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  • The tree of life-baobab

    The appropriate dose of baobab depends on several factors such as the user''s age, health, and several other conditions. At this time, there is not enough scientific information to determine an appropriate range of doses for baobab. Keep in mind that natural products are not always necessarily safe and dosages can be important. 

    Catlog: Baobab Overview  |  Publish Time: 7/5/2013


  • Anti-oxidant properties of baobab

    In the recent years ,more and more people are explore the  strategy of implementing the diet with antioxidants, especially deriving from natural sources, is becoming more and more convincing. In this regards, several studies has been directed toward the evaluation of several naturally antioxidant properties of many naturally occurring botanicals and herbs, potentially useful as nutriceutical ingredients 

    Catlog: Baobab Overview  |  Publish Time: 8/24/2012


  • Phytochemistry of Baobab, Adansonia digitata

    Baobab is also known as known as the “Tree of Life” due to its nutrition facts .These compounds have been found in a various parts of the plant including the seeds, roots, leaves, bark, and the fruits. The bark of the baobab is used for cloth and rope, the leaves for condiments and medicines, while the fruit, called "monkey bread", is eaten. 

    Catlog: Baobab Overview  |  Publish Time: 8/23/2012


  • The benefits of baobab oil

    Baobab oil is a pale yellow oil extracted from the fruit seed of baobab tree(Adansonia digitata) native to eastern and southern Africa ,subsequent refined. Baobab oil has a high content of Vitamins A,E,F(essential fatty acid),and sterols that combine to give impressive moisturizing qualities to the skin and hair.

    Catlog: Baobab Health Benefits  |  Publish Time: 8/22/2012


  • The Medicinal Value Of Baobab

    Baobab is also known as the “Tree of Life” due to its nutrition facts. New reports have shown that the ingredients in African baobab tree and its fruit cover vitamins and nutrients including riboflavin, niacin and vitamins C, A, D and E. This makes baobab enjoy a high reputation for its benefits.

    Catlog: Baobab Health Benefits  |  Publish Time: 8/21/2012


  • Health Benefits of Baobab Fruit

    Baobab trees (Adansonia digitata) are the oldest trees which native to Madagascar ,they are special and distinctive features of the African savanna. The trees can live for up to 1,000 years and are some of the largest in the world. Large baobab trees with hollow stems have been used by people for centuries for various purposes including houses, prisons, pubs, storage barns, and even as bus stops .

    Catlog: Baobab Health Benefits  |  Publish Time: 8/20/2012


  • Baobab fruit

    Baobab fruits are ovoid in shape which are similar in appearance to a coconut and are formed from elaborate white flowers which are pollinated by bats.Baobab fruit has a hard, woody shell with a velvety yellow-green coating. Cut the fruit vertically,you can see the large oil -rich seeds, the fruit powder and fibres inside the shell...

    Catlog: Baobab Overview  |  Publish Time: 8/17/2012


  • Nutritional components of baobab fruit

    The baobab seed and pulp were analyzed for proximate composition ,the seed was found to be a good source of energy ,fat and protein, the kernel and the pulp contain substantial quantities of calcium,potassium, magnesium and vitamins especially vitamin C. Besides ,it also in rich of aminoacids, glucose and fructose,so the baobab is widely used in modern medicine ,food ,beverage and cosmetics industry.Below are some vital facts about Baobab fruit powder

    Catlog: Baobab Health Benefits  |  Publish Time: 8/14/2012


  • Baobab Fruit Powder

    Baobab has a long history of being areliable and safe traditional herbal medicine in Africa. Perhaps it is one ofthe most unique plant varieties in Africa, given its exceptional nutritional profile and attributes as well as its innate market appeal. The fruit pulp of Baobab is known for its rich antioxidant activity, more than six times moreeffective compared to blueberries. Our company (OHI)  give a large supply of baobab fruit powder...

    Catlog: Baobab Products  |  Publish Time: 8/14/2012


  • Uses of baobab

    The baobab is one of the oldest trees which are native to Madagascar, Africa, and Australia. It has been living for thousands of years, this deciduous tree has a peculiar growth structure consisting of a massive, bottle-shaped trunk and relatively sparse canopy. The baobab thrives in tropical and semi-tropical climates experiencing little or no freezing temperatures. The baobab seed and pulp were analyzed for proximate composition ,the seed was found to be a good source of energy, fat and protein, the kernel and the pulp contain substantial quantities of calcium,potassium, magnesium and vitamins, especially vitamin C. Besides ,it is also rich in aminoacids, glucose and fructose,so the baobab is widely used in modern medicine ,food and cosmetics industry.

    Catlog: Baobab Application  |  Publish Time: 8/10/2012


  • How to grow baobab tree?

    The baobab tree is one of nature''''s oldest and oddest trees,native to Madagascar, Africa, and Australia. Capable of living for thousands of years, this deciduous tree has a peculiar growth structure consisting of a massive, bottle-shaped trunk and relatively sparse canopy., the baobab grows in tropical and semi-tropical climates experiencing little or no freezing temperatures.

    Catlog: Baobab Overview  |  Publish Time: 8/8/2012


  • What’s the baobab?

    The baobab trees up to 25m tall and 3m diameter of trunk which is usually unique and cylindrical .The crown is at the top of the tree and flat; the branches are regurlarly distributed, mainly horizontal. Bark reddish grey, smoth Flowers are white, yellowing whith age, and normally smooth but can often be variously folded and seamed from years of growth. The leaves are hand-sized and divided into 5-7 finger-like leaflets. Being deciduous, the leaves are dropped during the winter months and appear again in late spring or early summer. Fruits are subglobose to ovoid with a reddish indumentum. The pericarp is thin and fragile.

    Catlog: Baobab Overview  |  Publish Time: 8/7/2012