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Non-scientific name:

bois savon

1 Accepted name(s) for "bois savon":

Accepted name
Cordia myxa L.

2 Medicinal source(s) include this non-scientific name:

Medicinal sources: Scientific names as used in medicinal source: MPNS matched scientific names: Accepted name: Trade forms: Plant parts:
Med. Pl. Trop. Africa (Schmelzer et al., 2008) Cordia myxa L. Cordia myxa L. Cordia myxa L.
GRIN Report: World Economic Plants (Wiersema, 1999) Cordia myxa L., nom. cons. Cordia myxa L. Cordia myxa L.

20 Non-scientific name(s) associated with "bois savon":

Non-scientific names: Class of name: Medicinal sources:
assyrian plum Other Med. Pl. Trop. Africa (Schmelzer et al., 2008)
assyrian-plum Other GRIN Report: World Economic Plants (Wiersema, 1999)
clammy cherry Other Med. Pl. Trop. Africa (Schmelzer et al., 2008)
clammy-cherry Other GRIN Report: World Economic Plants (Wiersema, 1999)
glueberry Other GRIN Report: World Economic Plants (Wiersema, 1999)
indian cherry Other Med. Pl. Trop. Africa (Schmelzer et al., 2008)
indian-cherry Other GRIN Report: World Economic Plants (Wiersema, 1999)
sapistan Other GRIN Report: World Economic Plants (Wiersema, 1999)
Med. Pl. Trop. Africa (Schmelzer et al., 2008)
sapistan-tree Other GRIN Report: World Economic Plants (Wiersema, 1999)
sebastan-tree Other GRIN Report: World Economic Plants (Wiersema, 1999)
sebesteira Other GRIN Report: World Economic Plants (Wiersema, 1999)
Med. Pl. Trop. Africa (Schmelzer et al., 2008)
sebesteiro do sudao Other Med. Pl. Trop. Africa (Schmelzer et al., 2008)
sebesteiro-do-sudão Other GRIN Report: World Economic Plants (Wiersema, 1999)
sebesten plum Other Med. Pl. Trop. Africa (Schmelzer et al., 2008)
sebesten-plum Other GRIN Report: World Economic Plants (Wiersema, 1999)
sebéstier Other Med. Pl. Trop. Africa (Schmelzer et al., 2008)
selu Other GRIN Report: World Economic Plants (Wiersema, 1999)
small cordia Other GRIN Report: World Economic Plants (Wiersema, 1999)
sudan-teak Other GRIN Report: World Economic Plants (Wiersema, 1999)
sébestier Other GRIN Report: World Economic Plants (Wiersema, 1999)