Maca Mocha Super Herb Elixir (Single)
Serving Size: 1 bottle (12 fl oz)
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat 70
% Daily Value*
Total Fat 8g
Saturated Fat 7g
Total Carbohydrates 16g
Dietary Fiber 5g
Total Sugars 8g
Includes 7g Added Sugars
Vitamin D 0%
Not a significant source of trans fat, cholesterol, vitamin A or vitamin C
*Percent daily value based on a 2,000 calorie diet
Ingredients & Allergens
ORGANIC COCONUT-MILK (WATER, ORGANIC COCONUT CREME), ORGANIC HERBAL INFUSION (WATER, ORGANIC CHICORY, ORGANIC CAROB), ORGANIC COCOA POWDER, ORGANIC COCONUT SUGAR, ORGANIC INULIN (PREBIOTIC FIBER), ORGANIC MACA EXTRACT (4:1), ORGANIC VANILLA EXTRACT, ORGANIC QUILLAJA EXTRACT, PINK SALT, GELLAN GUM, ORGANIC STEVIA EXTRACT
Maca Extract750mg (equal to 3000mg whole maca root powder)
Low Caffeine (from cocoa)10-20mg
Caffeine Free Energy & Balance
Our singular maca extract is produced through a patented process resulting from years of scientific research, by a world leader in environmental and social responsibility. Every maca root used by REBBL is purchased through a direct relationship with the grower families through a unique fair exchange program.
REBBL ELIXIRS ARE ALWAYS:
Functional By Nature
Scientific name: Theobroma cacao
Considered “Food of the Gods” in ancient Aztec civilization, cocoa is deeply respected by native tribes in Mesoamerica where it was once used as a form of currency. This cherished super food contains a powerful group of antioxidants called polyphenols.
Scientific name: Vanilla planifolia
Vanilla has a long history of both culinary and health benefits, thanks to its sweet flavor and botanical uses. This wellness-supporting plant is also rich in antioxidants from polyphenols.
Scientific name: Cocos nucifera
MCTs (medium chain triglycerides) from coconut are the famed fit-body fats that support an efficient metabolism, providing a sustained source of smooth, clean energy.
Steeped in a rich cultural history, our open-pollinated maca is sourced from an indigenous Peruvian community native to the Lake Junin area. The maca is grown at an altitude of 13,000 ft and hand harvested by family farms with generations of cultivation practice with this beloved herb.
- Ethical trade
- Traditional cultivation
- Generations of family farms