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A powerful Superfood Latte Naturopathically prepared for your pleasure that can be enjoyed hot or cold

Bacopa Brahmi Powder Organic

Botanical Name - Bacopa monniera 
Organic Status - Organic 
Country of Origin - India 
Plant Part - Aerials 
Form - Powder
Bacopa (Bacopa monnieri) is an herb native to India that has been used traditionally in Ayurvedic medicine.

Stevia Leaf Powder Organic

Botanical Name: Stevia rebaudiana
Organic Status: Organic
Country of Origin: India
Form: Leaf

Stevia is a delicious, naturopathically prepared, healthy substitute for sugars and artificial sweeteners. It is 5 times more antioxidant than green tea and up to 300 times sweeter than sugar, so a little goes a long way. Unlike brands in the shops that market themselves as natural Stevia, this product has not had erythritol added and is 100% powdered Stevia Leaf in it's natural green form. 

Ginkgo Leaf Powder

Botanical Name: Ginkgo biloba
Organic Status: Organic

Country of Origin: China
Plant Part: Leaf

Ginkgo Biloba is the only member of the Ginkgoaceae family and is also known as the Maidenhair tree. It is popular in parks and lining streets in various parts of the world.

According to the book "The Healing Herbs" by Michael Castleman, Ginkgo is also the oldest surviving tree on earth.

Traditional Chinese Medicine practitioners and Indian Ayurvedic healers have long used the Ginkgo leaf for thousands of years. In more recent times, European or Western Herbalists have jumped on board as well.

Gotu Kola Organic Powder
Botanical Name - Centella asiatica
Organic Status - Organic
Country of Origin - India
Plant Part - Aerials
Form - Powder

Gotu kola has been widely used in Ayurvedic systems and TCM to rejuvenate both mind and body for thousands of years.

Gotu Kola is part of the parsley family (and unrelated to the cola nut)and grows in tropical Africa, South America, Asia and Australia.

Gotu kola got the nickname tiger's herb because injured tigers often rub against it to heal their wounds.

Gotu Kola features in both Chinese and Indian myths and folklore. where the Tai Chi Chuan master Li Ching-Yun purportedly lived to an advanced age of over 200 years old, due in part to his use of Gotu kola and other Chinese herbs.

Ashwagandha Withania Organic Powder

Botanical Name: Withania somnifera 
Organic Status: Organic 

Country of Origin: India 
Form: Root Powder

Ashwagandha or Withania originated in India and is recognised as an adaptogen and very popular in Ayurvedic Medicine. It has been in use for thousands of years and is sometimes referred to as Indian Ginseng. It is rich in iron, antioxidants, tannins, glucose, alkaloids, fatty acids and many other nutrients. The root is the most nutrient dense part of the plant.

Ashwagandha is believed to be particularly effective when combined with other herbs like Ginkgo Biloba and Rhodiola in particular. In Ayurvedic history it has been used to promote strength and vitality and bring the body back into balance (homeostasis).

*Ashwagandha is believed to be anti-inflammatory.
*Ashwagandha means "the smell of the horse" as it was used to "restore the strength of the horse".
*The root contains the greatest concentration of active ingredients.

Cinnamon Bark Powder Organic

Botanical Name: Cinnamomum verum
Organic Status: Organic
Country of Origin: Sri Lanka
Plant Part: Bark
Form: Powder

Through ancient and medieval times the source of cinnamon was a mystery and those that knew of the secret spread many myths about it to increase it's value. Cinnamon is incredibly versatile and has been widely used as a spice for thousands of years. It is commonly added to sweet and savoury foods, herbal teas, potpourri, cloth sachets, sleep pillows, incense, soaps, toothpastes, cosmetics and shampoos. Cinnamon has been prized and sought after for thousands of years. 
This is true cinnamon and not the cheap alternative cinnamon that most suppliers sell.

Latte Tea Brewing

Instructions: Add 1 teaspoon of latte powder to a cup and combine with boiled water at no hotter than 80°C. Temperatures higher than this will cause the brew to be more bitter. best enjoyed with warm milk or plant milk.

Add to Smoothies.

Enjoy hot or cold.

50g = 25 serves

100g = 50 serves

200g = 100 serves

500g = 250 serves


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