Health Benefit of Bitter kola, eat one today and keep your body away from this disease

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In Africa, bitter Kola is one of the most healthy fruit, as the name implies, it is very bitter and this makes most people don’t like it.

Bitter kola contains caffeine and it has the best medicinal values especially when eaten fresh. According to experts, the bitter kola when dry losses its bitter taste and smell like nutmeg.

History has it that bitter kola is used in making Coca-Cola and other cola drinks, so you might have a closer relationship with bitter kola than you might know if you like taken soft drinks.

Against Diabetes: Type 2 Diabetes is a chronic condition that affects the way the body processes blood sugar (glucose). Also, the body either doesn’t produce enough insulin, or it resists insulin.

The following symptoms include increased thirst, frequent urination, and hunger.

According to early studies, kolaviron, a chemical present in bitter kola, might protect patients of Type 2 Diabetes against hypoglycemia. Even though this study was carried out on rats, we can hope that when replicated on humans, the result will be the same and a break will be discovered for people living with Type 2 Diabetes.

Bitter Kola also Fights Infections: this has been used as a remedy to treat infections such as the flu and hepatitis. According to a recent study in 2018, bitter kola helps to treat bacterial infections, viral infections, and coughs.

Bitter kola also cures mouth odour and helps in the treatment of pile, ooh don’t be amazed

Bitter Kola also Boosts the Immune System

Several parts of the plant such as the stem and roots help prevent some bacterial infections targeting the body system and it also Boosts Metabolism in the body.

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