Cola Nidita or Cola Nut did not only find its way into the softdrink “Cola”. It has been in use for over hundreds or even thousands of years on the African continent. Apart from its leaves, other parts of the plant were used for a variety of purposes. Its roots, for instance were used as an early form of tooth paste.
Physical stimulation, sharpened senses and the desire to engage in conversations. Along with its stimulating properties, it can also prove useful against diarrhea, nausea and hangover effects from alcohol or other drugs.
Mix with milk and/or coffee.
- Light – 1 teaspoon
- Medium – 2 teaspoons
- Strong – 3 teaspoons
Cola Nitida, Caffeine
When taken frequently, cola nut can cause similar side effects to coffee, because of its high caffeine content.