Wild Harvest Pharma Response


Maybe there has been a little confusion over the sustainability of the tree of life, The Baobab. First off carbon dateing done on a great Baobab in S.A. has revealed that this particular tree is over 5000 years old. But to put things in perspective a baoabab reaches maturity at 60 and with an average life-span of 500 years.

I got involved in the commercial proceessing of this mighty tree of Africa when i was doing research into Mandinka tribes in The Gambia. Getting back to the article, indeed the Madagascan Baobab fruit is endangered however this are not exported and are only used for local consumption. The next point is that last year S.A. alone consumed over 100,000 tons of Baobab, with a tree population of over 28 Million this figure far exceeds the projected demand from Europe and the U.S.

Baobab has the potential of changeing lives here in Africa, not for big businessmen but for rural communities and those that need and want additional income. Baobab trees are being felled right now to build houses and shops. When farmers understand that this tree can provide income for themselves, their children and their great great grandchildren they are going to protect these trees.

So the demand in Europe and the U.S. will fuel the protection of the tree. Wild Harvest Pharma have already embarked on a planting project where we plant hundreds of trees each year for the community, that way when they bear fruit that community will beneifit directly.

We are also looking to employ disabled workers in our processing facility to empower the most dis-adavantaged workers. Baobab is great news for Africa and fantastic news for the Europeans that will beneifit from the health and nutritional value of this amazing tree of life.

Dr Baobab
Wild Harvest Pharma

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  1. Zeeshan Amjad
    July 20, 2009 at 10:31 am

    Nice blog actually i got many fruitful things from it 🙂Pain Management Diet Menu

  2. Lionel Messi
    July 25, 2009 at 8:25 pm

    טובתודההנושא של יותר נפלא

  3. Wild Harvester
    August 16, 2009 at 9:39 pm

    ZeeshanI am glad that you got some good intel from the site. Keep coming back fro more.Dr Baobab

  4. Wild Harvester
    August 16, 2009 at 9:40 pm

    LionelGreetings to Israel, thanks for your positive comments i will keep up the good work. Do you have Baobabs in Israel too?Dr Baobab

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