BETEL NUT – mild natural stimulant

The betel nut is slightly larger than a chestnut, have a faint odor when broken open and a somewhat acrid taste.

It is one of the world’s most popular plants, yet few Western people have ever heard of it.

It is fruit of a graceful palm that is by itself an amazing feat of nature.
An adult betel palm grows to 100 ft with a trunk that is no more than 6-7 inches in diameter.
One betel palm produces about 250 seeds or nuts per year and millions of these trees are under cultivation.
Betel nut has been used extensively as a mild stimulant since antiquity.
It also uses in Ayurveda as an aid for phobias and nervousness.

People chew betel nut  as supplement for stress reduction, feelings of well-being, and heightened awareness.

Betel nut- natural stimulantThe leaf is converted into paper for rolling tobacco and herbs.
Side effects are noticed when consumed excessively.
Regular use of betel nut, in time, stains the mouth, gums, and teeth a deep red.
Asain betel chewers, however, are quite proud of these stains. Constant use of betel nut may cause other unpleasant side effects.
Betel leaves also are used as a stimulant suppliment, an antiseptic and a breath-freshener.
Please check with your doctor before starting to use BETEL NUT, if you are on any medication.

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