Drosera capensis extracts of the leaves were used externally for warts, corns and sunburn. Disorders such as tuberculosis, asthma, coughs, eye and ear infection, liver pain, morning sickness, stomach conditions, syphilis, toothache and intestinal problems were treated internally with teas or extracts made from the leaves.
Carpobrotus edulis leaf juice is traditionally gargled to treat infections of the mouth and throat. It is also taken orally for dysentry, digestive troubles, tuberculosis and as a diuretic and styptic. The leaf pulp is highly astringent and is applied externally to treat eczema, wounds and burns. It is also said to be effective against toothache, earache and oral and vaginal thrush.
Cryptocarya wyliei concoctions and infusions of the bark are often used to treat headaches, urinary disorders, stomach complications, as well as emotional and nervous disorders. It is also said to be an effective remedy for treating infantile diarrhoea.