Discussion: Native to the rainforests of Brazil, cha de bugre is a tropical tree in the forget-me-not family. Cha de bugre is often referred to in Brazil as "cafe do mato", meaning coffee of the woods because the tree produces red berries that resemble a coffee berry. Cha da bugre is also widely used as a substitute for coffee and tea. Cha de bugre leaf has been used traditionally throughout South America as a source of energy and many feel that it also acts as a natural appetite suppressants. As a result, it has gained attention for its possible support of weight loss programs.
Use only as directed. Take one VegCap daily with a meal or glass of water.
|Serving Size: 1 VegCap|
|Amount Per Serving||%Daily Value|
|Cha de Bugre (Cordia salicifolia) (leaf)||400 mg||*|
|*Daily Value not established.|