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Kinkéliba from Senegal

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Quinquéliba or Kinkéliba, the star of African breakfasts that seduces the world.
Unlike mango trees, lemon trees and other fruit trees that are often planted or colonized by humans, the "Quinquéliba" tree grows at will without human control.
A tropical tree that sits in the forests of Africa, it gives its leaves to anyone who wants. Farmers cut it at will for their personal consumption if they do not sell them in the markets.
It is the morning infusion par excellence of Africans. In African homes, it is boiled to be served hot to the whole family. Often mixed with milk, it is an essential part of breakfast.
Meticulously stored sheets in pouches or branches tied with wires, Quinquéliba is adored for its therapeutic virtues.

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Imported from Senegal

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What are the virtues/benefits of Kinkéliba?

  • It is recommended during fasting for its invigorating action.
  • It helps the liver eliminate toxins by purifying it at the same time as the gallbladder.
  • It is also used in the treatment of constipation.
  • It is a complement to diets.
  • It helps regulate blood pressure
  • It has an antioxidant role that effectively fights inflammatory diseases.
Its leaves are also used as food for pets.
Everything is good in the quinquéliba...


Studies on kinkeliba leaves have shown that they can lower blood sugar levels.

It helps fight constipation and soothes people suffering from infectious diarrhea thanks to its antibacterial and antimicrobial properties.

External use of leaves can be made to speed up wound healing.

In humans, beta-sitosterol in the leaf would reduce cholesterol levels in the blood and would be beneficial to the prostate.


How do I use kinkeliba?


The kinkeliba is prepared for decoction. Put 20 g dried leaves in 1 l of water. Bring to a boil, when it starts to boil, allow 3 minutes, then remove from the heat, and leave to infuse for about 20 minutes. Filter and it's ready.

The resulting drink can be drunk throughout the day.


A Kinkéliba decoction can be used in hair rinse water to make it shine and make it silkier.


Counter-indication and precautions of use

It is not recommended to consume kinkeliba in pregnant or breast-feeding women, as well as children under 2 years of age, without the advice of a doctor.








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