Nilotica Shea: Origins and Traditional Uses

Nilotica Shea: Origins and Traditional Uses

Nilotica shea butter has a rich history deeply embedded in the cultural heritage of East African communities, particularly those situated around the Nile River basin.

Dating back centuries, Nilotica shea butter, derived from the Vitellaria nilotica tree, has been revered for its multifaceted properties, ranging from skincare to culinary and medicinal uses. Its significance transcends mere practicality, often intertwining with spiritual and ceremonial practices of indigenous cultures across the region.

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I had no idea that so much work had to go in to shea butter. Once again you have enlightened me with your product. Thank you for the knowledge

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