April 26, 2011
ELMWOOD PARK, N.J.Nutraceuticals International relaunched its website focused on the Brazilian energizing ingredient Cha De BugreChaDeBugre.com. This botanical is commonly called café do mato (coffee of the woods) because it produces a red fruit resembling a coffee bean that is roasted and brewed into tea as a coffee substitute. It is a natural stimulant used to increase energy and alertness, and is consumed by Brazilians to sustain energy levels.
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