Experience the taste of coffee, chocolate, and cinnamon all in one super food beverage! High in Iron, protein, magnesium, copper, fiber,calcium and vitamins A, B, C, and E, this drink is ideal for anybody looking for a health boost. Unlike the acidifying effects and the energetic up and downs of coffee, it helps to alkalize your body and has a subtle and lasting energy boost.
The Maya Nut is harvested from the Maya Tree that grows in Mexico and South and Central America. This particular blend was ecologically wild harvested by women from an indigenous Mayan community in the mountains of Jalisco, Mexico and roasted and ground with love. The ancient Mayans survived on this super food in times of famine. It can be used in anything from tortillas, bread, drinks, smoothies to ice cream! Brew, sip, enjoy and reap the benefits of this magnificent Mayan super food!
Try this delicious beverage made from an Ancient Mayan Super Seed!
- High in Calcium, Protein, Iron, Potassium, Fiber, Folic Acid, Tryptophan, Antioxidants and Vitamins A,B,C and E! Great for pregnancy, vegetarians, anyone looking for a nutrition boost…
- Alkalizes your body
- Caffeine-Free, yet provides real, sustained energy
- Has stress and anxiety relieving properties
- Natural Galactogogue- aids in milk production
- Mayans used to live off of this seed only during times of drought – known to detoxify the liver!
This product comes from a sacred Mayan tree, pictured above. Brosimum alicastrum is a large evergreen tree with a history of human use as a food that extends from the classical Mayan period to the present. The B. alicastrum tree is widely distributed throughout Mexico and Central America. Historically, every part of the B. alicastrum tree has been used by humans including the fruit, seed ("nut"), bark, wood, leaves, and latex. The seed in particular is widely recognized for its nutritious value. Additionally, various parts of the B. alicastrum plant also have been used in folk medicine, commonly used as a galactagogue (lactation stimulant). The B. alicastrum seed, which is referred to by different names depending on the region that it grows in, continues to be a part of the habitual diet of native populations of Mexico, Central and South America.
- Roasted and ground Brosimum Alicastrum (Mayan) seed.
- Suggested Use
- Traditionally the Mayan seed is mixed with hot water and drank as a hot beverage, or added to breads and tortillas as a nutrition boost.