Yerba Maté supplement 600 mg each pill in extract form
90 Yerba Mate tablets
Ilex paraguariensis herb
April 10, 2016
Yerba mate herb is a Dietary Supplement that contains xanthines similar to caffeine, theobromine, and theophylline.
Yerba Maté herb, used since ancient times as a tea, is used throughout South America. Yerba Maté herb naturally contains a wide range of polyphenols, methylxanthines and chlorogenic acid.*
Serving size: 1 Yerba Mate Tablet
Servings per Bottle: 90
Amount Per Serving:
Yerba Maté Extract 8:1 - 600 mg
(aka Yerba Mate herb)
(yielding 48 mg caffeine)
Suggested Use: 1 yerba mate extract tablets before breakfast. Do not exceed three tablets daily. Two tablets are approximately equal to 1 to 2 cups of Yerba Maté tea.
Other Ingredients in this yerba mate extract supplement: Sorbitol, colloidal silicon dioxide, modified cellulose gum and magnesium stearate.
Caution: If you are pregnant or breastfeeding consult your health care professional before using yerba mate herb. If gastrointestinal discomfort occurs, discontinue use and/or consult your health care professional.
Suitable for vegetarians. Contains no yeast, dairy, egg, gluten, soy or wheat. Contains no sugar, starch, salt, preservatives, artificial color, flavor or fragrance.
Yerba mate herb (Ilex paraguariensis) is used for the preparation of the most popular tea-like beverage of South America.
Yerba mate supplement questions
Q. Is it okay to take a yerba mate supplement daily for months and years?
A. We suggest you take at least a day or two off a week and take a week off each month from the use of a yerba mate supplement. Long term studies are not available to determine the full range of benefits and yerba mate side effects.
Q. Does a yerba mate supplement have aphrodisiac properties?
A. We are not aware of any significant aphrodisiac effects.
Yerba Mate herb chemistry
Yerba Mate herb has xanthines, caffeine, theobromine and theophylline, caffeoyl derivatives, caffeic acid, chlorogenic acid, and flavonoids (quercetin, rutin and kaempferol).
Yerba mate weight loss research
We are not aware of yerba mate weight loss research published in humans that have used yerba mate alone and shown it be effective in fat loss or reducing appetite enough to shed pounds.
Buy yerba mate supplement today. Rather than using a yerba mate extract pill every day, take a couple of days off each week.
Ilex paraguariensis dried and minced leaves are made into a brewed tea by large populations in South America, having evolved from a tea drunk by the Guarani ethnic group to a beverage that has a social and almost ritualistic role in some South American modern societies. It is used both as a source of caffeine, but also as a therapeutic agent for its alleged pharmacological properties. In the past couple of decades, there was a several-fold increase in the literature studying Ilex paraguariensis properties showing effects such as antioxidant properties in chemical models and ex vivo lipoprotein studies, vaso-dilating, antimutagenic effects, and controversial association with oropharyngeal cancer, anti-glycation effects and weight reduction properties. The aim of this review is to provide a concise summary of the research published in the past several years, with an emphasis on inflammation and lipid metabolism. J Ethnopharmacol. 2010. Recent advances on Ilex paraguariensis research: Minireview. Bracesco N, Sanchez AG, Contreras V, Menini T, Gugliucci A. Lab Radiobiolog?a Dpt. Biof?sica, Facultades de Medicina y Ciencias, University de la Rep?blica, Uruguay.
*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.