Coffea


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Related to Coffea: Coffea canephora, Coffea arabica

Coffea

Homeopathy
A minor homeopathic remedy produced from Coffea arabica, which is used for mental hyperactivity resulting in insomnia and fatigue; it is also used to treat increased pain sensitivity in toothaches or childbirth.
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Coeden fechan, tua 2 i 8m o daldra, ydi Coffea arabica, hefo canghennau llorweddol, nodweddiadol, er fel arfer mewn planhigfeydd mae'n gael ei thocio i wneud llwyn bach.
These impressive results were due to Coffea arabica's ability to increase production of collagen and elastin and to protect against the loss of moisture.
Microbial diversity during maturation and natural processing of coffee cherries of Coffea arabica in Brazil.
THIGH ROLLER: Crawford; COFFEE CAT: Civets love coffea beans
Argocoffeopsis Lebrun (Robbrecht, 1981b: 6/(8)7; Chinnappa & Warner, 1981: 5/(8)7, as Coffea spp.
Coffee: seeds of Coffea arabica with caffeine as active ingredient
Coffea arabica originated in the Ethiopian highlands, where the raw, unroasted beans were masticated and the leaves brewed like tea by the locals.
Coffea - Sleeplessness with physical restlessness and a feeling you cannot switch your mind off.
Tea and cranberry juice are known to have this antiadhesive effect, so Italian researchers analyzed green and roasted versions of Coffea arabica and Coffea robusta, commercial coffee samples, and caffeine and other coffee components.
The homeopathic remedy, Coffea 30c, is helpful for children.
Homeopathic: Take coffea cruda at bedtime or if you wake in the early hours.