Sausage tree powder – wild-harvested and organically cultivated from Kigelia africana. Our product contains 0.6 kg of sausage tree powder in a package.
Sausage tree powder directions for use: Take 1/2 tsp of dried powder in an 8 oz. glass of favorite juice or smoothie once a day. You can also sprinkle the powder directly on meals, such as apply it to your toast with butter.
Kigelia africana powder has been used for many decades for treating kidney diseases, solar keratosis, diarrhea, coughs, and inflammation. Sausage tree root is a remedy for boils, sore throat, constipation, and tapeworm infestation. There has been no report of side effects for sausage tree powder consumption, both short and long-term.
Sausage Tree Information
Kigelia africana or sausage tree is the only tropical tree in the species of its genus (family Bignoniaceae). The unusual grey, sausage-shaped fruit that gives the tree its common name (the sausage tree) hangs from rope-like stalks. They can reach over a meter in length and weigh as much as 10kg.
- Scientific Name: Kigelia africana
- Country Of Origin: South Africa
- Ingredients: Wild harvested Kigelia Africana
- Parts Used: Leaves, Bark
Sausage Tree Powder Health Benefits
Sausage tree powder has long been used as an aphrodisiac, disinfectant, and cure for dermal complaints. Women in South Africa and Senegal tribes would sometimes use Kigelia Africana for enlarging treatment for their breasts by rubbing the fruit on the skin.
Other benefits of sausage tree powder are:
- 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)
- Helps ease rheumatism
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