Why Matcha?  Matcha tea contains 1/3 of the caffeine compared to coffee. Get clean and sustainable energy without nervousness.  What is Matcha?  Matcha is finely ground green tea leaf traditionally consumed to boost energy and promote concentration. Unlike other teas where only an extract is consumed, with matcha, the entire leaf is ingested, providing not only caffeine but also a whole cup of amino acids, nutrients, and chlorophyll. Energy without jitters, concentration without nervousness.  NUTRIENTS AND MINERALS  Matcha contains a variety of nutrients and amino acids such as L-theanine, vitamin C and E, chlorophyll, and EGCG.L-Theanine One of the most beneficial amino acids for mental health is L-theanine, exclusively found in products related to matcha. This compound enhances your mind's ability to handle stress and is responsible for energy balance.  Vitamin C This powerful nutrient is one of the most important antioxidants for skin health, natural immunity, and has been discovered to strengthen the cardiovascular system. From cultivation to milling, our matcha is protected from oxidation through proper storage and handling.Vitamin E An antioxidant with an essential role in maintaining overall health. Vitamin E is an important nutrient for blood, brain, and skin health. The fresher the matcha, the higher the levels of antioxidants and nutrients available, such as Vitamin E.  Chlorophyll Known for its incredible skin-healing properties, chlorophyll is rich in vitamins A, C, and E, playing a crucial role in keeping the body's largest organ, the skin, healthy. Our matcha tea is full of chlorophyll and is organically cultivated without the use of pesticides.  EGCG The catechin with higher levels in matcha is EGCG. This unique plant compound has been shown to combat inflammation, protect the brain, and have a positive impact on heart health.Matcha tea offers a healthy alternative to coffee, providing notable health benefits. Rich in antioxidants, especially vitamin E, matcha promotes skin health and combats aging. Additionally, it contains L-theanine, an amino acid that enhances stress management and promotes energy balance. On the other hand, coffee, while energizing, may have side effects such as nervousness, insomnia, and stomach acidity, in addition to causing energy spikes and crashes. The choice between matcha tea and coffee may depend on individual preferences and wellness goals.More Energy Caffeine alone is not perfect. But Matcha, unlike coffee, contains caffeine and an amino acid called L-theanine. This combination provides a stable and lasting energy boost without nervousness and anxious crashes. A cup of coffee gives you between 1 and 3 hours of energy, while a cup of matcha provides you with between 6 and 7 hours!  Immune System Support Matcha has anti-inflammatory benefits, and the vitamin E found in matcha can protect your appearance from age-related damage by maintaining the health of your skin, hair, and nails. Magnesium, which fights inflammation and is known to support the immune system, promote relaxation, and increase bone strength, is abundant in matcha.  Brain Energy Boost Matcha is great for the mind. It is packed with caffeine, L-theanine, EGCG, and other amino acids that stimulate the brain. These components have been shown to enhance overall cognitive functions, promoting attention, concentration, mood, and energy.


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