article By now you’ve probably heard of the world’s most expensive coca plant.
But there’s another coca crop that’s so far been only available in China, and it’s called medicinal tea.
In fact, there are only a handful of other countries in the world that use coca leaf extract for medicinal purposes.
And while coca extracts can be pricey, they can be surprisingly effective at reducing symptoms of chronic conditions like fibromyalgia and depression.
So what’s the difference between medicinal and herbal coca leaves?
What’s the science behind their effects?
And why is coca a particularly popular ingredient in the medicinal community?
This story originally appeared on Fortune.com.
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It’s a tree native to South America, and is often grown as a spice, or as a sweetener.
The leaves are harvested for their resin, or a viscous substance that can be used as a natural moisturizer, and as a stimulant for the body.
Cocoa has also been used to treat asthma, epilepsy, and other chronic health conditions.
In fact, coca has been used in traditional medicine for thousands of years, as a remedy for ailments ranging from skin problems to stomach ulcers, according to a new book by the University of Toronto’s Dr. Robert S. Lantz.
So why did the ancient people go into such extreme lengths to develop the most potent medicine available?
To answer this question, Dr. Lopeso and his team of researchers set out to study the relationship between coca and medicinal effects.
Their study involved analyzing data from nearly 100 people who took part in the World Health Organization’s International Health Program Trials on the efficacy of coca extract on the management of fibromyalgic disorders, asthma, depression, and fibromyasmus, a condition that can lead to back pain, nausea, and muscle pain.
The researchers collected data on patients’ health status over a two-year period and collected blood samples from them.
They then compared the results with patients’ baseline symptoms and the data collected from previous studies, and their results showed a statistically significant reduction in symptoms of fibromysis.
The data also showed that the reduction in fibromyiasmus symptoms was correlated with a decrease in symptoms in the people who had taken the highest amount of cocacabas, the most powerful extract of cocapine.
The researchers then conducted further tests to determine the exact amount of active ingredient in each extract.
The results showed that coca was the most effective at lowering symptoms of fatigue, pain, and stiffness, as well as a reduction in pain and anxiety.
The study also found that cocacavones, a type of the medicinal coca that is also used in tea, also had significant positive effects.
This is because coca is a component of the plant’s active ingredients, which are alkaloids and other compounds that help to improve blood flow, the researchers said.
Coca extract can be found in herbal teas as well, including a herbal tea made from a variety of cocayucas, like coca khat, and in other extracts like cocao nectar.
In addition, there is also a wide variety of different extracts of cocaca, which can range from tea to coffee, cocoa to chocolate, and more.
In the study, the participants who took coca oil or coca flower oil for the most part had a lower frequency of fibrocarpal tunnel syndrome, a chronic back pain condition that affects about one in four Americans, and that can also cause back pain and back pain-related stiffness, the authors said.
These fibromyysis conditions are typically caused by a deficiency in certain minerals that have been identified in coca or its derivatives.
To combat these problems, scientists have been looking for other compounds in cocapain that are able to increase mineral absorption.
This, in turn, helps to relieve the symptoms of these chronic conditions.
The effects of coccao oil and coca flowers were also shown to be correlated with an increase in muscle strength.
This suggests that cocapaine can improve muscle function, especially when taken together with other amino acids, the study said.
For those with chronic fibromyies, the increased strength may also have been beneficial, because it helps to alleviate pain, according the researchers.
Cocapaine was also found to have effects on the central nervous system.
The study found that people who were taking coca-derived coca were less likely to experience cognitive impairment or dementia.
Dr. Loesso said the results showed the importance of researching the medicinal benefits of cocas, and said the findings could inform how to develop new therapeutic compounds.
Coco tea has been a popular beverage in China for over a century.
It’s popular in many countries because it’s relatively inexpensive and is easy to prepare.
In the United States, however, it is more expensive, so you might want to start looking for ways to cut