The use of medicinal plants has always been part of human culture and is wide spread in Africa. During the last decades, herbs and spices have been used in culinary and tra- ditional therapeutic practices for the treatment of different ailments.
Among the plant species that has been ethno-
botanically reported to have diverse medicinal uses is the san-paper leave (Ewe Ipin) in Yoruba Language
It is a medicinal plant referred to as ''sand paper plant'' and Ewe ipin in Yoruba language of Western Ni- geria. Different parts of the plant are used for treating ;
6. Treatment of heamostative
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17ulcer and wounds .
On this note, it is important to know their elemental contents and how to use it.
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