Eco Teas Organic Yerba Mate Unsmoked Green Energy, 24-Tea Bags

Eco Teas Organic Yerba Mate Unsmoked Green Energy, 24-Tea Bags

Eco Teas Organic Yerba Mate Unsmoked Green Energy, 24-Tea Bags

  • Healthy balanced energy
  • Nutritious and antioxidant-rich
  • Raises metabolism
  • Elevates mood
  • Ships in Certified Frustration-Free Packaging

What is Yerba Mate? Yerba Mate is a holly tree native to the rainforests of South America. Its leaves are brewed into a vital green beverage: mate (say mah-tay). Mate is the national drink of Argentina, Paraguay and Uruguay. People from all walks of life have enjoyed its beneficial properties for centuries. Sipping mate with friends and family is an energizing, healthful daily ritual. The Eco Teas Mission: Eco Teas is a small company in southern Oregon owned and run by three best friends. our mission is to offer certified organic sustainably-grown, fairly-traded world teas. Our organic yerba mate comes from the fertile forests of northeastern Argentina. We work in partnership with a 3-generation family farm to ensure outstanding quality. Our farmers dry their yerba with a unique hot-air process for a robust, smoke-free taste. We are helping our farmers to develop new farming techniques that incorporate traditional wisdom and cutting-edge ecology. We envision an organic, biodiverse, eco

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Eco Teas Organic Yerba Mate Unsmoked Green Energy, 24-Tea Bags (Pack of 6)

Eco Teas Organic Yerba Mate Unsmoked Green Energy, 24-Tea Bags (Pack of 6)

  • Healthy balanced energy
  • Nutritious and antioxidant-rich
  • Raises metabolism
  • Elevates mood
  • Ships in Certified Frustration-Free Packaging

What is Yerba Mate? Yerba Mate is a holly tree native to the rainforests of South America. Its leaves are brewed into a vital green beverage: mate (say mah-tay). Mate is the national drink of Argentina, Paraguay and Uruguay. People from all walks of life have enjoyed its beneficial properties for centuries. Sipping mate with friends and family is an energizing, healthful daily ritual. The Eco Teas Mission: Eco Teas is a small company in southern Oregon owned and run by three best friends. our mission is to offer certified organic sustainably-grown, fairly-traded world teas. Our organic yerba mate comes from the fertile forests of northeastern Argentina. We work in partnership with a 3-generation family farm to ensure outstanding quality. Our farmers dry their yerba with a unique hot-air process for a robust, smoke-free taste. We are helping our farmers to develop new farming techniques that incorporate traditional wisdom and cutting-edge ecology. We envision an organic, biodiverse, eco

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6 Responses to “Eco Teas Organic Yerba Mate Unsmoked Green Energy, 24-Tea Bags”

  1. 1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
    3.0 out of 5 stars
    Good Start…, June 9, 2014
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    NYFB

    This review is from: Eco Teas Organic Yerba Mate Unsmoked Green Energy, 24-Tea Bags (Grocery)
    Yerba tea bags cost $2.30 an ounce which is expensive but a very good start. The five pounds of loose tea is sold for only $.47 an ounce. The cheapest green tea from china sells for $.60, not organic not Fair Trade which makes this tea an excellent healthy option in USDA organic form. Guayusa has a smoother taste than Yerba Mate. Any food item sold directly by Amazon, not a third party means fresh due to high turn over. This is an excellent price especially when competition sells this tea for $9 in a 8oz bags.

    The first people to discover Yerba Mate were the Guarani (pronounced wa-ra-nee). Their traditional homeland in Paraguay, northern Argentina, and southern Brazil overlaps the home range of wild yerba mate. I was born in a tea family. I drink over ten cups of tea every single day. I have been doing that for decades and decades. USDA organic, a certified USDA, Kosher, Fair Trade. Those three items ORGANIC, KOSHER, FAIR TRADE, guarantee a superior product, fair treatment of workers and environment. I drink many different teas and even the cheapest USDA organic, Kosher but not Fair Trade tea like Davidson’s green tea sells for $10 a pound and once again not a Fair Trade ingredient. Amazon has great pricing. To get the most out of my tea, I do not treat these teas like I do with the real expensive teas since I drink so many cups of it every single day. Instead I make these teas in coffee percolator since I like my tea really hot and I hate waste. Percolator get all its colors out but I treat the black tea differently.

    A bite from a gnat, midge, mosquito or even an ant will normally cause a red lump with a hole in the middle — this then turns itchy as the bite can provoke a mild allergy-like reaction. As a result chemicals called histamines are released into the surrounding skin, which is what gives us the maddening urge to itch. While bites themselves are rarely a problem, this itch can be, as scratching can break the skin and introduce infection that, in turn, leads to potential problems such as scarring. Steep a few teabags in boiling water for ten minutes, allow to cool and then apply the liquid to the sting site using a cloth. This helps to relieve inflammation as tannins in the tea are astringent, so reduce the swelling.

    Remember it is only a tea, there is no antioxidants, no youth, no energy, no nutritious stimulants except caffeine which is natural ingredient and all other miracles claimed by all those producers of Yerba Mate especially WEIGHT LOSS are all marketing tools. The only weight loss that I know of is exercise and cutting calories consumption unless one is truly genetically or chronically sick. These producers need to remove those claims since it is very misleading. Antioxidants are the most misused word in health and diet. There is not even a measurement of such ingredient called antioxidant in any food NUTRITION FACT table. It is a tea not a supplement either. I do not consume prescriptions for any chronic condition, supplements, pills, process foods. Only in US with relaxed laws these producers are allowed such marketing. I drink coffee as well as many black teas and none are supplements either except sugar free drinks. These are five star teas. Support those farmers through Fair trade or Fair for Life, certified programs and get yourself a nature given drink just like other plants that I use as tea when infact others only use as a food ingredient in their cooking but ignore the marketing.

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  2. 4.0 out of 5 stars
    Filled my “Argentina” craving, June 25, 2014
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    This review is from: Eco Teas Organic Yerba Mate Unsmoked Green Energy, 24-Tea Bags (Grocery)
    After living 6 years in Argentina, I was craving for a little “reminder” of my life back there, and even though I wasn’t a regular mate consumer, I did drink it a few times per week, so this came great.
    To me, the flavor from this brand is kind of mild, so it is perfect for someone that is not use to the strong, grassy, bitter yerba mate taste. I myself prefer something stronger.
    Other reviewer stated that yerba mate producers claim that is helps to lose weight and that this was not true… however, I do believe it has some type of filling or laxative properties because there are hardly any fat Argentinians… either that or the fact that unlike here, grass-fed, free-range beef isn’t a privileged choice, but just the way it is…
    Anyhow… I do recommend this product, just don’t expect a strong bold yerba mate flavor to it, but more like what it is sold as: tea.

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  3. 5.0 out of 5 stars
    I bought this for my daughter because she has to have a caffeine-free alternative, May 15, 2014
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    Patrice Farmer
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    This review is from: Eco Teas Organic Yerba Mate Unsmoked Green Energy, 24-Tea Bags (Grocery)
    I first drank Yerba Mate at a local coffee shop out of a gourd. My daughter has an Anxiety Disorder and so she has to avoid caffeine. So, I bought this for her because I remembered the rush I got when I first took it. It has worked. She is in high-school and taking college classes and works part time so she needs it. And I’m glad it won’t add to her anxiety.

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  4. 4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    The most affordable way to drink quality yerba mate., August 27, 2010
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    MReed

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    This review is from: Eco Teas Organic Yerba Mate Unsmoked Green Energy, 24-Tea Bags (Pack of 6) (Grocery)
    Keep in mind before purchasing that this is a lighter yerba mate and lacks the high strength that Guayaki brand has. But it is also about twice as cheap as Guayaki so there is a trade-off. Overall, I was satisifed with this product even if it could be a little stronger.

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  5. Janice M. Foote "* Live Love Laugh * Dream to... Reply August 31, 2014 at 10:52 pm
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    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Yay my favorite Yerba Mate is on here!!!, June 7, 2010
    This review is from: Eco Teas Organic Yerba Mate Unsmoked Green Energy, 24-Tea Bags (Pack of 6) (Grocery)
    I’ve tried different types of Yerba Mate and Eco Teas Unsmoked Yerba Mate is by far my favorite. I like it’s flavor and I actually feel all the health benefits that Yerba Mate touts is found in this particular strain of Yerba Mate.

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  6. 2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Great Yerba Mate, April 23, 2013
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    This review is from: Eco Teas Organic Yerba Mate Unsmoked Green Energy, 24-Tea Bags (Pack of 6) (Grocery)
    I’m not a huge fan of yerba mate, but this is my preferred choice. I’ve heard that unsmoked is better for you, and no other brands beats this price.

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