Nutritional value in Yerba mate tea :
Vitamin A, B1, B2, B3, B5, C, E, Calcium, Iron, Magnesium, Manganese, Phosphorus, Potassium, Selenium, Sodium, Sulfur, Zinc, Phytonutrients, Tannins, Trace minerals, Chlorophyll, Flavonoids, and 15 Amino acids, 11 Polyphenols.
How to make Yerba mate tea?
- 10-15 Yerba mate leaves.
- Include 1-2 cups of water or as desired.
- Take a steel pot.
- Keep it on the flame.
- Add a cup of water.
- Let it boil for 10 minutes.
- Turn off the flame.
- Add 10-15 loose mate leaves.
- Place a cover on the pot.
- Soak the contents (steep) 1 hour.
- Strain the tea into a cup.
- Drink it sip by sip.
Benefits in Yerba mate tea.
- Yerba mate tea improves muscle compression and lessens weakness (1).
- Yerba mate tea assists with reducing tummy fat (2).
- Yerba mate tea assists with controlling glucose levels (3) (4).
- Yerba mate tea forestalls numerous sclerosis, rheumatoid joint inflammation, and diabetes.
- Yerba mate tea are hostile to malignant (cancer) growth properties.
- Yerba mate tea has loaded with plant nutrients and antioxidants.
- Yerba mate tea provides energy (10).
- Yerba mate tea improves memory.
- .Yerba mate tea has anti-fungal, anti-parasitic, antibacterial properties (5).
- Yerba mate tea vitamin C, selenium, zinc, helps to boost the immune system (5).
- Yerba mate tea helps to reduce the risk of heart disease (7) (8).
- Yerba mate tea has the best drink for pain, fatigue, and depression (9).
- Yerba mate tea reduces the risk of the sinus.
- Yerba mate tea strengthens the bones.
- Yerba Mate should not be taken for long duration, that’s a suggestion. For more on it we will be publishing in some time.