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Yerba Mate

Yerba Mate


Mate (pronounced MAH-tay), also called yerba mate or Paraguay tea, was introduced into the United States in the 1970's as a non-caffeine coffee substitute. That claim was in error. Mate contains caffeine. It also contains vitamin C, making it more nutritious than other caffeine-containing herbs (coffee, tea, kola, cocoa.

For an infusion, use 1 teaspoon of dried herb per 8oz cup of boiling water. Steep10 minutes. Drink up to 3 cups a day. Some people object to mate's odor, although
others learn to enjoy it. Add honey and lemon if you need to. Drinking mate' when you have a cold will provide one additional source of vitamin C

  • Product Info

    What are the dimensions of the Bags?

    Small Bag (2oz) (4 x 6x 2 ")
    Medium Bag (4oz) (5 x 8 x 2 1/2 ")

    Large 1/2LBS Bag (7 x 11 1/2x 4 ")

    XL 1LBS Bag (9 x 13 1/2x 4 3/4 ")


    All those size are available for product purchase online

  • Return Policy


    Contact us at to get a return ID number. Tea, spices, sugar, salt, peppers and any other food items cannot be exchanged or returned.

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