Curiosities: Known as imphepho, omphepho or malufite this plant as being used by local tribes, mainly burnt as incense to invoke the goodwill of the ancestors and as charms (protective, love).
|Part of the plant used||Processing mode||What it is treated for|
||Decoction||It is used to wash keloid scars.|
|Roots and leaves||Infusion||Infusion Used to drive away evil spirits, used to wash the body|
|Dried leaves and seeds||Smoked in a pipe||The Karanga smoke this as a remedy for cough and pulmonary tuberculosis|
|Plant||Burnt||Plant Burned as incense by the KwaZulu-Natal|
|Root||Mixed with salt and other ingredients. Given orally.||Various conditions|