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Ojio, Ayurvedic Herbs, Green Coffee Powder

About the Product

  • The World’s Most Beneficial Foods
  • Dietary Supplement
  • Cold Water Extract
  • 50% Chlorogenic Acid
  • Gluten Free, Vegan
  • Non-GMO
  • Kosher

Ayurvedic Herbs

The traditional Hindu System of medicine, based on balance in bodily systems

How is it used?

Ayurvedic practitioners typically recommend a course of herbs, healthy foods and meditation to maintain or restore an individual’s unique energetic balance. The regimen may include Ayurvedic herbs given to aid in cleansing the body of toxins, followed by nourishing herbs intended to bring the body back into balance.

Where in the world does it come from?

Ayurveda, or the “science of life” in Sanskrit, has been a holistic healthcare modality in India for over 2000 years. In addition to cleansing and nourishing the body, Ayurveda seeks to balance the mind, body and spirit to achieve harmony and health.

What are the benefits?

This is an extract derived from green coffee beans containing Chlorogenic Acid, a known antioxidant. In Ayurveda it is used to stimulate metabolism and may help regulate blood glucose levels.

The World’s Most Beneficial Foods

We believe that good health is essential to happiness, so we are committed to sourcing foods that promote the highest levels of physical well-being — foods from the most mineral rich, nutrient dense, micro-environments and growing regions on earth. You’ll love the great taste, and the healthy benefits will assure you that Ojio is the best choice for you and your family. We are proud to offer the world’s most beneficial foods.

Suggested Use

While serving sizes vary, it is recommended that each person start with as little as 1/8 tsp. to see how your body reacts and increase carefully over time. It is also recommended that you consult your physician before introducing Ayurvedic herbs into your diet.

Use: 1/8 to 1/2 tsp daily as tolerated.

Ingredients

Green coffee bean extract (Coffee arabica) (bean) [standardized to 50% chlorogenic acid].

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