Alomo Bitters Health Facts | Side Effects (All you need to know)

Alomo Bitters is an Alcoholic Herbal Drink made by Kasapreko Ltd in Ghana, It was formulated by Dr. Kwabena Adjei who started the company in 1989. 

It is classified as a type digestive bitters (Nutritional Bitters) infused in liquor and also an aphrodisiac to enhance sexual performance and virility, it is termed the natural viagra as many people swear by it even celebrities

Without a doubt, AlomoBitters Herbal Drink is extremely popular in Nigeria, Togo, Ivory Coast, and South Africa. With a growth of  56% in sales in two years since the herbal drink was launched in Nigeria back then in 2010.

Mr. John Adesoye, The Nigerian Sales Representative in a Kasapreko Company Limited Annual Report claimed that 558,0000 Cartons of Alomo Bitter where sold in Nigeria alone in the year 2018, That’s 13,920,000 Bottles (14 Million bottles), woah who are the consumers!!!

This stats buttress the fact of its efficacy as users claim in diverse health conditions:

  1. Body Cleansing
  2. Erectile Dysfunction 
  3. diabetes
  4. weight loss
  5. Heartburns
  6. Anti-Malarial


Nutritional Benefits of Alomo Bitters Per Dosage


Though an Herbal Drink without a defined dosage, Alomo Bitters Nutritional Benefits has been medically certified by:

  1. National Authority for Food and Drugs Administration and Control (NAFDAC) in Nigeria
  2. Ghana Food and Drugs Board (FDB) and also the
  3. Ghana Standard Authority (GSA)

 

Alomo Bitters Dosage A Serving Size – 28 g (1oz)

  • Calories – 78
      1. Calories from Fat – 0
  • Total Fat – 0 g (0% of DV)
      1. Saturated Fat – 0 g (0% of DV)
      2. Polyunsaturated Fat – 0 g (0% of DV)
      3. Monounsaturated Fat (0% of DV)
  • Cholesterol – 0 mg (0% of DV)
  • Sodium – 0.3 mg (0% of DV)
  • Potassium – 0.6 mg (0% of DV)
  • Total Carbohydrates – 2.1 g (1% of DV)
      1. Dietary Fibre – 0 g
      2. Sugar – 2.1 g
  • Protein – 0 g
  • Vitamins and Minerals
    1. Vitamin A – 0%
    2. Vitamin C – 0%
    3. Calcium – 0%
    4. Iron – 0.1 %

 

Alomo Bitters ingredient (Learn to Make your Own Herbal Drink)

Kasapreko Alomo Bitters Ingredients are all infused in alcohol to bring out the Nutritional Benefits which are derived from closely guarded ingredient gotten from African native roots, Chinese and Indonesian tropical plant extracts. Some of the ingredients which we found that makes up this herbal liquor are:-

  1. Bitter orange peel (Citrus aurantium)
    Citrus aurantium is sourced from bitter orange varieties. It is mainly used in herbal drinks to add citrusy flavor to traditional beers. It is rich in Birgarade an Herbal Appetite Depressants and effective curative for constipation and bloating. You can buy this 500 mg of  processed bitter orange peels online here 
  2. Cassia
    Cassia cinnamon is also known as Chinese Cassia. It is a delicious healthy spice that is very potent in lowering blood sugar level, reducing heart disease and contains cinnamaldehyde which fights against bacteria and fungi.
    Research has shown that Cassia Cinnamon found in Alomo Bitters has shown is used for treating diabetes, heart disease, high cholesterol, and even HIV.
    It is called an astringent, anti-emetic, carminative, febrifuge, emmenagogue and an anti-galactagogue herbal spice.
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  3. Cascarilla
    Cascarilla Bark is very medicinal, it is popularly used in digestive teas to clean and promote liver health and cancer prevention. the bark’s essential oil is antimicrobial and often used to improve digestion and stop diarrhea. Cascarilla is commercially available to buy online.
  4. Quinine from Cinchona bark
    If you have been bedridden because of malaria, then you should know a little about quinine. Quinine is an old anti-malarial drug, gotten from the bark of cinchona, This where the Alomo Bitters got it anti-malarial properties from.  Quinine in Alomo is known to poses a health risk to pregnant women.
  5. Angostura Bitters Flavor
    It is a Spicy bitter root flavor based on the original  Angostura Aromatic Bitters in Trinidad and Tobago. It has a hint of clove and cinnamon. It is popularly used to balance flavor in most cocktails and in preparing many herbal Drinks. You can get Angostura Bitter from amazon here

  6. Peychaud’s Bitters derives primarily from Gentian rhizome
    Just like Angostura, Peychaud’s Bitters is a signature to many cocktails, it belongs to the broader category of aromatic bitters. it s was formulated by Antoine Amédée Peychaud in 1830,  and is used by Kasapreko to enhance the taste of Alomo Bitters. 5 Ounces of Peychaud cost less than 15 bucks
  7. Angelica root
    Angelica Archangelica the botanical name for Angelica Root is an ingredient is a digestive herb, it is an excellent tonic and a carminative that why the angelica tea is very popular.
    Garden angelica another name for Angelica Root is good in settling a nervous stomach, calming tension and solving other digestive issues. Here is (100% PURE & NATURAL – UNDILUTED) Therapeutic Grade – Huge 1oz Bottle – Perfect for Aromatherapy, Relaxation and Skin Therapy
  8. Yarrow flowers ( Achillea millefolium)
    Yarrow flowers is well known for its astringent properties. It is a styptic herb that contains alkaloid achilleine that helps stops bleeding and healing wounds.
    It also helps in lessening heavy menstrual flow in women. Alomo bitters contain a considerable amount of yarrow flowers which makes it antispasmodic and anti-inflammatory. Buy Pure Achillea millefolium here on amazon
  9. Blessed thistle leaves
    Cnicus Benedictus, another name for Blessed Thistle leaves are rich in tannins a naturally occurring astringent (polyphenolic biomolecules) found in plants that help in fighting indigestion, cold, bacterial infections from boils, wounds and a diuretic for ulcer patients.  Get Blessed Thistle Alcohol-FREE Liquid Extract here
  10. Goldenseal rhizome
    Goldenseal rhizome also known as Hydrastis Canadensis is a popular herb renowned for its anti-bacterial properties for fighting skin infection and boosting the immune systems this natural diuretic is found in most HIV drugs and skincare products. This is the ingredient in Alomo bitters that cause you to urinate frequently after intake or if in excess cause you to vomit or experience muscle spasms. Herb Pharms Goldenseal Extract tailored to support respiratory and Boost Our Immune System
  11. Wormwood leaves (Artemisia absinthium)
    Kasapreko Alomo bitters is enriched with wormwood oil which is very medicinal in the treatment of many digestive problems, such as stomach upset, loss of appetite liver disease and worm infections, it is considered an aphrodisiac with many claims of its potency in increasing sexual desire and stimulating imaginations. Here is Herb Pharm Certified Organic Wormwood Liquid Extract for Digestive System Support

Alomo Bitters Alcohol Percentage 

Alomo bitters have an alcohol content of 42% Alc. Vol. It is a 42 percent alcohol by volume (ABV) Infused Herbal Drinks which comes in a 750ml big bottle, 200ml small bottle, and a 30ml sachet 

How to differentiate between Original and Fake Alomo bitters

Recently the market has been flooded with counterfeit and adulterated anti-malaria herbal drinks, with the National Agency for Food and Drug Administration and Control (NAFDAC)  confiscating many cartons of fake Alomo Bitters in Nigeria. 

So in an Anti-Counterfeiting effort,  Kasaperko has made it easy for consumers to distinguish between the fake and original Alomo Bitters.

This rebranding strides lead to the introduction of hologram seal around the caps.
This is a silver-like shining seal which is similar to that found on the non-polymer Naira notes on the cap for the Alomo Bitters for easy authentication

 

Other African Authentic Herbal Bitters

These are some alternative to alomo bitter authentic herbal drinks

  1. Ruzu Herbal Bitters
  2. Yoyo Bitters
  3. Action Bitters
  4. Alafia Bitters
  5. Adonko Bitters
  6. Tombo Bitters
  7. Eromo Bitters
  8. Angostura Bitters
  9. Agbara Bitters
  10. Baby Oku Bitters
  11. Opa Eyin
  12. Scoogies 
  13. Monkey Shoulder
  14. Agya Appiah Bitters
  15. Ibile
  16. Orijin Bitters

 

Alomo Bitters: Alcohol Or Medicine?

There are many benefits of taking alomo bitters, consumers usually says it cures waist pain and it helps in cleansing the system, but after a lot of sampled opinions, Alomo Bitters is best as (in the cases of ):-

  1. Cleanser 
  2. Blood purifier
  3. Sugar and appetite control
  4. Vigour
  5. Detoxifier
  6. Indigestion
  7. Anti-infective
  8. Stomach ache
  9. Improve libido
  10. Constipation
  11. Rejuvenation
  12. To flatten tommy
  13. Appetite stimulant
  14. Weight loss
  15. Stress relief
  16. Analgesic
  17. Soothe insect bite 
  18. Rashes
  19. Toothache
  20. Dysmenorrhea 
  21. liver protectant

 

Side Effects of Alomo Bitters


While it can not be said that Alomo bitters is wholly a medicinal drink with benefits, it can not be said also that this is harmful to the health.  There are some symptoms your might feeling when taking this herbal drink which includes an increase in symptoms of Anemia, Increased Risks of Cancer and Stroke, Liver Disease, Fertility Issues, and Mental Illnesses. Other include:-

  1. Dizziness
  2. Loss of taste 
  3. Nausea and vomiting
  4. Epigastric pain
  5. General weakness
  6. Diarrhea
  7. Excessive thirst
  8. Ocular pain
  9. Headache
  10. Numbness (hands &feet)
  11. Stomach ache
  12. Swelling of body parts
  13. Rashes
  14. Joint pain
  15. Menstrual irregularity
  16. harmful uterine contractions, miscarriage, or premature labor.

 

 

Frequently Asked Questions about Alomo Bitters

  1. is alomo bitters good for the body
    Therapeutically, Alomo Bitter is very good for the body, it helps clean the body system, reduce sugar level in the blood and help fight malaria.
  2. Does Alomo bitters contain sugar?
    Alomo bitters do not contain sugar, rather it contains antioxidants and glycosides, that helps in reducing sugar level in the blood, which makes it good for diabetic patients.
  3. is Alomo bitters good for a pregnant woman?
    Alomo bitters is not good for pregnant women. Alomo Bitters and pregnancy are at the opposite end, quinine and yarrow flower found in the herbal drink poses a lot of risk to pregnant women. That why it is used in conjunction with other herbs for terminating or aborting a pregnancy.
  4. Does alomo bitters delay ejaculation
    Alomo bitter plus peak milk, helps delay ejaculation in men. Wormwood a known aphrodisiac contained in the herbal drink can change a two-minute man to a sex warlord, this is one of the main selling points of Kasaperko Alomo Bitters (De libido Booster – African Viagra)
  5. Does alomo bitters reduce weight
    Alomo bitters reduces weight. It is used as part of some weight-loss regiment, dues to its digestive general body detoxification. It is an appetite manager to combat obesity which also serves as a natural appetite suppressant.

 

How to Mix Alomo Bitters (The Recipes)

  1. Alomo bitters with milk
  2. Alomo bitters for chapman
  3. Alomo Bitters and Coca Cola
  4. Alomo bitters and energizer drinks
  5. AlomoBitters and Nescafe Classic
  6. Mix Alomo Bitters and Lime


Alomo Bitters sellers and Distributors in Nigeria, UK, US, and South Africa

  1. AB Netto Nigeria enterprise
  2. Jufek Stores
  3. Solaq Nigeria limited
  4. Lucy Nigeria enterprise
  5. Godsfavour Provision store

 

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