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The oliferous fruit tree Safou Dacryodes edulis, also known as native pear, butter fruit, Ube and Eleme, African Pear, or African Plum, is found in humid equatorial and tropical areas.

Amazing health advantages of the African pear abound. Most often, it is consumed with roasted or boiled corn.

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Evergreen perennial trees in the Buseraseae family include the African Pear seedling and other Dacryodes species. The Safou Dacryodes edulis fruit tree grows in humid equatorial and tropical settings and is also known as the native pear, butter fruit, Ube and Eleme, African Pear, or African Plum. The plant is native to the Gulf of Guinea and central Africa, and it has spread to almost every part of the continent’s western coast.

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Ashes (10.8%), fiber (17.9%), oil (31.9%), protein (25.9%), energy (444.7 kcal/100 g), carbohydrate (13.5%), and moisture content (12.04%) are all present in the edible pulp, which is also very nutrient-dense.
African The humid tropics are where pear seedlings develop.
The leaves are pinnate and have leaflets that are between 3 and 4 cm by 2-3 cm in size. The bark is thin.
Pollen storage is required since the plant is dioecious and the female plants do not flower at the same time.
The plant bears fruit about 5 to 6 years after planting and blooms from May to October (Dalziel, 1987).
Initially orange to red in color, the immature fruits grow to a blue-purple hue.
The fruit is made up of a big seed and a thin mesocarp.

Benefits of African Pear Seedling for Nutrition
African pear seedlings develop into trees that bear fruits rich in vitamins and minerals and are essential for regulating blood sugar levels. It prevents the spike in blood sugar levels that leads to diabetes.
Second, because it contains natural folic acid, it is a superfruit for pregnant women. Bush pears’ folic acid content helps to avoid deficits in a baby’s brain and spinal cord.
prevent cancer. The pears are regarded as fruits that are least prone to induce allergy responses in people, or hypoallergenic fruits.
The African pear is also rich in calcium and phosphorus, two nutrients that are mostly found in our body’s bones and teeth.


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