Scientific name: Marsdenia condurango

Common names: Eagle vine

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Arabic names:    كوندرانغو (condrango)

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Family: Asclepiadaceae

Approximate number of species known:

Common parts used: Bark

Collection: Throughout the year

Annual/Perennial: Annual

Height: 30 feet

Actions: Bitter, stomach sedative, tonic

Known Constituents: Glycosides, resin, tannin

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Traditional Use:

A bitter used for digestive and stomach problems.  Used to settle indigestion and nervous tentsion.

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