African Mango

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For what
Mitochondrial and Energy Production
Blood and Cardiovascular
Digestive
Skeletal and Muscular
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Herbs and Botanicals
For whom
People
African mango (Irvingia gabonensis), also known as wild mango, is a natural fruit that has long been used medicinally in Africa. African mango is different from the common mango (Mangifera indica). African mango may be used to help lose weight, increase energy levels, suppress appetite, lower blood cholesterol levels, aid digestion, boost circulation, strengthen bones, and improve heart health.


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