Xylopia aethiopica

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Synonyms for Xylopia aethiopica

tropical west African evergreen tree bearing pungent aromatic seeds used as a condiment and in folk medicine

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Another recipe entails washing, cutting into pieces and soaking in water Tetrapleura tetrptera, Crinum jagus, Xylopia aethiopica, Gossypium barbadens, Olax subscorpioidea, and Securidaca longepedunclata for three days.
Le materiel vegetal utilise est compose de: grains de Coffea robusta, gousses de Xylopia aethiopica et de feuilles sechees de Combretum micranthum qui ont tous ete obtenus au niveau desdits marches.
Cytotoxicity of compounds from Xylopia aethiopica towards multi-factorial drug-resistant cancer cells.
vasicine and vasicinone in several botanicals such as Xylopia aethiopica, Peganum harmala epigeal parts, Areca catchu nuts and Gloriosa superba roots as abortifacient bioactive agents and/or their role in the contraction and relaxation of uterine muscles (9-12).
Effect of hexane extract and phytochemical content of Xylopia aethiopica and Ocimum gratissium on uterus of Guinea pig .
Not rated 3 Pseuderanthemum ludovicianum Not rated 4 Polyalthia suavolens Not rated 5 Annonidium mannii Not rated 6 Xylopia aethiopica Not rated 7 Cleistopholis glauca Not rated 8 Xylopia chrysophylla Not rated 9 Alstonia bonei Not rated 10 Clitandra cymulosa Not rated 11 Rauvolfia mannii Not rated 12 Ancylobotrys pyriformis Not rated 13 Holarrhena floribunda Not rated 14 Hunteria congolana Not rated 15 Landolphia mannii Not rated 16 Landolphia violacea Not rated 17 Saba florida Not rated 18 Strophantus sarmentosus Not rated 19 Culcacia sp.
In Cameroon Xylopia aethiopica, commonly named Ethiopian Pepper is the only species of this genus claimed to be useful for the treatment of malaria and other diseases.
Treatment of yam tubers with extracts of Azadiractha indica, Ocimum gratissimum and Xylopia aethiopica agrobotanicals reduced post-harvest losses of yam in storage [9].
Cytotoxicity and modes of action of four Cameroonian dietary spices ethno-medically used to treat cancers: Ecbinops giganteas, Xylopia aethiopica, Imperata cylindrica and Piper capense.