Tion against intestinal affectionsArtemisia campestris L. subsp. sc'ah (arab); togoft
Powdered leaves are externally Tment on the Navy, Department of Defense, or the US Government. applied for skin infections and wrinkles  In Algeria, it really is made use of as a substitute to get a. sc'ah (arab); togoft, tegoft, taghert, t hiat (berber); variabilis (Ten.) Greuter teghoch (tuaregh) (PORUN - TTF484) ASTERACEAE Artemisia herba-alba Asso (PORUN -TTF482) ASTERACEAE Figure three scih (arab); aghares (berber); azezzer? zezzeri (temahac)Anthelminthic, known as dua lehn cIn Morocco, the plant is thought of anthelmintic, aperitive, diuretic, emmenagogue and abortive . A leaf infusion to treat widespread colds, vertigo, and helminthiasis. Powdered leaves are externally applied for skin infections and wrinkles  In Algeria, it really is utilized as a substitute to get a. absinthium . In Tassilli N'ajjer (South Algeria), aerial parts and flowers are utilized for postpartum care, emmenagogue, analeptic, and antispasmodic. Also utilised as an anthelminthic, for stomach and liver affections. Vulnerary  In Marmarica area, it really is recognized as fodder and as a medicinal plant . A potion from the plant is drunk in North Sahara against digestive troubles, as an anthelmintic, and to treat eye affections and obesity . A branch decoction is made use of for rheumatic pains and helminthiasis . In Morocco, the plant is administered against gastrointestinal affection, as an antiseptic, anthelmintic, antidote to poisons, hypoglycemiant and emmenagogue  Roots, shoots and leaves are employed from Egypt to Morocco as a tonic and stomachic, against headache, liver affections rheumatisms, and for remedy of syphilis The whole Within the Fezzan, the dried plant is ground and plant and the employed as a stomachic inflorescenceAsphodelus refractus Boiss. (PORUN - TTF2304) ASPHODELACEAEnot reportedLeavesDiureticPage 9 ofTable 1 Plants used in Libyan folk therapy at the starting of XXth Century in accordance with Trotter data. (Continued)Balanites aegyptiaca (L.) Del. s.l. (PORUN - TTF2302) BALANITACEAE hagilidi, heglig (arab); teb ac (temahac); tsciaisciot PubMed ID:https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/25681438 (Tuat); addua (Haussa) Young leaves, Leaves to clean sores; pulp fruit utilized in spleen pulp of fruits illnesses and to kill Guinea worms (Vena medensis) The leaf decoction is utilised in the central Sahara (Algeria) and in other North African countries, as an anthelminthic, against skin affections, and as a vulnerary. Also administered to remedy stomach, liver, pulmonary and spleen affections [23,28]. In Sudan, the fruit is administered as a purgative, a bark decoction against jaundice, and branch fumigation against rheumatisms . Also used as purgative and for bilharzias  The species grows in South Arabia and is identified by the Arabians as "maghrayt d'sheehaz". The resin is traditionally sold in African markets as a disinfectant and also utilized within the preparation of cosmetics  Incorporated amongst Libyan medicinal plants as an emollient (roots)  In North Sahara, it is administered as a pain-killer, mainly to treat toothaches, and against rheumatisms . In central Sahara (Tassili N'ajjer, Algeria), a poultice of fresh leaves is topically applied against rheumatism pains and headache . Flowers and fruits are macerated to treat rheumatism . An infusion of root bark is utilized as a cholagogue  Roots are applied as an abortive. In Morocco, it is deemed as a antiepileptic, anthelmintic, aphrodisiac, PubMed ID:https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/26100631 and hypoglycemiant. Also administered against gonorrhea and tinea . Additionally, the fruit, broken into little pieces, is used to guard woolen clothes from moths  Aphrodisiac, anti-inflammatory, tonic.