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Coca Leaves, Erythroxylum coca lam
NUTRITION FACTS
Serving size 1 coca tea bag (1gm)
Calories 0
% Daily Value
Total Fat
0
g
0
%
Calcium (Ca)
18.0
mg
2.3
%
Phosphorus (P)
6.4
mg
0.8
%
Magnesium (Mg)
2.1
mg
0.7
%
Potassium (K)
30.0
mg
1
%
Sodium (Na)
0.0
mg
0
%
Protein
0
g
0
%
Total Fat
0
g
0
%
Contains also 13 alkaloids: Papain, pectin, Globulin, Quinolin, Benzoin, Inulin, Reserpin and other substances still unknown.

According to extensive research

MATE DE COCA:

- CONTAINS MORE PROTEINS (19.9%)
  THAN MEAT (19.4%)
- FAR MORE CALCIUM (2,191%) THAN CONDENSED MILK
- RICHER IN VITAMIN B-1 (276%) THAN FRESCH CARROTS
- SATISFIED DIETARY ALLOWANCE FOR CALCIUM, IRON,
  OSPHOROUS, VITAMIN A, B AND E.

PHYSICAL EFFECTS
The physical effects of MATE DE COCA are as follows

- INCREASED STAMINA.
- ABILITY TO GO LONG PERIODS OF TIME WITHOUT FOOD.
- BLOCKED SENSE OF FATIGUE AND COLD.
- DECREASED NEED FOR SLEEP.
- MOOD ELEVATION.

MATE DE COCA is a traditional remedy for:
- ALTITUDE OR MOUNTAIN SICKNESS
- STRESS (excellent!!)
- TREATING GASTROINTESTINAL DISORDERS.
- ALLEVIATING IRRITATION AND INFECTION OF THEVOCAL CORDS

   AND LARYNX
- PREVENTING VERTIGO.
- REGULATING ARTERIAL PRESSURE AND THE METABOLISM OF
   CARBOHYDRATES.

- ALLEVIATING DIARREA.
- IMPROVING SEXUAL PROWESS.
- RELIEVING COLDS, BRUISES, SORE JOINTS, MUSCLES.
- SWOLLEN FEET AND HEADACHES.

 

 

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MATE COCA

Mate Coca is indeed an agreeable and invigorating mood-brightener.

High Blood Pressure, THE BEST!!!
Altitude illness, THE BEST !!
Gastrointestinal, Excellent
Motion sickness GOOD
Fatigue, Excellent, THE BEST
Antidepressant, Excellent !!
Anxiety, Excellent !!
Fitness Program Excellent !!
Tooth ache, Super

Mate Coca is a medicinal tea made from the leaves of the Coca plant (Erythroxylum). This tea has been used for over four thousand years by the people of South America.

Coca was and is still considered a sacred aspect of the Andean culture. It is only in this past century that the chemical configuration was changed to make the drug cocaine. Since then, the rest of the world has seen Coca as the raw material for the drug cocaine and not as the medicinal plant used for thousands of years. Coca was and is still used at every stage of the Andean peoples lives. Before giving birth, a woman drinks and chews Coca to hasten the labour and ease the pain. When a child is born, relatives celebrate by chewing the Coca leaf together. When a young man wants to marry a girl, he offers Coca to her father. And when somebody dies, Mate De Coca is drunk at the wake and a small pile of leaves are placed in the coffin before burial. From ancient times, these rituals were considered sacred, and as such, the Coca leaf continues to have a great significance in the culture of the Andean people.

Contents:

Vitamins
Vitamin A............. 14.000 UI.
alfa carotene..................... ......2,65 mg.
B1 (tiamine)....... ...0,68 mg.
B2 (riboflavine).......1,73 mg.
B6 (piridoxine)........0,58 mg.
beta carotene..........................20 mg
C (ascorbic acid)....................53 mg.
E (tocoferol)............................44,1 mg.
Nicotinic acid.............................5.0 mg
H (biotine)................................. 0.54I.
-----------
G (niacine)

Since the Spanish conquerors identified it as one of the essential elements of the magical, religious and medicinal ritual of Andean tradition and as a factor that permitted the conquered Indians to maintain their cohesion and resistance, coca has always been persecuted and combated as a "diabolic weed". Within the ethnocentric view of the European colonizers, the mysterious leaf employed in rituals and religious offerings to the Sun and Mother Earth hindered the conversion of the indigenous peoples to Christianism. The first adversaries of the coca plant appeared and proposed its straightforward eradication under the pretext of ensuring the salvation of indigenous souls.

By virtue of its properties in medicine, health and work, the traditional form of coca leaf consumption is neither harmful nor injurious to the organism, unlike caffeine, tannin and nicotine which have spread and achieved universal recognition. Throughout the centuries the coca leaf has been attacked and defended from all sides. It was attacked by the colonizers as part of a process of cultural alienation and by the Inquisition, behind which hid the ferocious appetites for gold, silver and all the wealth that slumbered in the depths of the Andes. Despite the inestimable contribution by the pre-Columbian civilizations to old Europe in the form of a number of valuable plants such as the potato, maize, the tomato, okra, cotton, the chili pepper, quinoa and certain varieties of bean, paradoxically coca is singled out for discrimination. However, the aboriginal peoples identify with the coca plant - a living expression of Andean culture - and by defending it they have always defended the rights of the Andean people to preserve their millennial traditions and values.

In contrast with growing alcohol and tobacco consumption, the traditional use of coca in its manifold forms is not and never has been a form of drug addiction, but a natural indigenous custom which it is possible to give up without producing any narcotic syndrome. No one can claim, in the absence of scientific proof to the contrary, that the Quechua and Aymara Indians, particularly in Peru and Bolivia, who have been chewing the sacred leaf of their ancestors since time immemorial, have become drug addicts.


Consequently, the indigenous coca producing populations have every reason to be indignant about the lack of logic in the contradictory arguments of the Western countries, which maintain that the perverse effects of the drug in their rich societies can be controlled without eradicating the economic, social and moral factors that have engendered one of the West's greatest scourges.

I also started to notice the more subtle aspects of the taste - I could taste the similarity it has to Coca Cola (which now uses de-cocanized coca leaves). When I first sip, I taste the green tea/leafy type taste, and then as I swallow, I taste the coca-cola type taste. It tastes good!


Coca is a densely-leafed plant native to the eastern slopes of the Andes.Erythroxylon coca is widely cultivated in Peru. The leaves are rich in vitamins, protein, calcium,iron and fiber. Chewing coca also counters the symptoms of 'mountainsickness' and oxygen-deprivation.

Stictly speaking, the leaves aren't actually chewed.
Typically, the dried coca leaf is moistened with saliva.
The wad is placed between the gum and cheek and it is gently sucked. The invigorating juices are swallowed.

Shamans from some traditional Indian tribes still smoke coca leaves for magical purposes. Inhaling the sacred vapours induces a trance-like state. Coca enables a shaman to cross 'the bridge of smoke', enter the world of spirits, and activate his magical powers. Alas the leaves don't travel well; and this ancient usage is uncommon in the urban industrial West

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The adversaries of Andean culture, who condemn the coca plant, with a glass of whisky in one hand and a cigarette in the other, clamour for its eradication and treat its producers as pariahs should give a plain answer to the following questions: If alcoholism is one of the greatest scourges in Europe and responsible for the slow extermination of the indigenous populations in America, why is the cultivation of the vine not eradicated, even though the vine incarnates one of the elements of the old world's identity? Since the tobacco habit is responsible for a huge number of victims in consumer societies, why is it impossible to prohibit the growing of tobacco? Obviously, no answers will be forthcoming.
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