Combretum micranthum, kinkéliba, also called quinqueliba or "long-life herbal tea" is a bushy and bushy shrub from West Africa, particularly widespread in Senegal, Niger, Mali and throughout the Sahel.
In 1937, kinkeliba was registered in the pharmacopoeia.
It is the antipyretic properties of the leaves that have made kinkeliba famous, especially in cases of various feverish states. passionflower in herbal medicine.
In case of gastrointestinal problems, colic, vomiting and constipation, kinkeliba can be effective because of its diuretic, cholagogue, emetic, hepatic and digestive properties.
With its action on the hepatic sphere, kinkeliba is also used against diabetes in some African countries.
Enjoy the sweet and slightly tannic infusion of kinkéliba, preferably at breakfast, then throughout the day to take full advantage of its benefits.