Selim pepper, also known as guinea pepper, comes from a huge tree of the annuan family that grows in tropical Africa, along streams in the savannah, and can measure up to 20 meters.
Selim pepper is made up of both seed contained in a long, thin blackish bean dented 3 to 5 cm long that resembles a bean. Seeds and pods are inseparable
In some cultures of black Africa, they are burned like incense to purify or disenchacate houses and holy places.
In West Africa, young mothers and their babies consume pepper infusions to give strength and good health to the baby and its mother.
Selim pepper combined with Akpi seeds and 4-sided fruit are used to boost ovulation in women. Mixing her three spices into a drink helps women who have difficulty conceiving, increasing their chances of having a child.
Akpi, known by various names Djansang Njansang, Musodo, Erimado, Corkwood, Essessang, is a blond seed native to mainly African rainforests, this seed (scientific name Ricinodendron Heudelotii) is increasingly appreciated in France and Europe for its multiple virtues for health and also for the body.
Akpi seed is now known to develop breasts and buttocks as well as fenugreek and kigelia in a natural way.