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close this bookHerbal Medicine for Animals (IIRR, 1996, 18 p.)
View the documentForeword
View the documentGrowing and using herbal medicine
View the documentAllium sativum
View the documentAreca catechu
View the documentBlumea balsamifera
View the documentCarica papaya papaya
View the documentCocos nucifera
View the documentChrysophyllum cainito
View the documentGliricidia septum
View the documentMomordica charantia
View the documentMoringa oleifera
View the documentMusa sapientum
View the documentPremna odorata
View the documentPsidium guajava
View the documentTamarindus indica
View the documentTinosphora rumpii
View the documentVitex negundo

Musa sapientum

FIG. 1. Musa sapientum -Banana

FIG. 2. Musa sapientum -Propagation

Plant part




Fresh leaves


Chop 2 leaves for calves, sheep and goats or 3-5 leaves for adult cattle and buffaloes.

Feed to animal 2x a day until it recovers. (This is only applicable during the early stage of the abnormality.)

Fresh leaves

Bleeding wound

Steam 1 leaf over boiling water.

Ruminants and pigs: Apply the leaf on the wound. Do this2-3x a day until the wound heals.