The baobab tree is also called a "tree of life" or "pharmacist tree" as its medicinal properties are numerous.
The bark is used as a febrifuge.
Baobab bark helps eliminate hormonal disorders in women.
They provide valuable help during pregnancy, at all stages. They contain all the vitamins and minerals necessary for pregnancy and also solves many problems of pregnant women - sleep disorders, digestion, and many others.
They are also useful during lactation.
For people subject to menstruation pain, baobab bark will also reduce them.
Thanks to its febrifuge properties, they would also have the virtue of effectively fighting malaria and fever.
The nutritional value of baobab fruit pulp is based on its high content of Calcium, Vitamin C and fibre.
It also significantly contains B-group vitamins (thiamine B1, riboflavin B2 or niacin B3) and amino acids. It is considered a fortifier for all: children, the elderly, sportsmen, and it is particularly recommended to keep shape and vitality!
Baobab powder is also a high-quality pre-biotic (improves intestinal flora) thanks to its high soluble fibre content.
Baobab powder is used as an ingredient in smoothies, juices, cereal bars, jams, vitamin supplements but also for its binding, thickening and acidifying properties. Source of calcium, vitamin C and gluten-free.
Tips for use: Baobab powder can be consumed as is, directly in a yogurt or incorporated into a hot or cold drink.
-For the face
restorative and regenerating
softens the skin
anti-ageing, it slows down skin aging
- For hair
sets the loops
moisturizer (thanks to the natural sugar it contains)
treats irritated scalps
regenerating, it promotes hair growth
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Considered a prebiotic food, monkey bread is 2.5 times richer in vitamin C than an orange, contains 2.5 times more calcium than milk and six times more potassium than bananas. It also contains soluble fibre, vitamin B6 and vitamin B1 (thiamine).
It is also extremely rich in antioxidants, which have recognized medical virtues.
Very well known in Senegal for the preparation of Bouye juice
The pulp is also a good anti-diarrheal and an excellent rehydrating. These virtues have been recognized by WHO.