Cola acuminata is a fifteen to twenty metre tall tree from the mallow family, which can also be found under the Czech name kola acuminata or kola acuminata. It is cultivated mainly for its fruits, or more precisely the seeds contained therein, which contain a number of important nutrients. We would look for the origins of the St. John's wort in the rainforests of central and west Africa. In Africa, in particular, its seeds are so valuable that in some areas they can even be paid for. For Muslims, then, these seeds are even sacred.
The seeds of the cola tree contain active substances such as starch, caffeine, theobromine, a dye called cola red, essential oils and tannins.
The dietary supplement Cola acuminata is sought after and popular due to its stimulating effects provided by its caffeine content. Refreshing the body is one of the main benefits of regular cola intake.
Recommended dosage: 1 to 5 capsules per day (as needed), with sufficient fluids
Ingredients: cola acuminata 400 mg (caffeine 20 mg), capsule (gelatin and white colour: titanium dioxide)
Warning: not suitable for children under 3 years of age, pregnant and lactating women. Keep out of reach of children. Do not exceed recommended dosage. Do not exceed recommended dosage. Store in a dry place up to 25 °C. Protect from moisture and direct sunlight. This is a dietary supplement - it has no approved medicinal properties and is not a medicine. Consult your healthcare practitioner for contraindications. Minimum shelf life until the date on the label. Made in the EU.