Peruvian Coca Leaf Powder this Peruvian Coca Leaf Powder / Flour is the purest and and the healthiest micropulverized coca powder on the market. It’s cultivated and procesed and Made in Peru by Enaco, a national government company.
Special Offer: Buying 10 Kg of “Delisse” Coca Powder, you will receive 2 Kg for free along with the Order. TOTAL: 12 kg
Note: Coca leaf flour is very popular in Peru. Traditional medical uses of coca are mainly as a stimulant to overcome fatigue, hunger, and thirst.
Peruvian Coca Leaf Powder It has positive effects for the Digestive System: Flatulence control, effective in cases of gastritis, prevents diarrhea, regulates the lipids metabolism and bad carbohydrates, is a dietary product and dietetic. It has beneficial effect for the Respiratory System: Stimulates a proper respiratory, prevents vertigo and vomit.
Prevent altitude syndrome (mountain sickness). Help for the Motor Nerve System, fights arthritis, rheumatism etc. Helps to recover physical strength and vital energy. Reduces stress. Controls vocal cords fatigue. It has an effective antiseptic and analgesic action. Helps in cases of alcohol poisoning.
Contains minerals like calcium, iron, sodium, potassium, vitamins and energy elements.
Peruvian Coca Leaf Powder Keep the container tightly closed and store it in a cool, dry place protected from light.
The Coca Powdered Delisse, has no side effects if it is given within the correct dose. The information displayed in this page is not intended to be a medical diagnose by no means. coca tea and candy in Peru
If people make a plant product into candy, chocolates, and tea, can it really be all that bad?
Well, if you’re U.S. Customs, yes, but for people in the Andes, the coca leaf is life.
If you don’t process it into white powder, the coca leaf is a pretty innocent little item. Our heavy handed government can’t make the distinction, of course, so if you bring the items pictured at the top back in your suitcase, you could get into trouble and be delayed.
I was reminded of this recently when I came through the Houston airport and saw 8 boxes of coca tea sitting in the TSA confiscation area. I’m hoping nothing worse happened to the offenders, but for all I know they ended up in a locked room for a while. This followed at trip in the fall to northern Argentina, a trip where my driver had a wad of the coca leaves in his cheek the entire three-day tour.