Yerba Mate: The Powerhouse Nutrient For Healing, Anti-Aging & Increases Mental Clarity


Yerba Mate is a small tree native to the subtropical highlands of Brazil, Paraguay, and Argentina. Yerba Mate is known as the national drink of these countries, and is consumed by millions of South Americans as a healthful alternative to coffee.

Yerba Mate contains 52 more known active chemical compounds than green tea. It is loaded with potent phytochemical antioxidants, and in far greater quantities than in green tea. Like green tea, it has anti-cancer and anti-aging benefits, again, in higher quantities.

This amazing plant has an incredibly rich nutritional profile. It provides: Vitamins A, C, E, B1, B2, Niacin, B5, B Complex, Calcium, Chromium, Manganese, Iron, Potassium, Magnesium, Phosphorus, Zinc, Carotene, Fatty Acids, Chlorophyll, Trace Minerals, Antioxidants, Tannins, Pantothenic Acid and even Amino Acids. Scientists are saying it is quite likely that it contains more powerful nutrients that are yet unknown and undiscovered.

Yerba Mate Health Benefits:

High antioxidant capacity; reduce oxidative stress
Increases supply of oxygen to the heart
Promote healthy Gastrointestinal Tract (GI)
Allergy relief
Improve digestion
Promote healthy heart
Lower LDL cholesterol
Firmer and smoother skintone
Lower blood pressure
Increase cognition and mental clarity
Help regulate glucose levels for Type 2 Diabetes
Anti-obesity; Enhances fat metabolism
Promote weight loss
Fight and prevent osteoporosis by increasing bone density

Here is Simple Recipe To Make Yerba Mate Tea At Home


-2 tbsp. yerba mate
-16 ounces water at about 150 degrees Fahrenheit (just simmering)
-(Alternately, you can use a larger French press and a ratio of 1 tbsp. yerba mate per 8 ounces water.)


1. Place your yerba mate into the filter of the French press.
2. Slowly pour water over the yerba mate, allowing it to soak in and pass through the filter as you go.
3. Brew for 4 to 6 minutes, depending on desired strength.
4. Depress the plunger into the filter pot. Serve.