KIGELIA PINNATA PDF
Kigelia africana. Photo: Bart Wursten Shenstone, Mt Hampden. Kigelia africana. Photo: Bart Wursten By road from Sinamatella to Robins Camp, Hwange NP. Kigelia Pinnata. Name: Kigelia Pinnata Common Name: Balam Khira Botanical Name: Kigelia Pinnata Availability: In Stock. A large Tree from tropical Africa with . Kigelia africana and Kigelia pinnata are widespread across Africa and found in wet savannah and riverine areas. The tree grows to 20 metres or more and is.
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There are also a range of traditional uses for the fruit, varying from topical treatments for skin afflictions, to treatment for intestinal worms.
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Bark grey, smooth, usually flaking in larger specimens. Phytochemical analysis from various studies shows that Kigelia africana is rich in medicinal bioactive compounds like alkaloids, tannins, flavanoids, saponins, phenols, terpenoids and glycosides.
The tree is widely grown as an ornamental tree in tropical regions for its decorative flowers and unusual fruit. Kigelia africana LamBenth Bignoniaceae familyis a highly valuable medicinal plant that is native to Sub-Saharan Africa.
Kigelia Africana. A Medicinal Plant With A Cosmetic Potential.
Flowers large, dark maroon with yellow veining, in pendulous sprays up to flowered. The poultice made from leaves is applied topically to treat backache.
These leaves occur in threes and are compound with a glossy and leathery, wavy appearance, and are crowded at the ends of the branches. Insects associated with this species: In fact, the sausage tree is widely recognized for its remarkable effectiveness in improving the firmness and elasticity of the skin.
Individual flowers do not hang down but are oriented horizontally. Its name in Afrikaans worsboom also means sausage tree, and its Arabic kigela means “the father of kit-bags “. Flower bud in KolkataWest BengalIndia.
Southworld Culture August Kigelia Africana.
Seeds Sausage Tree Kigelia Pinnata
In some African cultures, women use the sap from the fruit of the tree for firming the skin around their breasts.
Seeds are now available at our seed store. The sausage-like fruit is big with an average of about Sabonet, Pretoria and Gaborone Page Currently, the tree has possible cosmetic and pharmaceutical topical applications, particularly in the formulation of sun-screen skin lotion and creams, breast firming agents, anti-skin irritant and soothing agent, anti-reddening skin agent, anti-inflammation agents, anti-aging and anti-oxidant agents on the skin.
Kirkia 10 1 Page Kigelia africana with unripe fruits: Tabebuia impetiginosa Pink Trumpet Tree. Uses Mainly grown as a curiosity and ornamental, both for its beautiful red flowers and its strange fruit. Fruit huge, sausage-shaped, up to 60 cm long and weighing up to 7 kg.
For example, the fruits are used to manage skin conditions like fungal infections, eczema, psoriasis, boils and leprosy.
Sausage Tree – Kigelia pinnata – Seeds
Once one flower has been pollinated, the other buds in the same inflorescence will usually abort to avoid the simultaneous development of too many of the heavy fruits on the same peduncle. A Treasury of Botany.
UQSt LuciaBrisbane. Photo Gallery — A Migrant Caravan. The bark is grey and smooth at first, peeling on older trees.
Seeds and husk of a ponnata fruit, PuneIndia. All the parts of the tree fruits, leaves, bark and roots are widely used by traditional healers across different African cultures to treat kigellia health conditions.
Crescentia cujete Calabash Tree. The stem bark powder can also be put in hot water to make an infusion to treat stomach disorders in children while kiigelia infusion from the roots bark is taken to treat pneumonia. For centuries, the sausage tree has been used as a valuable herbal medicine by a number of traditional healers and African communities.