Kigelia africana (or Kigelia pinnata), also called Saucissonner or sausage tree, because of the shape of its fruits, is a tree native to Senegal that grows in humid coastal places. This tree, belonging to the Bignoniaceae family, can reach 15 meters in height with a tortuous trunk and branches. The flowers are often suspended under the foliage at the end of a long peduncle.
The flowers are streaked purple-red with a strong fragrance. They open at night when nectariferous bat activity peaks, because it is thanks to them that pollination takes place. The brown fruits, very characteristic in the shape of a sausage, are rounded at both ends and hang from those long peduncles which give a curious appearance to the tree. The fruits, rarely eaten, contain many seeds. The seeds can be roasted and eaten. They can be used as ferment for the local beer.
In women, kigelia is positioned as the number 1 remedy against infertility. Kigelia, very rich in estrogen, tones the breasts, firms them and stimulates lactation in breastfeeding women. Studies have proven that it prevents breast cancer.
In men, the use of kigelia helps to get rid of the troubles related to sexuality, premature ejaculation, azoospermia, erectile dysfunction, micro penis (kigelia has the particularity of increasing the size of sex in men).
The powder can be sprinkled directly into food or dissolved in milk.
To tone the chest or lengthen the penis in men, the best use of kigelia is as follows:
Prepare a soup with red meat (mutton, beef), sprinkle your dish with the kigelia, eat the meat and drink all the sauce. We cannot repeat this cure three times without having a more than extraordinary result.
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