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The Baobab Tree Adansonia digitata

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                Many of the remedies on this website originate from Africa. The culture there is immersed with the enchanting powers these plants have. They are believed to sooth and heal the biological circuitry of human beings, as well as to enlighten the soul. Phytochemical research on these medicinal plants back up and explain their benefits. So, I would like to introduce you to yet another sacred tree from Africa called the Baobab tree.


Baobab doesn't taste too bad at all. I use it as an ingredient in infusions for colds and the flu. It can be used in culinary applications also and has been known to be eaten as a relish. It really has hardly any taste what-so-ever, so adding a pinch to just about anything is not a bad idea. I've even added it to oatmeal. Tree barks go well together, so it blends very well with Cinnamon. Different cultures have found Baobab a place in their cooking.


Benefits


This Baobab tree has also been referred to as the "upside down tree". This is because of the way the tops almost look like roots reaching up towards the sky. It's used in Africa to treat fevers. It also has tremendous nutritional value. Baobab contains 50% more calcium than spinach! It's loaded with antioxidants and has three times the amount of Vitamin C than that of an orange! Using it in a tincture form can be an easy and quick way to supplement these natural and essential chemicals. I particularly think that it goes well with Echinacea and Feverfew because of its fever fighting benefits.


The leaves are edible and it also produces fruit. Elephants even find the Baobab tree useful, consuming the juicy wood below its bark. Many herbalists today are just now discovering its benefits. Ancient African folk medicine has spread to the west, and now American herbalist are utilizing these plants and their benefits because of what these other historic cultures have first discovered. I'd like to see it planted and grown around the world. This will help to counteract the careless destruction of wilderness around the globe. It will also bring more medicine to the west. We need all the natural benefits that we can get.

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References & Other Resources:

Adansonia digitata. (2015, December 10). In Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia. Retrieved 13:32, January 8, 2016, from https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Adansonia_digitata&oldid=694590504

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