What is another word for Genus Irvingia?

Pronunciation: [d͡ʒˈɛnəs ɜːvˈɪŋɡi͡ə] (IPA)

The genus Irvingia is commonly known as African mango. Other synonyms for this genus include Irvingia gabonensis, Irvingia wombolu, Irvingia excelsa, Irvingia malayana, and Irvingia smithii. These species of trees are native to Africa and are known for their delicious, fibrous fruit that is used in traditional cuisine. The oil extracted from the seeds of Irvingia are used in cosmetics and soap-making. Irvingia species are also used in herbal medicine for their supposed anti-inflammatory, antioxidant, and weight-loss properties. Despite the potential benefits of these trees, deforestation and over-harvesting have threatened their populations in some areas.

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