yerba maté

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yerba maté:

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, or Paraguay tea,
evergreen tree (Ilex paraguariensis) of the family Aquifoliaceae (holly family). From ancient times Native Americans and now millions of Argentines and others in South America have made a tea (also
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yerba mate

yerba mate

In the Holly family (yes, Christmas holly) Grows up to 45 feet (15m). Simple shaped leaves with serrated edges. Small greenishwhite 4 petal flowers. Red berry-like fruit. Plant contains caffeine and is used as coffee substitute and aphrodisiac. Steep leaves and twigs in hot (not boiling) water. Similar to green tea, maybe a little more bitter. Very popular in South America. Roasting takes away bitter taste, but also many of the beneficial health compounds of the fresh green plant. Doesn’t cause jitters or nervous energy that coffee does. Used to rejuvenate, detoxify body, fight fatigue and increase health and longevity.
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The new flavor is boosted with whole plant extracts, including yerba mate, acerola cherry and goji berry.
They saw a business opportunity in providing Yerba Mate as an alternative drink to coffee, as well as a way for consumers to support rainforest preservation.
La investigacion tiene como objetivo conocer y comparar las rotulaciones obligatorias en los envases de Yerba Mate de Argentina, Brasil, Paraguay y Uruguay, como tambien identificar rotulaciones facultativas, tal el caso de la informacion nutricional, de acuerdo al Codigo Alimentario Argentino, el cual define con la denominacion de Yerba Mate o Yerba al producto formado por las hojas desecadas, ligeramente tostadas y desmenuzadas, de Ilex paraguariensis Saint Hilaire (Aquifoliacea) exclusivamente, mezcladas o no con fragmentos de ramas secas jovenes, peciolos y pedunculos florales.
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Yerba mate tea, which is derived from yerba mate plants that naturally contain caffeine as well as other natural stimulants, is a popular choice.
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