The Tree of Life


The mighty Baobab Tree is one of the largest trees on earth. It's ability to thrive in some of the driest conditions and its contribution to sustaining life have earned this super species the nickname 'Tree of Life'. 

Baobab Trees are found widely throughout the Savannah and in some of the driest regions in Africa. The leaves, fruit, flowers and seeds are edible and contain many nutrient and antioxidant properties. Additionally, the bark of the tree can rapidly regenerate and therefore may be stripped and harvested make cloth, rope, and other materials in a  sustainable way without damaging or killing the tree. 

For Centuries, the people of Africa have relied on the Baobab Tree for sustaining life through the nutrients and protection offered by the tree.The tree itself is enormous in girth, exceeding more than 75 feet in diameter and have been used for shelter, to store livestock, grain and even water. 

The oil from the seeds of the Baobab Tree are high in antioxidants and are known to nourish and alleviate dry skin as well as improve skin elasticity.