Some authorities place this genus in the family Cneoraceae[
Feroniella pubescens (Wall. ex Hook.f.) Tanaka
Harrisonia citrinocarpa Elmer
Lasiolepis multijuga Benn.
Lasiolepis paucijuga Benn. & R.Br.
Limonia pubescens Wall. ex Hook.f.
Paliurus dubius Blanco
Paliurus perforata Blanco
Harrisonia perforata is a prickly shrub that is nearly erect or somewhat climbing, growing up to 6 metres tall[
Various parts of the plant are gathered from the wild and used locally as medicines.
E. Asia - southern China, Myanmar, Thailand, Laos, Vietnam, Malaysia, Indonesia, Philippines.
Sparse forests and scrub at low elevations[
]. Drier parts of southeast Asia[
The young shoots are considered a remedy against diarrhoea[
The ashes of the roasted leaves mixed with oil, or simply the crushed leaves, are applied to the skin to relieve itch[
A decoction of the root bark is recommended in the treatment of diarrhoea and dysentery as well as against cholera[
]. A very efficacious remedy against diarrhoea and dysentery[
The dried root is considered antipyretic and anti-inflammatory, it is used in wound healing and in the treatment of diarrhoea[
The stems are employed in the treatment of diarrhoea[
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