The Strenght of the Baobab

What is...OB Drink?

What is...OB Drink?


OB Drink Baobab pulp is rich in potassium and contributes to maintain our system in good health, and is very  important to those who  consume coffee, alcohol and foods rich in sodium.

6x vitamin C intake of an Orange.

6x antioxidant levels of a handful of blueberries

6x the potassium intake of a banana

2x the calcium of a cup of milk

The following data are calculated according to a consumption of 36 g of Baobab pulp.

Where does the Baobab come from?

The Baobab pulp is natually dehydrated in the fruit while still attatched to the tree. Once the fruit has fallen, it is parted and the pulp of the fruit is separated from the seeds and sifted into a very fine powder. This powder is raw and unconverted. During this process, none of the nutrients are lost and the powder remains in its natural form, as if you had picked it yourself.

Baobab ''monkey bread''

Botanical Name: Adansonia Digitata

Origin: Sénégal (West Africa)

Color and Texture: thin offwhite powder

Product Utility:

In traditional African medicine, baobab is used, among other things, to treat dysentery, reduce fever, relieve intestinal pain, improve the health of the immune and digestive systems, and combat liver disease. Clinical research confirms these home remedies.

The Baobab powder is loaded with natural fibers, vitamin A, B2, B6, C, iron, potassium, calcium and magnesium. It naturally contains Omega 3, 6, and 9. Its taste is slightly tart and sweet. In addition, the baobab powder contains many antioxidants such as ascorbic, citric, tartaric, malic and succinic acids. It also offers vital protection against free radicals. In addition to being rich in nutrients and essential minerals, it is an excellent source of fiber that helps in digestion.