The “False Iroko” tree shows promise in treating certain nervous disorders

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(Natural News) A study, published in the European Journal of Medicinal Plants, has uncovered the potential of the “False Iroko” tree (Antiaris africana) as a treatment for nervous disorders. Traditionally, the A. africana is used in Nigeria to treat mental and nervous disorders. Previous studies have established the neuroprotective properties crude extracts from A. africana. What this…

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