Discovering Rare Herbs & Plants of Africa

Embark on a botanical journey through the heart of Africa. Uncover the hidden treasures of rare herbs and plants that have thrived in this enchanting land for centuries. Join us as we explore the vibrant biodiversity of Mother Africa.

Tabernanthe Iboga farms in West Africa

Promoting the Use of Natural Wood Away from Plastic Pollution:

Say goodbye to plastic pollution and embrace the elegance of natural wood. Discover how we're championing the use of sustainable timber from Africa, bringing you eco-friendly alternatives that contribute to a cleaner, greener world.

Griffonian Simplicifolia from Ghana

Nourish and Heal Bodies with Healthy-Potent Spices & Herbs from Mother Africa

Mother Africa's rich tapestry of spices and herbs holds the key to nourishing and healing our bodies. Dive into the world of potent, natural flavours and health benefits as we unlock the secrets of these culinary wonders.

Baobab & Moringa Transforming Rural Women's Lives in Africa

Who Are We?

African Botanic Ltd., headquartered in the United Kingdom, is on a rapid growth trajectory with the aim of becoming the foremost supplier of pristine, raw, natural commodities derived from Mother Nature herself.

Our portfolio includes rare wild herbs, seeds, spices, timber, and various other invaluable resources. We diligently source these treasures from diverse regions such as Angola, the Democratic Republic of Congo, South Africa, and the majestic mountains of Ethiopia and Eritrea.

What sets us apart is our unwavering commitment to preserving the delicate balance of Mother Nature. We take a proactive approach to safeguarding the environment by replanting each plant, tree, or herb we harvest a hundredfold, thus mitigating deforestation and ensuring a sustainable future for our planet.

In addition to our environmental stewardship, African Botanic Ltd. proudly contributes to the well-being of local communities across Africa. We actively foster economic growth by providing employment opportunities to local farmers and processors, thereby enhancing the livelihoods of those who call these regions home.

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