Cha de Bugre
NEWS: This superfood is now available in the SANEStore as a convenient whole-food powder so you can more easily enjoy it in smoothies and recipes.
Our raw Cha de Bugre powder has been used for year in Brazil for its outstanding supportive qualities for healthy weight loss. Because it may naturally fights hunger, people feel more satisfied eating smaller amounts of food and craving less fatty, sugary foods.
Raw, non-GMO Cha de Bugre supports healthy circulation which may help in battling cellulite and naturally eliminates excess fluid from the body by breaking down fatty acids. Cha de Bugre is a natural stimulant used to increase energy and mental alertness without any jittery side effects.
Raw Cha de Bugre supports the immune system in turn supporting healthy digestion, liver and kidney and colon functions. This may be helpful to those suffering with kidney stones or gout. Due to its ability to support healthy skin regeneration, it has been traditionally used as to alleviate external wounds. New research has shown that Cha de Bugre could possess anti-viral qualities.
- Supports healthy fat loss
- May help prevent overeating
- Natural stimulant
- Supports healthy skin
- Supports healthy liver & kidney function
- May Suppress coughs
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