Karuah ChancaPlus™


Karuah ChancaPlus™ is an alternative to coffee or tealeaf tea and is a rich source of phytonutrients that may support a healthy calcium-magnesium balance.

Drink it daily as a herb tea or tisane adding a slice of lemon and some juice squeezed in too.

An option is to add it to a non-dairy smoothie. See the description below for the recipe:

Karuah ChancaPlus™ is a rich source of phytonutrients that may support a healthy calcium-magnesium balance.

Holy Trinity to Health Smoothie

Serves 1

To a Ninja or similar blender add:

100ml organic almond milk (no added calcium)
½ to 1 scoop of KAM
1 heaped teaspoonful of LIFE
1 level teaspoonful of ChancaPlus™
a heaped teaspoonful of a good quality, sugar-free cocoa (I use Nestle’s Plaistowe dark cocoa from Woolworths cooking ingredient section – bottom shelf usually)
½ teaspoon of Raw Earth Monkfruit and Stevia non-sugar sweetener (or a quality stevia sweetener as stevia is also an antioxidant)
a small banana and/or some mixed berries (for sweetness and juice, not phytonutrients as they don’t have many)
top up the blender with a little water to make around 200ml of smoothie

Blend and enjoy

You can also make your own almond milk using an Almond Cow or you can use the blender for this too: See https://frommybowl.com/almond-cow-blender-review/.

You will end up with the nut meal left over and can add about ½ cup of this to thicken the smoothie too.

However, if you are looking for more of a ‘clean up’ because you found us searching Google for a solution to a very painful situation that might be felt just behind the lower ribs in your back, then a cup every 6 to 8 hours is a good idea. You might need to maintain this for up to a day and a half. Feel free to contact us for more information. Drink lots of water too as Karuah ChancaPlus™ tea has a diuretic effect.

This is particularly true if you tend to drink lots of coffee throughout the day or you eat a lot of the food sources of calcium (see below).

Scientific research tells us that calcium salts which include calcium oxalate, calcium urate, calcium phosphate and calcium cholesterol are commonly deposited in our soft tissues and blood vessels. This is due to our modern diet as we rely on fewer and fewer food species, on food fragments and almost daily consumption of lots of calcium from pharmaceuticals, bakery preservatives, dairy products, sesame seed products (eg tahini) and high oxalate leafy greens (spinach, silverbeet), miso soup, French fries, sweet potatoes … the list goes on.

By way of academic interest only, chanca piedra has a long history of use among a range of traditional cultures from Ayurvedic Indians on the subcontinent to Peruvian Indians in the Amazon. The herb appears to offer many applications for health maintenance but its ability to gelatinize calcium deposits makes it a sort of a soft tissue rust remover.

The main ingredient in ChancaPlus™ is the focus in this short history of uses of Chanca piedra.

Please note: We do not offer Karuah ChancaPlus™ as a drug or therapeutic of any kind and the following comments have not been approved by any regulatory body as we do not claim our products treat, mitigate or cure any diagnosed illness or medical condition. If in doubt, consult your sick care provider or seek informed opinion. Peer-reviewed academic articles are your best source of the latest information.

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