Baobab

A baobab is any of nine species of deciduous tree in the genus Adansonia, found in arid regions of Madagascar, mainland Africa, Arabia, and Australia. The generic name honours Michel Adanson, the French naturalist and explorer who described Adansonia digitata. Of the nine species, six are native to Madagascar, two .Adansonia digitata L. Malvaceae is commonly known as baobab tree native to Africa. Baobab is a multi purpose tree which offers protection and provides food, clothing and medicine as well as raw material for many useful items. The fruit pulp, seeds, leaves, flowers, roots, and bark of baobab are edible and they have .Recently there has been a renewed impetus in the search for novel ingre.nts to be used in the cosmetic industry and Baobab Adansonia digitata L., Malvaceae seed oil has received high interest. In this study, a commercial Baobab seed oil sample was characterised fatty acid content using GCxGC ToF MS and a pilot .Recently, though, I ve been seeing an unfamiliar ingre.nt pop up in products that has caught my attention Baobab. TIA has referred to it a couple of times, and Marta has mentioned that the African Baobab tree, also known as Adansonia digitata, is one of her favorite trees. But limited references didn t satiate my curiosity, .

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