Matcha Super Green - Loose Leaf 1.76 oz.
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Loose Leaf Tea
by Rishi Tea
An energizing blend of matcha and sencha with a deep sweetness and smooth umami richness.
Green Tea is regarded as the healthiest form of tea, due to its detoxifying and antioxidant properties as well as its fat-burning ability. Decades of substantial research show that green tea may hold a variety of healing and health boosting properties. Here are just a few of the many health benefits of green tea.
*Green tea contains antioxidants called catechins and polyphenols which are known to slow the inflammatory response associated with damaged DNA, high cholesterol and other inflammatory related illnesses.
*Green tea is known to cleanse the liver and to support healthy liver function.
*Green Tea has been shown to aid the body in its ability to burn off harmful forms of fat, preventing fat from laying stagnant in the blood stream.
*Green tea extract has been shown to be effective in both the prevention and reduction of weight gain.
*Green tea is a well-known digestive stimulant. It reduces intestinal gas and may even aid in controlling inflammation-based digestive disorders.
*Green tea has been researched to counteract the response typically associated with inflammatory diseases like arthritis.
*Green tea may act as an overall immune booster. Chemicals in green tea have been used to reduce cold and flu symptoms.
Matcha is a form of green tea that incorporates the entire green tea leaf.
The best way to take total advantage of green tea's full potential is to consume the entire green tea leaf.
* Matcha is known to be an energy booster. Research has found that this energy boost is not on account of the caffeine in matcha, but actually on account of the combination of matchas natural properties.
* Matcha is calorie free and is also known to boost metabolism and burn fat.
* Matcha is also known as an excellent detoxifier. Chlorophyll is a powerful detoxifier, helping to eliminate both chemicals and heavy metals from the body.
Matcha is rich in:
* L-Theanine, an amino acid that helps promote a state of relaxation and well-being by acting upon the brain's functioning. It has also been known to help memory, concentration and learning ability while inhibiting any possible side-effects from caffeine, a natural component of green tea.
* L-Theanine is common in all teas, matcha may contain up to 5 times more than common black and green teas.
*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. These statements are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.
Organic Sencha Green Tea, Organic Matcha Green Tea
Origin: Krishima Mountain Region in Southern Japan
Brewing Instructions for Loose Leaf Tea:
Water Temperature: 160 - 190°F (boiling)
Leaf to Water Ratio: 1 tablespoon per 8 ounces
Infusion Time: 5–6 minutes
We encourage you to experiment with the quantity of tea leaves and the length of the infusion time to find your desired brew strength.
Varying the water temperature isn't recommended, as water that is too hot will over-extract the bitter components of tea, while water that is too cool might not fully draw out the aromas and flavors of tea.