Followers recognize it has an invigorating emollient and nourishing value widely used in cosmetics, for care provided to the hair directly or in the composition of soaps or shampoo.
In the bark, seeds and gum of Touloucouna, we find all the active ingredients of the plant. We have bitter triterpenes, vitamin A, natural antioxidants, including seven limonoids, and unsaturated essential fatty acids like omega 6
It is an oil rich in unsaturated fatty acids
It relaxes sore muscles, but also heals all the joint problems that result from it.
It is a remedy for skin problems, it treats eczema and psoriasis, as well as burns and itch.
It is a repellent against lice, but also against insect bites.
It is an anti-plasmodia (malaria).
It is an anti inflammatory.