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What Pygeum herb Is:

Some call this tree African cherry because it grows mostly in central Africa and on the off-coast island of Madagascar and is closely related to the cherry tree. Like the cherry, It's a member of the rose family. Pygeum sports small cherrylike berries, but they're very bitter. That's okay, though, because the fruit of this tree isn't what you're after. For health purposes, you want the bark. So many people want it, in fact, that pygeum has become an endangered species in parts of Africa. When you rip off to much bark, you kill the tree. Fortunately, thanks to the Agroforestry Center in Nige-ria, farmers in several African nations are being taught how to grow pygeum as a "living fence post tree," harvesting the bark judiciously and renewably, rather than rashly and destructively.

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