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Protocol - Stevia Reb non-bitter Pwd Sweet - 1 oz
SKU: PLB-P6960    UPC: 707359169609

Protocol - Stevia Reb non-bitter Pwd Sweet - 1 oz

Manufacturer's Suggested Retail Price:  $12.00  MSRP
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SUGGESTED USAGE: As a dietary supplement, take 1/2 to 1 level scoop as desired.

This natural herbal extract is intended for dietary supplement purposes only. Stevia rebaudiana is a natural herb that grows in Asia and South America.

Stevia Extract contains no sugar, salt, yeast, wheat, gluten, soy, milk, egg or preservatives.

Supplement Facts
Serving Size: 1 Level Scoop

Amount Per Serving % Daily Value
Stevia Extract Powder (Stevia rebaudiana) (Leaf) 45 mg
(min. 80% Glucosylsteviosides)
* Percent Daily Values are based on 2,000 calorie diet.
Daily Value not established.


HISTORY: Stevia is a small perennial plant native to Central and South America with a longand storied history. The spanish conquistadors are credited with Stevias initial discoveryduring their sixteenth century exploration of Central America. They reported that the nativesused the leaves of this herb to counteract the bitter taste of a popular community drink, mate,and also used it as an herbal remedy for various ailments.

Antonio Bertoni, a South American scientist, is credited with the modern recording of Steviain 1887, when he first observed Indians of the Guarani tribe of Paraguay use it to flavor bittertribal beverages. Bertoni erroneously classified Stevia as a member of the daisy family, butit was later re-assigned to the chrysanthemum family in 1905. Twenty-five years later, twoFrench chemists conducting research on Stevia isolated the chemical constituent responsiblefor Stevias flavorful properties and named it stevioside.

Today, Stevia is cultivated in over a dozen countries worldwide. It is a major export productand is widely used in countries such as China, Brazil, North and South Korea, Taiwan, Israel,Paraguay and Malaysia. Stevia has also been grown successfully in California, southernOntario, Canada and even southern England. Although there are several different species ofStevia, the most potent and effective seems to be Stevia rebaudiana, and this species is usedin most dietary supplements on the market today.

These products have been treated with plant enzymes to reduce any bitter aftertaste.

A sweet secret cannot be kept forever!

No Aftertaste
Great Natural Herb Taste
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Cautions and Interactions
There are no known interactions with Stevia.
The statements included above have not been evaluated by the FDA or Total Health. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.

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