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  • Cha De Bugre P.E. 4:1

Product Name: Cha De Bugre P.E. 4:1

Botanic Name: Cordia Salicifolia

Cha de bugre is a small tree growing 8-12 meters in height with a trunk 30-40 cm in diameter. It is indigenous to Brazil and can be found growing predominately in the Brazilian states of Minas Gerais, Bahia, Acre and Goias. It is also found in tropical forest areas of Argentina and Paraguay. In Brazil, the tree is botanically classified as Cordia salicifolia and in Paraguay the same tree is classified as Cordia ecalyculata. In Brazil, it is commonly called cafe do mato (coffee of the woods) because it produces a red fruit resembling a coffee bean which is roasted and brewed into tea as a coffee substitute.

Cha de bugre is a Brazilian slimming herb for losing weight while boosting mental and physical energy. Cha de bugre gives you a feeling of being full after eating a few bites of food. This promotes eating small meals frequently – ideal to boost metabolism, stay nourished, avoid energy crashes, and to promote sustained weight-loss. Brazilian women use cha de bugre to maintain a slim body ready to hit the beach year-round. Cha de bugre also shrinks cellulite and reduces fatty deposits. As well as helping to lose weight, cha de bugre will give you a boost in energy and mental alertness. Cha de bugre is a Brazilian slimming herb for losing weight while boosting mental and physical energy. Cha de bugre gives you a feeling of being full after eating a few bites of food. This promotes eating small meals frequently – ideal to boost metabolism, stay nourished, avoid energy crashes, and to promote sustained weight-loss. Brazilian women use cha de bugre to maintain a slim body ready to hit the beach year-round. Cha de bugre also shrinks cellulite and reduces fatty deposits. As well as helping to lose weight, cha de bugre will give you a boost in energy and mental alertness.

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