2 COLA / KOLA NUT seeds (Cola acuminata)
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Kola, cola nut or Cola acuminata is an exotic plant of the Malvaceae family.
It is a shrub of a few meters in height of the same family as the cocoa tree.
The kola tree grows mainly in central Africa.
Kola nuts are known mainly as being used for the manufacture of Coca-Cola.
Cola nut has stimulating properties like that of coffee.
Cola acuminata seeds have antidepressant properties, facilitate digestion and especially have aphrodisiac properties.
In particular, the species Cola acuminata and Cola nitida are used.
Cola nut has a bitter taste due to its high content of caffeine such as guarana or Paraguayan tea.
Sowing of Cola nut seeds:
Start by germinating your kola nut seeds in sphagnum previously moistened at a temperature close to 35 ° C.
Germination takes about 2 to 3 weeks.
Then, once germinated, plant your seeds of Cola acuminata in peat pots covering only half of the seeds.
Sprinkle copiously and leave your pots in a greenhouse until the appearance of the stem.
Do not consume without medical advice
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