Sausage Tree

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Sausage tree (Kigelia africana) is consumed by several mammals species, such as baboons, bush pigs, elephants, giraffes, hippos, monkeys, and porcupines. To be brief, everyone loves a vegan sausage (Kigelia africana). As the popular name “sausage tree” signifies, the fruit of the Kigelia africana resembles a colossal sausage. Their appearance on the tree makes it easy to recognize throughout most of the year.

Kigelia africana stem bark decoction has been used for treating kidney diseases, solar keratosis, diarrhea, coughs, and inflammation. Kigelia africana bark is decocted and administered as an abortifacient. Historically, Kigelia africana is a real solution for PE, referred to as the topmost used in Zimbabwe. Kigelia africana root is a remedy for boils, sore throat, constipation, and tapeworm infestation.

How To Use Sausage Tree

We recommend adding Kigelia africana powder into clay and using it as a mask. Also, you can make an infusion, allow it to cool off, strain, and rinse your hair and face in the shower or drink it.

Sausage Tree Extract Pre Workout

The stem bark hot water extract of Kigelia africana can be seen in some pre-workout supplements. This could be due to one animal study that reported Kigelia africana could be a potential central nervous system stimulant.

One other property that could potentially benefit athletic performance is the analgesic (painkiller) effect. Owolabi and an assistant were the very first to report the analgesic effect of an extract of Kigelia africana.

After mice were also injected with acetic acid, the amount of twisting and squirming movements had been counted. The number of writhing movements was significantly lower for the group that received Kigelia africana infusion than the placebo group after 30 min.

Cosmetics

In cosmetics, Kigelia africana (Sausage tree) has been evaluated for its ability to heal damaged skin and various dermatological conditions. A topical preparation containing Kigelia africana is used to remove sunspots on the face and hands, “solar keratosis.” Several patents have been granted to use Kigelia africana wholesome extracts as anti-wrinkling agents and skin lightening and general skin rejuvenation. A Kigelia africana wholesome fruit extract is useful to develop the bust and the stability of breast collagen fibers.

Sausage Tree Benefits

The Kigelia africana is found throughout tropical Africa, and there are local names for the plant among the several hundred tribes.

Kigelia africana contains a polymorphous species. It is extremely variable in habit and leaf morphology, which has led to the distinction of up to 10 separate species and many synonyms. Kigelia africana is a small to medium-size semideciduous tree, up to 25 m in height.

Tribes utilized Kigelia africana fruit for edema, rheumatism, snakebites, fevers, malaria, and syphilis, and an alcoholic beverage similar to beer.

Kigelia africana is also used in the treatment of skin diseases and traditional cosmetics preparations as a skin lightening agent to reduce wrinkles and to promote smooth skin. In Nigeria, the ground fresh or dried fruits are formed into a paste and rubbed on the breast to treat an abscess.

 

Other benefits:

Assist with fungal infections.

Assists with PE.

Helps with serious skin ailments such as leprosy.

Helps with skin ailments such as eczema, boils, and psoriasis.

Gets rid of ringworm, tapeworm.

Helps with postpartum hemorrhaging.

Assists with diabetes.

Gets rid of pneumonia.

Helps with piles.

Reduces toothache.

Help get rid of gonorrhea (using a decoction of bark)

Rheumatism

 

Origin: South Africa

Ingredients: Wild harvested Kigelia africana

Parts Used: Leaves, Bark

Forms: Two ounces of powder or 60 vegetable capsules (550-600 mg).

Tincture: Take one dropper full (30 drops) twice a day. May increase up to one dropperful four times daily.

 

How to use:

Powder: Take 1/2 tsp of dried powder in an 8 oz. glass of favorite juice or smoothie once a day.

We recommend adding Kigelia Africana powder into clay and using it as a mask. Also, you can make an infusion, allow it to cool off, strain, and rinse your hair and face in the shower, or drink it.

Capsules: Take 1 capsule once a day with water or favorite beverage.

 

The gel caps we use are Vegicaps (vegetable) and are all-natural. No Animal By-Products, Starch Free, Wheat Free, Dairy Free, Preservative Free, Ethylene Oxide, and Sulfite FREE!

Legal Information: The Food and Drug Administration has not evaluated these statements. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.

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Powdered (2oz), Capsule (s) 60 Vegicaps, Tincture (1oz)

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