World Journal of
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Abstract

CONTRIBUTION TO THE IDENTIFICATION OF LORANTHACEAE COMMERCIALIZED IN THE MARKETS BY BETE AND NIABOUA OF DALOA, COTE D'IVOIRE

Amon Anoh Denis-Esdras*, Boyé Mambé Auguste-Denise, Groga Noël, Soro Kafana, Soro Dodiomon, N’guessan Koffi and Sebe Fiba Doriane

ABSTRACT

Loranthaceae are hemiparasite plants used in traditional medicine to treat diseases and are commercialized by Bété and Niaboua, two ethnic groups of Daloa city, Côte d’Ivoire. The object of the study was to identify and know the therapeutic virtues of Loranthaceae species. Semi-structured research conducted from march to august 2018, in french and in local languages, were realized among sixty-two (62) herbalists in five (5) markets of Daloa on the Loranthaceae. The ethnobotany inquiry identified three (3) species of hemiparasites divided into 3 genera commercialized. Three parts of Loranthaceae: leaves, leafy twigs and stem barks. Several methods of preparation: decoction, infusion, maceration, pounding and kneading were identified. Several diseases treated are mentioned and Malaria is the most cited. The study shows the therapeutic importance of Loranthaceae and their use in traditional medicine by Bété and Niaboua ethnic groups are ways to deepen to discover new active ingredients to cure diseases.

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