The kinkeliba (Combretum micranthum) Is a plant used in traditional medicine for its bile ducts and diuretic properties. It is used in infusion against constipation, to stimulate bile and promote biliary excretion function. It is also effective as anti-inflammatory and antibacterial and protect liver cells.
The leaves are the main parts used in herbal medicine. We find in the kinkeliba flavonoids, combrétines and catechin tannins. The plant also contains alcohols, acids and quaternary amino acids. These elements bring the plant choleretic and bile ducts.
Accelerating healing during fresh leaves of applications or the inner bark of the root.
Digestive problems, such as constipation. The kinkeliba stimulates contraction of the intestinal muscles, favoring the digestive process. It is also a recognized malaria in parts of Africa. It also has an anti-inflammatory and antimicrobial action on some germs. cholagogue and diuretic effect. Stimulation of the liver and bile.