In times of scarcity, pods and seeds may be eaten by humans (UPW).
• Bambara in Mali make a draught from young plants with Piliostigma for convulsions (UPW).
• Guinea and Senegal natives use powdered bark to dust on dermatosis and as vermifuge (UPW).
• North Africans dissolve the gum in water for jaundice, ophthalmia, and pulmonosis (BOU).
• Senegalese take bark infusion for fever (UPW).
• Senegalese poultice the leaves with cowpea leaves onto allergic skin conditions and edema (UPW).
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