African Mahogany, also known as Khaya senegalensis, is a kind of large deciduous plant that is native to Africa. It is known for its high-quality and durable wood, which is mostly utilized for furniture-making, flooring and cabinetry. The bark, seeds, and leaves of the plant also have traditional medicinal usage like a treatment for malaria, fever, and gastrointestinal disorders. In addition, the plant has ornamental value and is sometimes developed as a landscaping tree. Also, the African Mahogany is known to have a positive effect on the climate, as it is a valuable source of timber in reforestation efforts.