WHAT MAKES THIS BLEND A TERRIFIC ALTERNATIVE TO REGULAR COFFEE?…
Smooth Flavor—Low Acidity
All Natural – Unprocessed
Get Productive Energy without the jitters, headaches or typical crash of coffee or energy drinks.
MAKES MORE CUPS THAN TRADITIONAL COFFEE
Yields 120 cups per 8 oz pkg. – Approximately 12.5 cents per cup!
Directions: Put 1 tsp (not a tablespoon) in your favorite brewing device to make an 8oz cup. You may use in Drip Coffee Makers, Single Serving Units, Percolators, Espresso Machines, French Presses & Tea Infusers. Most people have given up their cream and sugar as this smooth blend has no bitter aftertaste.
Ingredients: Roasted Chicory Root , Roasted Yerba Mate Leaf, Black Tea Leaf, Caraway Seeds, Guayusa Leaf, Black Ground Peppercorns
Disclaimer: These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.
Caution: Consult your health care professional prior to use if you are pregnant, nursing, take any medication or have a medical condition.
Where is CHEROKEE GROUND MADE?
Handmade and proud produced in the USA, but not represented to be an ‘Indian Product’ as defined by law.
How is CHEROKEE GROUND packaged?
In an 8 oz bag with a Tin Tie to reseal the package.
Where did CHEROKEE GROUND get it’s unusual name?
Rod Jackson, Creator and Founder of Nuwati Herbals is of Cherokee Metis descent (Cherokee and Scots-Irish). For a long time he has wanted to name one of the Nuwati products in such a way to honor the Cherokee People. Despite Rod Jackson’s ancestry, and the use of the name Cherokee Ground, this product is not represented to be an ‘Indian Product’ as defined by law.
The People of the Cherokee Nation honored Mother Earth, working hard to preserve the land for future generations. Today millions of people live on the original Cherokee Ground.
We honor the Cherokee People for their many sacrifices and gifts.
The beautiful rolling mountains of North Carolina
Cherokee Ground Herbal Coffee Alternative is made in the USA, but are not represented to be an Indian Product as defined by law. It is to honor The Cherokee Nation and it’s People.