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Carissa bispinosa (Num-Num)
Roots used for toothache, edible fruit.
Carissa macrocarpa (Large Num-Num)
Makes good jam, fruit is highly nutritious, fruit produces pink dye, very attractive.
Cassine aethiopica (Kooboo-Berry)
Edible fruit, brown dye from the bark, medicinal, hard wood for household items.
Cassinopsis ilicifolia (Lemon Thorn)
Spiny, medicinal, edible.
Celtis africana (White Stinkwood)
Wood used for furniture, unpleasant smell when first cut hence common name, magical.
Clausena anisata (Horsewood)
Medicinal and magical, leaves used to flavour curry.
Clerodendrum glabrum (White Cats Whiskers)
Leaves are rubbed onto hands and face to repel bees when collecting honey, poles for hut building, medicinal.
Clerodendrum myricoides (Blue Cats Whiskers)
Edible fruit. Lovely shrubby tree for an informal border, medicinal.
Coddia rudis (Small Bone-Apple)
Edible fruit, ornamental and very pretty in flower.
Combretum bracteosum (Hiccup Nut)
Beautiful in flower, fast screen, edible fruit said to cause or cure hiccups.