THE BENEFITS OF
DID YOU KNOW?
There are many benefits to drinking Matcha!
Whether you’re brand new or a seasoned matcha connoisseur, we know you’ll find something new and interesting about the wonderful world of matcha tea right here.
WHAT IS MATCHA?
Matcha tea is powdered green tea that is uniquely grown, harvested and processed. Just one cup of high quality matcha contains the nutrient value of 10 cups of regular green tea.
The best matcha is made in Japan from young, shade-grown tea leaves that are hand-picked, lightly steamed, air-dried and slowly stone-ground into an ultra fine powder.
FAQ'S LIST :
What makes matcha so healthy?
Matcha drinkers consume the entire tea leaf not just an infusion of teabag tea. With teabags, you steep the tea leaves in their little bag then throw them away. You lose all the important nutrients those leaves still contain. With matcha tea, you consume the entire tea leaf (in powder form) along with all the abundant nutrients the plant has to offer.
Boosts Brain Function
L-theanine has also been shown to increase alpha wave activity in the brain, which may help induce relaxation and decrease stress levels.
High in antioxidants
Including matcha in your diet could increase your antioxidant intake, which may help prevent cell damage and even lower your risk of several chronic disease.
What are the nutrients in matcha?
L-theanine is an amino acid shown to reduce stress and improve cognitive performance. It’s unique to tea and uniquely abundant in matcha tea. As a bonus, matcha’s natural caffeine works in harmony with this amazing amino acid to create a sense of relaxed alertness without the caffeine jitters.
Whenever you need to focus or calm your mind, reach for a cup of high quality matcha tea. Our Tea Lover’s and Barista’s Matcha contain more L-theanine than any other matcha in their price range.
Catechins like the powerhouse EGCG are the focus of most green tea studies because of their positive effects on a wide range of health issues.
Caffeine in matcha is similar to the caffeine in coffee but there’s less of it. Matcha contains about half the caffeine coffee does. Not surprisingly, its effects are noticeably less intense.
Helps you loose weight
Green Tea can kill bacteria
The catechins in green tea may inhibit the growth of bacteria and some viruses. This can lower the risk of infections and lead to improvements in dental health, a lower risk of caries and reduced bad breath.