The Health Benefits of
Matcha  Tea

​Powerful Herbal Teas Unleashed...

Part #1

The Health Benefits of Matcha Tea

Matcha tea is an iconic beverage in Japan, and was brought to the country in 1911 from China. It is a special and unique type of tea that works as a wonderful choice for health conscious people who are interested in herbalism or simply looking for ways to improve their well being. The highest quality Matcha beverage has the best flavor and can yield optimal benefits for health – which are quite impressive.

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Combats stress:

Matcha tea is well known that the body produces the hormones adrenaline and cortisol during times of stress. When in small levels for a short time period, these hormones are okay for the body. However, modern times have exposed the body to constant stress and these hormones wreak havoc on the system due to long-term exposure. Matcha tea is rich in L-Theanine, which fights stress and can have a calming impact on the body and mind. According to researchers, those who regularly consume Matcha can experience a reduction in stress hormones. If you feel too much stressed, you can have a cup of this beverage and get relief from stress.

Can stop premature aging:

The tea is high in antioxidants. According to research, this beverage has quite a few times the amount of antioxidants that can be found in wolfberries and blueberries, which are very popular among herbalism experts due to the high amounts of antioxidants that they have. Thus, having 1 – 2 cups of this beverage every day can be very useful for health. It is often impossible to have sufficient foods that are packed in antioxidants. Having Matcha beverage can be a good alternative.

Can fight neurodegenerative diseases:

Matcha tea is also rich in Epigallocatechin gallate (EGCG), which is a powerhouse of antioxidants. The concentration of EGCG is 3 times more than that of standard Green tea. The properties and benefits of EGCG have been studied well. The benefits of Epigallocatechin gallate are remedying various health conditions and diseases have been well-established and studied. These include neurodegenerative diseases like Alzheimer's and dementia, chronic fatigue syndrome, HIV, cancer and many more. 

Improvement in brain functioning:

Those who drink Matcha tea also report that they experience quicker and clearer thinking, improve the ability to concentrate for driving, working or studying. You can improve your memory to remember numbers and names, elevate awareness and alertness, boost the mood and experience a sense of euphoria when you drink this tea regularly.