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  • Blend with grass-fed butter and XCT oil for improved performance and energy
  • Third-party tested to meet stringent Bulletproof standards

You will love the time-saving convenience of our new Ground Bulletproof Coffee, with all the same purity standards as our existing whole bean coffee.

 
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  • Blend with grass-fed butter and XCT oil for improved performance and energy
  • Third-party tested to meet stringent Bulletproof standards

The proprietary Bulletproof Process optimizes every step of coffee production for performance by minimizing the opportunity for performance-robbing mold toxins.

 
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Benefits:

  • Blend with grass-fed butter and XCT oil for improved performance and energy
  • Third-party tested to meet stringent Bulletproof standards

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Benefits:

  • Blend with grass-fed butter and XCT oil for improved performance and energy
  • Third-party tested to meet stringent Bulletproof standards

The proprietary Bulletproof Process optimizes every step of coffee production for performance by minimizing the opportunity for performance-robbing mold toxins.

 
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First mentioned in an ancient Chinese book, Astragalus (Astragalus membranaceous) is used throughout the Orient as a tonic food and healthful plant. Astragalus is a member of the legume family. It is an upright, yellow-flowered perennial herb that grows about two feet tall. The genus Astragalus encompasses more than 2000 species worldwide and is beleived by botanists to be the largest genus of flowering plants. Astragakus is a key herb in traditional Chinese "FuZhen" therapy. Traditional FuZhen theory concentrates on the body's own ability to rejuvinate and maintain food health. Astragalus is often taken with Ginseng and Reishi Mushroom.
 
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A small branched shrub found mainly in moors, humus-rich soil and open woods from lowlands to mountains, Bilberry (Vaccinum myrtillus) bears small blue-black, many-seeded berries. Also commonly known as whortleberry, Bilberry has been a source of fresh jam for hundreds of years. Extensively written about in 16th century herbals, this berry is native to northern Europe and Asia; northern Europe and Asia; with its nearest American counterpart being the huckleberry. During World War 2, Royal Air Force pilots swore that eating Bilberry jam prior to night missions significantly improved their visual acuity in the darkness.
 
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Black Cohosh (Cimicifuga racemosa) is a tall stately plant native to the eastern forests of the United States and Canada. This herb was named Black because its dark roots, and Cohosh is Algonquian for "rough", another refrence to its roots. Early American settlers found that Black Cohosh was widely used by American Indian Tribes. Specifically, the hard, knotty rootstock or rhizome, which was used for a variety of health purposes. The Indians used it externally on the skin and internally for the nutritional needs of women. This explains why it was also known as "Squaw Root".
 
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Plant pharmacological studies have suggested that Calendula extracts have anti-viral, anti-genotoxic and anti-inflammatory properties. [4] Calendula in suspension or in tincture is used topically to treat acne, reducing inflammation, controlling bleeding and soothing irritated tissue.[5][6] There is "limited evidence" that calendula cream or ointment is effective in treating radiation dermatitis.[7][8] Calendula has been used traditionally for abdominal cramps and constipation.[9] In experiments with rabbit jejeunum the aqueous-ethanol extract of Calendula officinalis flowers was shown to have both spasmolytic and spasmogenic effects, thus providing a scientific rationale for this traditional use.
 
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Used for generations by the Ashaninka Indians, Cat's claw (Uncaria tomentosa), also known as Una de Gato, is a woody vine that gets its name from the two curved thorns at the base of each leaf. Cat's Claw grows wild in the highlands of the Peruvian rain forest where it grows up into trees. Studies have shown that the inner bark of the vine contains the same beneficial properties as the root and is the preffered plant part since it can be gathered without destroying the plant. In fact, the bark will grow back and replenish itself as long as the root remains intact. Cat's Claw is currently the focus of ongoing clinical studies and scientific review.
 
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Native to Eurasia and first used by ancient Egyptians, Chamomile (Matricia chamomilla) has daisy-like flowers and a long and storied history as a gentle, soothing herb. In traditional Gernan herbalism, Chamomile was so popular it was called alles zutrut, meaning "capable of anything". With its pleasing sweet apple aroma, it has always been one of the world's. In addition, its fragrance makes Chamomile a pleasant addition to potpurris and aromatic dried flower arrangements. Cosmetically, Chamomile makes a wonderfully soothing bath, a penetrating facial, and it can be used to bring golden highlights to brown hair.
 
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