Kousso, Brayera, Hagenia abyssinica. Official in many countries. Deleted from the ninth U. S. P.

In the British Pharmacopeia it is called Brayera anthelmintica. Used as a teniafuge. The average dose is 240 grains. This is administered in the form of an unstrained infusion. The drug is a gastrointestinal irritant, depresses the heart, is apt to be promptly vomited when administered, is unreliable unless the flowers used are quite fresh, and it is most disagreeable in action.