SOLANECLO MORNIL, OMUGANGO lunyankole, EKINYANGANGO runyoro, MAROO-MAROWO luo, KARALANKUBA luganda, MUGABA lusoga,
Ashrub or tree common in East Africa, It’s also in South Africa widespread as in higher wetlands /areas of Kenya. It is allow altitude species in Uganda not extending above 1.500m use: firewood, medicine (leaves, roots) ornamental boundary marking. A much branched woody shrub or tree of 12cm. its branch is in three bark: usually grey-green, Flower= small yellow, orange in large branched terminal or auxiliary heads 16-80 cm long with six florets together prog-colleted seed before they are ripe, put them in apolythen bag to ripen, so the seeds are released there and can be easily collected so that species are distributed throughout most districts of Uganda. The wood is extremely soft and burned quickly.
* Leaves are crushed and the juice is drunk for cold fever and rheumatism and as an antidote
* Roots are used as an Anthleminitic, Apurgative for dysentery and indigestion, pounded leaves rudder on snake bite as an antidote.
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