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Sm. [ludlutjana, Michaelmas daisy] (Asteraceae) root decoction is used for internal sores in the lower abdomen (11). Berkheya setifera DC [lulwimi iwenkhomo, buffalo tongue](Asteraceae) root bark decoction is used in the treatment of infertility in women and for stomachache. The root bark contains cardenolides, polyphenols and terpenoids (18,23). The root bark and leaf are also used in the treatment of toothaches (12). Canthium gueinzii Sond. [sinmati, climbing turkey-berry] (Rubiaceae) root bark is used for dymenorrhoea, discharge and burning on micturition (18).
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