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Health Benefits of Bitter Kola (Cola)

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Garcinia kola or, in simple terms, the bitter tail that is native to West and Central Africa. Indicating the importance of this second largest continent, it generates many healing wonders for us.

Garcinia kola belongs to the plant species with tropical flowers. It produces brown seeds, much like nuts, much like beans.
Some advantages include:

  • The lungs, the internal organs carry one of the most important functions of the body. It helps us to breathe.
  • The amount of regular consumption of the seed contributes to the strengthening of the fibers and the lung tissue and stabilizes the opposite effects.
  • In addition, it helps to maintain a good airway and to treat colds. It has a high content of antioxidants, which are favorable for a healthy body.
    So, if you are a smoker or even a passive smoker, this is definitely the “cure”.
  • Malaria Treatment
    Kolaviron is an antioxidant and anti-inflammatory phytochemical. Kolavirone is a major component of Garcinia seed, which contributes to the treatment of malaria.

No wonder, traditional healers recommend this for an easy and free treatment, directly from Mother Nature.

 

There are no definite side effects of this natural plant. But any excessive or wrong proportion can show its bad side. On some occasions it has been found that the consumption of bitter cola has side effects.

Irregular heart rhythm
Some bodies may simply be allergic to the plant and develop certain reactions. In such cases, it is advisable to consult a doctor and stop.
Now we know that bitter Kola is not really bitter and has a sweet side that is healthy for us.

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