Yerba mate probably poses no risk to healthy adults who drink it occasionally. However, some studies suggest that people who drink large amounts of yerba mate over a long period of time may have an increased risk of certain cancers, such as oral, throat, and lung cancer. Drinking very hot yerba mate at 149°F (65°C) or higher is associated with a higher risk of cancer than drinking yerba mate at cooler temperatures. Felbamate is a medicine used to treat seizures. The caffeine in yerba mate could reduce the effects of felbamate. Taking yerba mate with felbamate may reduce the effects of felbamate and increase the risk of seizures in some people. Esmelindro AA, Girardi Jdos S, Mossi A, et al. Influence of agronomic variables on the composition of tea mate leaf extracts (Ilex paraguariensis) obtained from CO2 extraction at 30 degrees C and 175 bar. J Agric Food Chem 2004;52:1990-5. If yerba mate is your favorite tea©, enjoy it in moderation.
As always, consult your doctor© before trying any herbal product. There is an interest in using yerba mate for multiple purposes, but there is not enough reliable information to say if it could be useful. Yerba mate contains caffeine. Taking caffeine with tiagabine for an extended period of time can increase the amount of tiagabine in the body. This may increase the effects and side effects of tiagabine. @kroza @CaroGuiniazu @FaridTDF we could have mate in November so that @ErmesT and those who dare can try it! Yerba mate is a herbal tea©. This tea©, commonly known as mate, is popular in parts of South America©. The leaves and branches of the yerba mate plant are dried, usually over fire, and steeped in hot water to make tea© from herbs. Yerba mate can be served cold or hot.
Like black tea©, yerba mate contains coffee, which is a stimulant. The selection of the main ingredients of mate infusion, which you made earlier in this article, has already shown you the benefits and special effects on the human organism. There is no doubt that many ingredients can be very valuable to humans. Basically, the effect of mate in sufficient quantities is not only harmless to most people, but even has a positive and stimulating effect. Properties attributed to caffeinated mate beverage & Co: Bates, M. N., Hopenhayn, C., Rey, O. A. and Moore, L. E. Bladder cancer and partner use in Argentina: a case-control study. Cancer Lett.
2-8-2007;246(1-2):268-273. See the summary. Meanwhile, the consumption of mate infusions, practiced in some South American countries for more than 1000 years, has also spread to the Western world. Junto con ciertos alimentos, platos y bebidas tanto alcohólicas como no alcohólicas, el té de mate es una de las más populares especialidades de Sudamérica y se importa en grandes cantidades. The body breaks down caffeine in yerba mate to get rid of it. Fluvoxamine may decrease how quickly the body breaks down caffeine. Taking yerba mate with fluvoxamine can increase caffeine levels in the body and increase the risk of caffeine side effects. Yerba mate contains caffeine. Caffeine can raise or lower blood sugar. Diabetes medications are used to lower blood sugar. Taking certain diabetes medications with caffeine can alter the effect of diabetes medications. Monitor your blood sugar closely.
The dose of your diabetes medicine may need to be changed. Sugimoto, S., Nakamura, S., Yamamoto, S., Yamashita, C., Oda, Y., Matsuda, H. and Yoshikawa, M. Brazilian Natural Medicine. III. Structures of triterpene oligoglycosides and mate lipase inhibitors, leaves of Ilex paraguariensis. Chem.Pharm.Bull. (Tokyo) 2009;57(3):257-261.
The body breaks down flutamide to get rid of it. The caffeine in yerba mate could decrease how quickly the body gets rid of flutamide. This could cause flutamide to stay in the body for too long, increasing the risk of side effects. Los ingredientes más buscados del arbusto del mate se encuentran en mayores concentraciones en las hojas, que se secan y se transforman en té.