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Related to yerba: yerba mate, yerba santa

yerba

(ˈjɛəbə; ˈjɜːbə) or

yerba maté

n
1. (Plants) another name for maté
2. (Cookery) another name for maté
[from Spanish yerba maté herb maté]
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There's the Alameda & Contra Costa Land Syndicate, the Consolidated Street Railways, the Yerba Buena Ferry Company, the United Water Company, the Piedmont Realty Company, the Fairview and Portola Hotel Company, and half a dozen more that I've got to refer to a notebook to remember.
The storehouses at Talcahuano had been burst open, and great bags of cotton, yerba, and other valuable merchandise were scattered on the shore.
This is different on the case of Kian,' Yerba said.
Organic start up Yuyo Drinks is on a mission to spread the word about yerba mate.
A recent news report on working and living conditions on yerba mate plantations in northeastern Argentina and a bill introduced before PARLASUR, the legislative body of the Southern Common Market (MERCOSUR), have turned new attention to labor law violations in Argentina and to the persistence of child labor in almost slave-like conditions, especially in rural areas.
Oligonychus yothersi (avocado red mite) is a polyphagous mite occurring in avocado, coffee, eucalyptus, mango, ornamental plants and yerba mate (MORAES & FLECHTMANN, 2008).
During 2015, the government kept price controls on yerba mate in place.
The tea is yerba mate, and its active ingredient is a caffeine-like compound called caffeoylquinic acid, or CQA.
Q: Is drinking yerba mate a better choice than other beverages?