However, highly valued medicinal or food tree species, such as Sterculia tragacantha, Aframomum
cereum, and Dialium guineense were never used as fuel or construction woods.
Antimicrobial properties and phytochemical analysis of methanolic extracts of Aframomum
melegueta and Zingiber officinale on fungal diseases of tomato fruit.
Gastric antiulcer and cytoprotective effects of Aframomum
melegueta in rats.
etymology obscure pwa for poivrier Longouze longoza Aframomum
angustifolium (also in the ginger family) Mahafatiamboa mahafaty literally, 'kills dogs' amboa (Cnestis glabra is native to Madagascar) Mouffia mofia, rofia Raphia ruffia Natte nato diverse trees with red wood, good for construction, e.
Scientific family, english and local names of the plants investigated Scientific name Family English name Aframomum
Inhibition of food spoilage yeasts and aflatoxigenic moulds by monoterpenes of the spice Aframomum
In Congo Brazzavillle, Aframomum
stipulatum an already indigenously documented herbal remedy for impotence has been patented by Biotech, a Canadian pharmaceutical company.
Babul acacia 2308811 Acacia polyacantha Wild Catechu tree 5867 Aframomum
These included Vitex doniana, Aframomum
angustifolium, Bridelia scleroneura, Ficus sur and Ficus sycomorus.
The spice known as cardamom is the fruit of several plants of the Elettaria, Aframomum
and Amomum genera in Zingiberaceae, or ginger family.
There were some false starts on islands belonging to Sierra Leone, but eventually they reached what was known to European traders as the Grain Coast, source of a type of ginger spice, aframomum
melegueta, a medicinal flavouring Europeans dubbed the <Grains of Paradise'.