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Honeybush (scientific name Cyclopia spp.; Family: Fabaceae), or 'Heuningbos' in Afrikaans, is commonly used to make an infusion in the same manner as tea. It grows only in a small area in the southwest of South Africa in the Langkloof and shares many similarities with rooibos.There are 23 species of honeybush tea found in the wild, of which mainly 4 are used for commercial use.

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Crop Profile of Griffonia simplicifolia
GHANA - Griffonia simplicifolia plant is found principally in the West African countries of Ghana, Ivory Coast and Togo. [agriculture; 19 Nov '07]
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GHANA - Success begets success. One person living this maxim to the max is Mrs Evelyn Thysse, 54 of the Haarlem Honeybush Tea Association [newsletters; 25 Oct '07]
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GHANA - ASNAPP with support from EDIF has established a Natural Plant Product Library at ASNAPP’s Premises [agriculture; 12 Oct '07]

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GHANA - Voacanga Africana is an evergreen shrub native to Western Africa, specifically Ghana and Ivory Coast. The plant is widely distributed over the secondary forest and transitional zones. [technical reports; 19 Nov '07]
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