Yerba Mate Tea

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The wild yerba mate plant, which was first discovered by early South American tribes have considered this mate tea as “The Drink of the Gods.”  Most Yerba mate comes from plantations in Argentina.  The leaves and stems are harvested, and then blanched, dried, aged, and finally milled or cut.       

Apparently, this mate tea has been making big headlines lately.  The chemical components of Yerba tea are very similar to those found in green tea, which is another herb making great gains and known to have a whole set of its own herbal health benefit, however, is said to be more nutritious than green tea due to the fact that it contains higher levels of antioxidants.  Yerba Mate tea is loaded with 24 vitamins and minerals, as well as 15 amino acids.

It is gaining popularity due to its potent effects.  Yerba Tea is said to contain a wealth of health benefits that surpasses that of green tea.  The tea is known to have medicinal values that include cleansing of the blood, boosting the immune system, stimulation of the mind, reduction of stress and fatigue, ease depression, and is also helpful to cure migraines, neuralgia, and insomnia.  

Many dieticians refer to Yerba tea for its weight reduction qualities.  The tea is known to speed metabolism, as well as suppress the appetite in order to promote weight loss.  Drinking Yerba Mate on a regular basis is also known to promote better digestion among those who suffer from gastrointestinal problems as it aids in elimination.  This tea has also been found useful in inhibiting the growth of bacteria responsible for bad breath. 

As with all herbal remedies, you always need to check into the side effects before using any herbal product.  Occasional use of Yerba mate probably poses no serious risks for healthy adults.  Due to the caffeine content of this tea, too much intake could lead to symptoms similar to the overuse of caffeine.  It is best to drink this tea in moderation as too much of a good thing may always have the potential to produce negative side effects.  Approximately two to three cups a day may be all you would need to increase mental focus and energy levels. 

If you cannot find Yerba Tea in any of your local stores, you can always find it available by doing an online search.  The tea can be found in several different aromas and flavors.


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