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Since ancient times, medicinal plants have played a key role in the management of some health problems and in the discovery of new drugs. For many years, Dacryodes edulis (G. Don) is reported to be used by local populations of West and Central Africa for its nutritional values and by traditional medicine practitioners for the treatment of many diseases among which: leprosy, dysentery, anaemia, spitting blood, debility, stiffness, tonsillitis, skin diseases (such as scabies, ringworm, rash anddoi:10.22270/jddt.v6i5.1276 fatcat:xee2kfv7zzhllearj2mf2vb5aq