Place of Origin
South America (Brazil, Argentina, Uruguay and Paraguay)
Beta-carotene, vitamin B, vitamin C, calcium, iron, magnesium, manganese, potassium, silicon, sulfur, xanthine derivatives (caffeine, citronate, theo-bromine, theophylline), neocholerogenic acid, chlorogenic acid, tannins.
Due to Yerba Maté's caffeine content; those challenged with anxiety, heart palpitations or insomnia should use this herb cautiously. Women who are pregnant or may become pregnant should consult their healthcare professional.
Yerba Maté has been known to be a mild aphrodisiac. In some cases this herb has also been known to aid arthritis symptoms. Because of its Vitamin C content, Yerba Maté may have also been beneficial for those who suffer from Scurvy.
• Aids Digestion
• Cardiovascular Health
• Hunger Suppressant
Considerably high levels of caffeine.
Flavor, Color and Aroma in Tea
Cooling. Bitter. Smooth. Earth-Woodsy. Yerba Maté creates an orange yellow color in warm water. This dried herb has a unique taste and aroma that is easily identifiable in nearly any tea blend.
Sip with a smile,
Clinton D Hawley - the Tea Alchemist
The above content is for educational purposes only. These statements have not been evaluated by the FDA.
This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease
wikipedia.com - yerba mate
healing herbal teas - Brigitte Mars - pg 100 to 101
fitday.com - 6 health benefits of yerba maté
organicfacts.net - health benefits of yerba maté