Synadenium angolense N.E.Br.
Euphorbia triangolensis is a succulent, evergreen shrub growing up to 3 metres tall, or a tree that can reach 6 metres[
The plant is sometimes harvested from the wild for local medicinal use.
The latex is used as fish poison[
Tropical Africa - Angola, DR Congo, Zambia, Malawi.
Mixed deciduous woodland and dense thickets; also planted near native habitations; at elevations from 550 - 1,400 metres[
A root infusion is drunk to treat pain in the hips and madness[
An infusion of unspecified plant parts is taken to treat stomach-ache, dropsy, stitch, urogenital problems, excessive menstruation, tuberculosis and cardiac palpitations[
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