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Despite the name, African mangoes, which grow on the Irvingia gabonensis tree, aren’t related to the mangoes you see at your local grocery store, which grow on the Mangifera indica tree.
Indigenous to the humid tropical rain forests of Africa, African mango trees – also known as wild mango or dika trees – grow to a height of 130 feet and produce a nearly spherical, mango-like fruit (the source of their misnomer).
Though the flesh is consumed as a food, the pit is especially valued for its health-promoting properties. Browse African mango extract supplements to find the formula that best supports you and your wellness journey.†
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