(azonveve man) chrysophyllum albidum


(azonveve man) chrysophyllum albidum

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Chrysophyllum albidum, is a plant of African origin from the Sapotaceae family. This tree, whose consumable fruits are very popular in West Africa, has different names in each ethnic group. Example in Benin, the Yoruba call it Agbalumo, the Hausas: Agualuma, in English: African star apple or African cherry.


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Chrysophyllum albidum is a tropical evergreen tree. It reaches average dimensions between 25 and 37 meters high with a maturity circumference varying on average between 1.5 and 8 meters. Its wood is usually fluted, its bark is thin, pale to brownish green, exuding white slash, gummy latex.The species has simple leaves, dark green above, pale fawn below when young and silvery white below when mature. oblong-elliptical to elongated obovaleselliptical, 12-30 cm long, 3.8-10 cm wide; apex shortly acuminate, base cuneiform; primary lateral nerves widely spaced, 9-14 on each side of the median vein; secondary lateral veins indistinct or invisible; petiole 1.7 to 4.2 cm long


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Its fruit is rich in antioxidants, glycosides, flavonoids, saponins, and steroids, has diuretic properties. It also contains tannins, terpenoids, alkaloids, and reducing sugars. Its consumption has a deworming effect in the body, therefore a significant reduction in the percentage of parasites harmful to the human body in the intestinal microbiota. It prevents heart disease and is not highly recommended for people with severe ulcers. In case of ulcer, the very ripe fruit should be eaten. It treats hypertension, dental abscesses, and promotes cancer clearance


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But the consumption of its leaves must respect the prescriptions of the phytotherapist because its excessive consumption is toxic to the body as is the case for conventional drugs.


The bark of its trunk is made as a decoction to treat fever and black-coated tongue caused by abnormal growth of yeast and bacteria in the mouth. Also the bark has hepato-protective, hypoglycemic, and antioxidant activities. In traditional medicine, it treats yellow fever and malaria. Thus it relieves toothache, fights against gum disease, and sore throat. Maceration of the bark promotes lactation in young mothers with insufficiency. The latex from the bark is used as lime for birds. The seed oil is edible too. The oil with the crushed seeds are used in the making of homemade soap. Its leaves and seed cotyledons, all crushed and used as ointments, help to treat skin problems and vaginal infections.

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