cola nut

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Synonyms for cola nut

bitter brown seed containing caffein

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In the study, Pier Giorgio Righetti and colleagues explained that cola drinks, which are sold at premium prices, purportedly made from natural cola nuts are becoming popular and are sold in many natural food stores.
Iced Panama La Florentina is a medium-bodied coffee with crisp clean acidity combined with flavors of cola nut which highlight the coffee's full rich flavor and a lingering sweetness.
Moody's expects that the economy of Cote d'Ivoire -- which is the world's leading producer of cocoa and cola nuts -- will see medium-term growth above seven per cent, higher than the average for Sub-Saharan countries.
Okonkwo keeps the images of his personal god, the images of his ancestors and worships them with sacrifices of cola nuts, palm-wine and food.
Simon ordered a test straight away and found he was intolerant to cow's milk, yeast, almonds and cola nuts.
Within a few months she and Maurice presented cola nuts to the elders, the traditional preamble to a proposal.
The decision only came after numerous offerings to the divinities of beef, poultry, drinks, cola nuts and animal sacrifices to the ancestors during voodoo ceremonies in the heart of a sacred forest.
They are all found in cola nuts, coffee, tea, and cacao beans as well as other plants.
05 alpha level of significance on the level of use of five selected stimulants (viz; Amphetamine, caffeine, cocaine, cola nuts and tobacco) commonly used and abused among undergraduates and their possible relationship with abusive behaviour among Nigerian undergraduates.
The Centre for International Forestry Research says nine NTFPs, including bush mango, the bark and fruits of Garcinia cola, palm nuts, cola nuts, and the African pear, generated US$1.
We have no idea if it is related to our own RC Cola but this one is made from all-natural ingredients and pure cane sugar, with cola nuts from Ethiopia.
Cola' comes from cola nuts used in it, and `Pepsi' because it was meant to combat dyspepsia.
Gumtech has high hopes for the newly introduced High Gear Energy Gum, which mixes caffeine, guarana and cola nuts in a potent combination designed to keep users awake and alert when they are driving or studying.
But it wasn't until 1898 that his concoction known as "Brad's Drink", a combination of carbonated water, sugar, vanilla, rare oils and cola nuts, was renamed Pepsi Cola.
Of course, as inspector Dean Cook points out while we walk through a spice plant filled to the roof with sacks of cola nuts, black pepper, and oregano, the vast majority of the goods he checks are safe.