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 catinga de mulata (brazil.), cegadinka (brazil.); macassa (brazil.); bwalangino (Nigeria); otek (Cameroon) \\ catinga de mulata (brazil.), cegadinka (brazil.); macassa (brazil.); bwalangino (Nigeria); otek (Cameroon) \\
  
-Succulent annual herb up to 0.5m tall, native to southern tropical Africa, cultivated in Brazil. ​+Succulent annual herb up to 0.5m tall, native to southern tropical Africa, cultivated in Brazil; stems glabrous to hispidulous;​ leaves sessile or shortly petiolate; blade lanceolate to elliptic or ovate-lanceolate;​ flowers secund, single, closely placed, subsessile; corolla blue to purple, 4-5mm long; nutlets ovoid or oblong, smooth\\ 
 +[[https://​plants.jstor.org/​compilation/​Aeollanthus.suaveolens]]
  
 "​Cultivated as medicinal plant against skin, ear and eye diseases in Brazil. Used as an important voodoo plant for ritual baths by the Afro-Brazilians. Grown in northern Nigeria for its very aromatic foliage, which is used to flavour soup. Employed as a medicinal plant and soap-substitute in tropical Africa. The essential oil of the plant is of potential value in perfumery. Wild distribution:​ Tropical Africa (Nigeria to southern Sudan and Kenya in the north to South Africa); naturalized in South America (Brazil)."​ \\ "​Cultivated as medicinal plant against skin, ear and eye diseases in Brazil. Used as an important voodoo plant for ritual baths by the Afro-Brazilians. Grown in northern Nigeria for its very aromatic foliage, which is used to flavour soup. Employed as a medicinal plant and soap-substitute in tropical Africa. The essential oil of the plant is of potential value in perfumery. Wild distribution:​ Tropical Africa (Nigeria to southern Sudan and Kenya in the north to South Africa); naturalized in South America (Brazil)."​ \\
aeollanthus_suaveolens_mart._ex_spreng.txt · Zuletzt geändert: 2018/06/19 16:40 von andreas