Fight depression and keep your mind sharp with Cola Nut Tea
Cola Nut - Cola nitida Ventenat
Used part: Seeds (Powder)
It is the fruit of plants belonging to the genus Cola, from the group of several species of Malvales. The most common varieties of these fruits are obtained from trees from western Indonesia or Africa, such as glue, glue acuminata or glue vera. They are in all 125 species. Gluten-nuts are usually born spontaneously in the hot, humid parts of central and western Africa. The Cola nut also receives other names, such as: Sudan coffee, cola, mukezu, oribi, orobó, obi, orobô and abajá. Its seeds have bitter taste and great stimulating effect, being commonly used in African cultures, individually, in groups, even in rituals and being offered to visitors.
As it contains large amounts of caffeine and theobromine, the seeds are used by many people as substitutes for coffee and cocoa. In the past, cola nut was used for the manufacture of cola drinks and was then replaced with artificial flavorings to reduce production costs. There are still some exceptions that continue to be produced with seeds, such as Red Cola, Harboe Original Taste Cola and Cricket Cola (produced with cola and green tea). The use of gluten-free almonds spread in the northern region of Latin America because black slaves chewed glue to withstand forced labor and were taken to other countries for agroindustrial purposes.
Due to the large amount of caffeine, it has stimulating action and regularizes the blood circulation. It also has invigorating tonic effect, stimulating the nervous system and muscles, as well as being powerful sexual and mental stimulant, acting in cases of depression and melancholy! It is antidiarrheal, it can be used in cases of anemia, migraines, stomach problems, convalescence of serious diseases and especially in heart problems.
Good Herbal Remedy:
- Powerful sexual stimulant
- Mental stimulant
- Tonic effect
- Heart diseases
- Stomach problems
Mix 1 teaspoon of powder with coffee, tea, or hot chocolate, gives a little more energy.
How to drink:
Consume two spoons daily.
Keep in mind that natural products are not always necessarily safe, and dosages can be important. Be sure to follow relevant directions on product labels and consult your pharmacist or physician or other healthcare professional before using. It should be avoided during pregnancy and breastfeeding.