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Bissy Tee "Kola Nuss - cola nut", 24 Beutel, 48 g, reduziert November 2020

Verfügbarkeit: Auf Lager

Nur noch 1 auf Lager

Special Price 2,99 €

Regulärer Preis: 3,90 €

inkl. Mwst zzgl. Versandkosten
100 Gramm (g) = 6,23 €


Bissy (Kola Nuss, kola nut) Gesundheits-Tee aus der Karibik!


Bissy-Tee von der Kola Nuss (kola nut) ist ein weiterer Gesundheits-Buschtee aus Jamaika und der Karibik. Ähnlich wie der Cerassie Tee.

Zitat von lovetoknow.com:
"Bissy, also called kola nut, is the fruit of the Kola tree, which is an evergreen native to Africa. Kola nuts are the same caffeinated ingredient that launched Coca-Cola's original recipe in the late 19th century. They are still used to flavor some foods and beverages today. Although bissy is not well-studied in humans, it is a popular folk remedy.

Health Benefits:
Most evidence supporting bissy as an effective natural remedy is anecdotal. According to "A Study on the Medicinal Usage of Flora and Fauna," written by Jeffrey Santos for the University of Belize, bissy is primarily used to treat food poisoning, food allergies, infection, diarrhea, and fever. It's also used to treat other health conditions.

Chikgungunya is a virus spread by mosquitos. At one time, chikgungunya was only seen in Africa, Asia, and Europe. In 2013, the virus made its way to the Caribbean islands. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, chikgungunya may cause:

  • Fever
  • Joint pain and swelling
  • Headache
  • Muscle pain

There is no vaccine or mainstream medicinal drug to treat chigungunya. Many people with the condition turn to bissy tea for symptom relief.

According to a 2014 study, bissy may have anticancer and chemopreventive abilities against some breast and prostate cancers. More research is needed before bissy can be confirmed as a cancer treatment. Some research is ongoing to explore bissy's effectiveness against other cancer cell lines.

Bissy contains caffeine and is used as a stimulant to keep you alert and induce a sense of well-being. It's also used to boost your metabolism to help increase weight loss. Bissy can be found in some stimulant weight loss supplements. A 2002 study on an herbal supplement that included ephedra and kola nut was found to increase weight loss, decrease fat, and improve blood lipids. No adverse side effects were reported. Still, the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) banned ephedra supplements in 2004.

According to the National Center for Complementary and Integrative Health, the FDA ephedra ban does not include herbal remedies or herbal teas. As a result, there may still be products on the market that contain both ephedra and bissy. You should not use them unless under the supervision of your doctor or a qualified natural medicine practitioner.

How to Use:
You can make bissy tea from bissy (kola) nuts or bissy powder. To make, grate the nuts, and pour 1/2 cup of hot water over one tablespoon of grated or ground nuts. You may sweeten the tea with honey or sugar. Some people add ginger or mint. Enjoy the tea hot or cold. You can also use pre-made bissy tea bags."

1 Packung Bissy Tee, 24 Beutel, 48 g

Reduzierter Preis, da Mindesthaltbarkeit bis November 2020. Der Tee ist aber auch danach noch lange ganz normal genießbar, u.a. da er kühl gelagert wird.


Artikelnummer JAM-01580-red-Nov20
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