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Mate’ Lion InnerG Tea

Mate’ Lion InnerG Tea

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Lion InnerG: With ginseng, green tea, and yerba mate, this tea provides a natural energy boost. It's a great option for coffee drinkers looking for a healthier alternative, as it contains a stimulant similar to caffeine but without the jitters. This easy-to-drink tea is simply made with no added flavorings, making it a perfect choice for those wanting to try a healthier option. Plus, it contains special herbs and adaptogens that can aid in improving focus, performance, and stamina.


Boosts energy, curb appetite, cardiovascular aid, mental and physical stimulant.


Organic Yerba mate tea, green tea, ashwagandha, dandelion, hibiscus, cranberry, yummy berry. 

Ashwagandha can also help keep cortisol levels in check and reduce inflammation , among other benefits. Ashwagandha has also been found to increase muscle mass and strength in some individuals, particularly in those already on resistance training programs, contributing to an energy boost you may get from this herb.

Featuring a blend of hibiscus flowers, Mate’ Lion InnerG Tea provides a natural source of antioxidants that can promote overall health and well-being. Feel refreshed and rejuvenated with each sip, while enjoying the delicious flavor this tea has to offer.

yerba mate-Herbal yerba mate tea contains roughly as much caffeine as coffee, about 80 milligrams per cup. Yerba mate increases your body’s reliance on fat for fuel during exercise. It may also improve muscle contractions and reduce fatigue, all of which may contribute to better physical performance.

dandelion- detoxifying the liver and reestablishing hydration and electrolyte balance. It also increases the production and release of bile.

2oz dried herb. 

**request for bottled drink if needed(only in GA)**


*Anyone with an allergy to ragweed, chrysanthemum, marigold, chamomile, yarrow, or daisy should avoid dandelion, and anyone pregnant, nursing, or taking prescription drugs should talk to a health care professional before adding something new to their diet.



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