She's saying that the Yellow Shea Butter (Vitellaria paradoxa', also classified as Butyrospermum parkii and B. paradoxa
) is from a completely different plant (Pentadesma Butyracea
) that grows in the middle of the forest where there is moisture, and is really called African Butter
She said that in places where African Butter is popular, some of the businessmen are dying the White Shea Butter yellow. That's probably done with palm oil, maybe other ingredients are used to get these results as well.