Bitter kola is a strong traditional medicine used to cure so many diseases, infections and sicknesses in Africa today.
It is said that the best of medicines come with a bitter taste: Undeniably, bitter kola is one of them.
Reasons To Eat More Of Bitter Kola
1. It improve sexual impotence
2.. it relieve cough
3. It improve the function of the lungs
4. It is also an anti malaria agent
5. Remedy for osteoarthritis
6. Bitter kola is an antidote of poison
7. It helps in bronchial and throat troubles
8. It helps in the treatment of infectious diseases, such as hepatitis, infections due to the influenza virus and other viral diseases.
9. Bitter Kola also helps in the treatment of glaucoma.
10. It helps the body to increase its immunity level.
Bitter Kola was eaten mostly by the elderly people because of their belief that it could prolong life.
The most valued product of the tree is the seeds that are commonly chewed by both rural and urban populations of the African region to avoid and treat gastric problems.
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