Marula fruit makes more than just the liqueur which made it famous

From the bark to the leaves, this ancient fruit can be used as a coffee substitute, for cosmetics, and it even has medicinal properties

10 March 2019 - 00:00

From the bark to the leaves, this ancient fruit can be used as a coffee substitute, for cosmetics, and it even has medicinal properties

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