Yerba Mate is made from the stems and leaves of the dried plant. It’s as popular as coffee in South America for boosting energy and the stimulation of caffeine. It was first consumed in Brazil by the Indigenous Guarani people who believed the sacred Yerba herb was a reincarnation of an anthropomorphic god named Caá Yarîi.
Boosts Focus and Endurance
Since it contains such high amounts of caffeine, a stimulant, Yerba Mate is a good tea alternative to acidic coffee which can wear away tooth enamel and harm the stomach lining.