Beetle Nut?

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Beetle nut is a nut that contains chemicals similar to nicotine, which means that the user experiences a similar narcotic effect. Field workers and other rural inhabitants often chew it not only for its mild pain killing effects, but also for appetite suppression and digestive assistance.
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