USD 1500 / Ton ( Approx )
Min. Order (MOQ) : 50 Ton
SpecificationsIrvingia is a genus of African and Southeast Asian trees in the family Irvingiaceae, sometimes known as wild mango
Irvingia is a genus of and in the family , sometimes known by the common names wild mango, African mango, or bush mango.
Irvingia has been shown to significantly reduce body fat in obese subjects versus placebo.
Performing epidemiological studies in African tribal populations when he noted that people in a certain region had low incidences of obesity, diabetes, and related diseases. Exploring further, he found that they use irvingia paste to thicken soups an average of ten times per week. This led to the development of a concentrated extract that stimulates fat loss while promoting healthy cholesterol and blood sugar levels.
is a hormone that inhibits food intake in people of normal body weight by reducing the hunger signals from the brain. However, obese individuals often produce so much leptin that their cells become resistant to it.
Scientific: Irvingia gabonensis
Common names: Wild mango, bush mango, duiker nut
Local name: Basebuo (Twi), ogbono, akpan
Family name: Irvingiaceae
Description: It is a tree that grows to height of about
80m with small leaves, large drupe fruit and fibrous
flesh. The trees yield a hard wood useful in construction.
Habitat: It is endemic to forest regions.
Part used: Seed, bark of stem
Active ingredients: Fat and protein, oleic and stearic
acid, iron potassium etc.
Uses: reduces weight, lowers cholesterol levels, and
improve control of diabetes. Treats Arteriosclerosis
Mr. James Lee
8700 Sudley Road, Manassas, , United StatesView Mobile No.