Product 008: Khaya Senegalensis/African mahogany medicinal uses


Khaya senegalensis treats obesity, diabetes, varicose veins, varicocele, etc. This tree is astringent, antibiotic, and anti-inflammatory.

 Khaya senegalensis/African mahogany medicinal uses

Khaya senegalensis” from its botanical name or mahogany of Senegal in French, is a monoecious tree of the Meliaceae family. Which can exceed 15 m in height, an extraordinary tree of immense industrial utility.  In terms of urban reforestation, production of planks, mortars, and also handcrafted pestles.

It has been known since antiquity as a medicine tree. In addition, a powerful, multivalent, and multifunctional medicinal tree.  That can, on its own, treat and cure many ailments.  Thanks to the many active ingredients disseminated in its leaves, trunk, and root bark, as opposed to potions and mixtures. Furthermore, it is used in bark powder, leaf infusion, alcohol macerate, and honey.

Khaya senegalensis treats obesity, diabetes, varicose veins as well as varicocele, etc. Indeed, this plant is an astringent, antibiotic, and anti-inflammatory. In addition, it also treats flatulence, venous insufficiency, painful menstruation, malaria, sinusitis, etc.

Product details 

Weight 50g
Composition Organic vegetable extracts
Properties Anti-inflammatory,
Active substances – Astringent and absorbent tannins, anti-inflammatory and anti-fibrinolytic heterosides, sterols, etc.
Presentation Powder in sachet or pot
Directions for use read the notice
Side effects Bitter taste
Treatment duration 3 months renewable as necessary.

The therapeutic effects of the powder

The powder is an astringent, antibiotic, antiseptic, anti-inflammatory. Then an antiviral, effective against urethritis, sinusitis, mucosal inflammations, painful menstruation. It also works against,  abundant menstruation, sterility, syphilis, leprosy, diseases mental, sexual weakness, fever. In addition, we also use it for malaria, internal pain, flatulence, neuralgia, abscesses. Furthermore, it also works for boils, scabies, gonorrhea, itching, fever, sores, toothaches, malaria, Phagedenic ulcers. And also worms, etc. In West Africa and especially in Benin bark of caïlcédrat are present in almost all teas. In the same fashion, it is also an all-purpose plant.


Fever, malaria, pharyngitis angina, rheumatism, external hemorrhoids, obesity, diabetes, diarrhea, abdominal pain, ulcers, painful menstruation, infertility in women, gonorrhea, urethritis, flu, aches, gingivitis, abscesses, scabies, chronic wounds, boils, headache disorders, Edema, premature ejaculation not to mention fatigue, etc.

Side effects

– bitter taste.

Dosage & Directions for use

– The powder is consumed in a cereal porridge well sweetened with honey or also with red sugar.

The powder can also be taken in a homogeneous mixture of honey.

– Take the powder in decoction or also in infusion. Brew or boil a teaspoon of the powder in a cup of water and drink twice daily.

– Boil for 10 minutes, one tablespoon of the powder in a liter of water. Allow cooling and filter. Drink two cups a day.

–Diabetics use the powder as a dietary supplement by taking a teaspoonful of the powder during the meal. It regulates blood sugar and also facilitates irrigation of the pancreas and digestion of sugar. Very good for diabetics.

–For External diseases (scabies, external hemorrhoids, abscesses, boils, sores, etc.), making a homogeneous mixture of powder and shea butter then spend the ointment obtained on the diseased parts.

–For skin problems, mix also the powder with native black soap for the shower. It makes the skin smooth and glowing.

Note: In case of infections, three weeks of treatment are necessary to fight the evil. For painful periods, take the powder during the period of menstruation.

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