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Coriaria

New Zealand plant genus of the plant family, Coriaraceae; all parts of the plant are poisonous and cause excitation, vomiting, convulsions, exhaustion and death. Tutin, the toxin in the plant, is passed to the meat of poisoned animals and to honey in the neighborhood of the plants. Includes C. angustissima, C. arborea, C. kingiana, C. lurida, C. plumosa, C. pottsiana, C. pteroides, C. sarmentosa. Called also tutu.
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Tree species present in the study site: Anona squamos, Polyalthia longifolia, Atlantia monophylla, Azadirachata indica, Zizyphus mouritiana, Zizyphus xylopyrus, Caesalpinia coriaria, Delonix regia, Cassia siamea, Cassia rouxburghii, Tamarindus indica, Prosopis juliflora, Acacia planifrons, Acacia leucophloea, Albizia lebbeck, Morinda pubescens, Santalum album, Borassus flabellifer, Wrightia tinctoria, Streblus asper, Pamburus missionis, Mangifera indica, Aegle marmelos, Mimusops elengi, Millingtonia hortenensis, Peltophorum pterocarpum, Erythrina indica, Adenanthrea pavonina, Thespesia populnea, Kigelia pinnata, Guazama ulmirolia, Madhuca longifolia, Couroupita guianensis.
This somewhat sour seasoning obtained from the Rhus coriaria, a species of the sumac tree, is still as indispensable to Middle Eastern cuisine as it was to the kitchens of the Sumerians and ancient Egyptians.
2) A tree, Caesalpinia coriaria, unique to the Netherlands
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The method used to evaluate the antibacterial activity also can affects the results; Natarajan et al [10] and Fazeli et al [8] found that the diffusion method from wells on agar is more appropriate to study the activity of aqueous and organic extracts of Euphorbia fusiformis and hydro-ethanolic extracts of Rhus coriaria and Zataria multifora, than the method of agar diffusion.
Other conformity with results is finding of Jayakumar et al, [11] who showed, water extracts of fresh leaves in Partenium hysterophorus can reduce the leaf area in Caesalpinia coriaria.
toona, Clerodendron infortunatum, Coriaria nepalensis, Cydonia oblonga
Many herbal such as: Barberry, Estragon, Rhus coriaria, Cinnamomum zelanicum, Hypericum perforatum and onion known anti diabetic effects and use to patient treatment.