Energybolizer Café Tolex

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ENERGYBOLIZER CAFE TOLEX

Café TOLEX is high concentration instant coffee mixed with the root of the coffee plant and ground together with the bean/coffee fruit to yield a concentration of alkaloids of almost 99% that makes it much more powerful and bitter and apart from that there is yerba mate, guarana, garcinia cambogia, cha de bugre, rieshi, cordyceps, chaga and maitaki added to make it the ultimate coffee for health, wellness and energy.

This product is not like the other coffees in the market that say it is coffee and what is actually just coffee flavored powder and does not have any of the other coffee alkaloids. Have you ever wondered when you drink decaffeinated coffee, how they do it? simple, they take coffee flavoring and put a filling in it and that is what they do with all the coffees that have caffeine, that is the piracy that is done extending from Florida to California, that is how we educate our distributors who are part of our great family because one thing we don't do is cheat distributors, but there are people with no morals who don't care about making quick money!

INGREDIENTES

-100% CAFE COLOMBIANO

-CHA DE BUGRE (CAFE DO MATO) DE BRASIL

-YERBA MATE, GUARANA, KOLA NUT, MACA, GARCINIA GAMBOGIA

-GANODERMA (RIESHI), CHAGA, CORDYCEPS, MAITAKI

 

CHA DE BUGRE (Cordia Salicfolia)
Cha de Bugre is a tree that is native to Brazil and can also be found in the tropical forests of Paraguay and Argentina. The tree produces a red fruit that looks a lot like a coffee bean.
Cordia salicifolia, or Chá de Bugre, is a small, evergreen tree that can grow to heights of 8 to 12 meters with a trunk diameter of 30 to 40 centimeters. The trees are found in sunny, moist forests in Brazil, Paraguay, and Argentina.  Belonging to the larger family “Boraginaceae,” common names for the plant include Porangaba, Chá de Bugre, and Café do Mato.
This fruit is often roasted and brewed into a tea as a substitute for coffee. One of its names is "cafe do mato" or “coffee of the woods.”
Cha de Bugre is also used to treat cellulite, cough, fluid retention (edema), gout, cancer, herpes, viral infections, fever, and diseases of the heart and blood vessels. It is also used as a general tonic to improve blood circulation and heart function.

Mushroom Complex
Maitake Mushroom (Grifola Frondosa)
Reishi (Ganoderma lingzhi)
Chaga (Inonotus obliquus)
Cordyceps (Cordyceps Militaris)
Mushrooms have been used since beginning of civilization and throughout history for antioxidant properties, cardiovascular protection, antibacterial properties, anti-inflammatory properties and are adaptogens.

The Greek physician Hippocrates, circa 450 bce, classified a mushroom as a potent anti-inflammatory and for cauterizing wounds.

Maca (Lepidium meyenii)
There's a Peruvian root called Maca that has actually been cultivated for thousands of years. Its use actually goes back to around 3800 B.C. when the native Peruvians acknowledged it as a vital component for their health and used it not only for its nutritional value but also as a medicine.
Maca has significant amounts of amino acids, complex carbohydrates, fatty acids, minerals such as calcium, phosphorus, zinc, magnesium, and iron, and vitamins like B1, B2, C, D, and E.

A primary benefit of maca root is its ability to enhance and strengthen the function of the endocrine system. The endocrine system of the body is vital; it includes all of the body’s glands, as well as the hormones they secrete. These glands and hormones control a number of critical processes, including sexual function, fertility, digestion, brain and nervous system functioning, and levels of energy. Maca can affect these processes by regulating hormones in the body responsible for these actions. Furthermore, because maca root acts as an adaptogen—which means it increases the body’s capacity to defend itself from weakness, both physical and emotional—it is able to help support and enhance the healthy function of the adrenal and pituitary glands, which are also key for healthy and proper endocrine function.

Traditionally women used maca to help relieve the symptoms associated with PMS and menopause. Many women have reported that they noticed a significant drop in hot flashes and night sweats after consuming maca. Men have also reported benefits from taking maca, particularly fertility enhancement and healthy sexual function. Both men and women have noted an increase in libido, energy, and stamina, and an overall feeling of wellness from consuming maca.

Maca has actually recently been used by athletes who wish to gain muscle, as a substitute for steroids. Replacing these harmful steroids with maca is a great move as maca has no chemicals, is natural, and doesn’t have a stressful or negative impact on the systems of the body.

Kola Nut (Cola acuminate)
: Found in the Amazons and parts of Africa they are commonly chewed by local labourers as a stimulant to diminish sensations of hunger and fatigue. Small pieces of kola nut chewed before meals act as an aid to digestion. In Brazil and the West Indies, the astringent-tasting nuts are used as a botanical drug to combat intoxication, hangover, and diarrhea.

Garcinia Cambogia (Garcinia gummi-gutta): native to India and Southeast Asia. The fruit pulp and rind have long been used in Asian countries as a condiment and food preservative. The rind contains a chemical called hydroxycitric acid (HCA), which has been studied for its effect on appetite and potential support of joints.

Yerba Mate (Ilex paraguariensis) : Used in South America for centuries, before the Spanish colonization. It was originally consumed by the Guaraní people, who lived in what today is Paraguay, north of Argentina, South of Brazil and parts of Uruguay and Bolivia. May Enhance Physical Performance, May Protect Against Infections, May Help You Lose Weight and Belly Fat. May Boost Your Immune System and support healthy Blood Sugar Levels.

INSTRUCTIONS
1. MEASURE 6 OUNCES OF HOT WATER OR HOT MILK. (PREFERABLY ALMOND OR COCONUT MILK FOR A RICHER TASTE)
2. MEASURE A TEASPOON AND MIX WITH WARM WATER OR MILK. (YOU CAN USE UP TO 2 TEASPOONS FOR MORE STRENGTH)
3. YOU CAN MAKE SWEETENER TO TASTE WITH THE ESPRESSO VERSION. ALWAYS USE NATURAL SWEETENER FOR BETTER HEALTH.