African cherry

makore, African cherry, cherry mahogany

A moderately hard, heavy wood of West Africa, pinkish to red-brown in color; resembles mahogany and American cherry; used for cabinets, flooring, and plywood.
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[UKPRwire, Sat Aug 10 2019] Pygeum Bark Extract Market Introduction: Pygeum bark extract is extracted from Pygeum africanum an African cherry tree, which is an evergreen tree found at higher altitudes across Africa.
Request TOC of this Report- https://www.factmr.com/connectus/sample?flag=T&rep_id=1286 Pygeum bark extract is extracted from Pygeum africanum an African cherry tree, which is an evergreen tree found at higher altitudes across Africa.
Among plants with enormous antiprostate cancer potential is Prunus africana (African cherry), which belongs to the plant family Rosaceae.
Cameroonians collect African cherry bark for export to European pharmaceutical companies.
African cherry or maybe East Indian rosewood, crackling
Flanking the fireplace are low, 12-inch-deep cabinets made of makore (African cherry) and walls painted in a khaki color.
Wilton carpet, African cherry wood and Connolly hide set the standard for Rover interiors which is maintained to this day.
For centuries, the bark of the African Cherry has been used by traditional healers to treat infections and fever, as well as urinary problems.
Engle said the term is probably a fourth or fifth choice name for the wood, similar to calling makore "African cherry."
Its interior of African cherry wood on the dashboard, Wilton carpets and leather seats, made the car a solid choice for government ministers and business leaders, reflecting a very reliable but unflashy image.
africana trees, which are commonly known as the African cherry tree or the red stinkwood, in Cameroon, Kenya, Madagascar, Uganda and Zaire.
[USPRwire, Wed Jul 31 2019] Pygeum Bark Extract Market Introduction: Pygeum bark extract is extracted from Pygeum africanum an African cherry tree, which is an evergreen tree found at higher altitudes across Africa.

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