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Growin Stevia

Stevia is a small plant native to Paraguay and Brazil It was discovered in 1887 by a South American scientist named Antonio Bertoni who learned of the herb from the Guarani Paraguayan Indians Stevia was known locally as Caa'-ehe or Kaa'-he-e which means "sweet herb" or "honey leaf."
It is the world's only all-natural sweetener with zero calories, zero carbohydrates and a zero glycemic index.
These attributes make Stevia a good alternative to sugar or chemical sweeteners. Especially popular as a sweetener for coffees and teas, Stevia can also be used in cooking and baking, helping you reduce your calorie intake and stay healthy.