsine africana Linn.
Término aceptado: 23-Mar-2021