haronga bark

haronga bark (h·rngˑ·g bärkˑ),

n Latin name:
Harungana mada-gascariensis; part used: bark, leaves; uses: excretory function of the pancreas, gastric juice secretion, choleretic, cholagogic, painful digestion, mild exocrine pancreatic insufficiency; precautions: acute pancreatitis, severe liver function disorders, gallstones, ileus, gall bladder empyema, obstruction of bile ducts; can cause photosensitivity.