2,000-Year-Old Tree In South Africa Called The Tree Of Life

We are living in a world full of wonderful things. The world full of amazing things. The world which you cannot describe with just a word. All things were created with a purpose. And this one creation in the photo featured below is somehow can be defined as more than just a treasure box full of luxurious jewelry.

2,000-year-old tree in South Africa called The Tree of Life. The baobab tree.


Some hollowed out trunks have been used to provide shelter to as many as 40 people, it can hold up to 4,500 liters of water, fibers from the bark can be turned into rope and cloth and fresh leaves are often eaten to boost the immune system.

The medicinal properties of the baobab fruit are amazeballs: 3 times as much Vitamin C as an orange, 50% more Calcium than spinach, and it has a plentiful source of antioxidants which are disease-fighting molecules credited with helping reduce the risk of cancer and heart disease.

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