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Can You Really Have More "Alert Energy" And More "Calming Clarity" At The Same Time?

Matcha green tea helps to stimulate an alert, presence of mind while producing a calm, meditative state of well-being.


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If you are looking for an all natural product that produces almost unstoppable energy levels and yet keeps you calm at the same time... then this will be a truly exciting message.

Here is why:

For hundreds of years, people in Japanese tea ceremonies have used this finely ground, concentrated form of green tea. Its numerous health benefits have made it known, even famous worldwide. It can also promote weight loss, improve exercise performance, and boost metabolism.

With its rich, distinct flavor and numerous health benefits, matcha is the perfect choice for anyone looking to improve their health and well-being. You can enjoy matcha’s enchanting taste and perhaps even take your health to the next level!

Matcha is a form of green tea that has become very popular because of its remarkable biochemical health benefits. Matcha also contains high levels of catechins, an antioxidant known to reduce inflammation, help fight cancer, and improve heart health. Matcha is one of today’s trendiest beverages, and its health benefits are nothing short of remarkable!

Matcha has much higher level of catechins, polyphenols, and antioxidants than regular green tea, which enhances its fat-burning properties. Matcha also has a higher level of chlorophyll because of the special shading process before harvest. High chlorophyll means better detoxifying properties!

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Advocated by top nutritionists, researchers, and athletes, matcha is a green tea in a class of its own. Matcha is superior to other teas as both a fat-burner and cancer-fighter.

In fact, several studies have shown that certain chemical compounds in matcha may neutralize harmful free radicals, enhance your body’s natural detoxification systems and help induce cancer cell death.

Okay... what exactly is Matcha Green Tea?

Matcha is a concentrated powdered form of green tea used for centuries in Japan and China. The word “matcha” and its pronunciation (maa-chuh) come from Japanese words meaning “ground” and “tea.”

The leaves of Camellia Sinensis, an evergreen shrub of the Theaceae family, are used to make matcha green tea.

Matcha farmers take special care to shade the leaves before harvest to maximize potency!

Farmers carefully shade these specific tea plants, used to make matcha, for two weeks to a month in order to maximize levels of chlorophyll before they harvest the leaves. Then, after gathering the leaves, they undergo steaming, drying, and grinding by workers to turn them into a fine powder.

Matcha (unlike other types of tea) contains all of the tea leaves, providing a more concentrated source of the tea’s important constituents. Matcha has a distinct and wonderful flavor, which makes drinking it quite easy.

Now, the secret behind matcha tea’s super strength is its polyphenol compounds called “catechins” which is an antioxidant found in a few other super-foods like apples and cocoa.

The best part? Matcha is even more “catechin-dense” than most other super-foods! And, as you might expect, the benefits of matcha tea get better as you drink it regularly. Potential benefits include improved heart health, lower blood sugar levels, and increased weight loss.

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Major Benefits

1. Matcha May Help Prevent Cancer

University studies have shown that green tea consumption could potentially reduce cancer risk. Studies have shown that matcha green tea can benefit specific cancers, including:

Bladder cancer: A study involving 882 women demonstrated that consuming matcha was associated with a significant reduction in the risk of bladder cancer.

· Breast cancer: A meta-analysis of multiple observational studies found that women who drank the most matcha had a 22 percent lower risk of developing breast cancer.

· Colon and rectal cancers: A study of 69,710 Chinese women aged 40 to 70 years old found that matcha green tea drinkers had a 57 percent lower risk of colorectal cancer.

· Prostate cancer: One significant study in Japan found that Japanese men who used green tea each day had a much lower risk of developing prostate cancer (by 48 percent).

2. Matcha May Enhance Weight Loss Efforts! 

Let’s face it: when it comes to losing weight, there are no quick fixes. However, Matcha green tea could be a useful tool in the fight because of the unique combination of nutritional chemicals such as catechins, polyphenols and "clean caffeine" packed inside each tea leaf. These compounds have been linked to numerous health benefits, including weight loss.

It’s important to know that studies have shown Matcha to burn fat by increasing metabolism. Even better, Matcha seems to trigger the metabolism of fats that are typically difficult to access. At the same time, Matcha encourages higher-energy workouts, so you get a two-pronged approach to shedding unwanted fat.

Perhaps the best part about Matcha though… is that it won’t jack you up… so that you end up increasing cortisol levels and blood pressure. A good weight loss program will avoid increased blood pressure and high cortisol levels because high cortisol levels will actually keep you from losing weight. And high blood pressure levels are just plain dangerous. Fortunately, what you do get is safe increases in thermogenesis with Matcha.

Remember, thermogenesis is the rate at which your body burns calories. A study in the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition demonstrated conclusively that Matcha green tea powder increases thermogenesis by up to 43 percent, which is a huge advantage if you set rigorous weight loss goals.

3. Matcha Can Super-Charge

 Exercise Performance!

Several clinical tests suggest matcha green tea can help speed up muscle recovery in athletes whose focus is high-intensity workouts.

Additionally, studies have shown its ability to reverse cellular damage caused by oxidative stress, which could help prevent muscle and tissue damage.

One interesting animal study published in Basic and Clinical Pharmacology and Toxicology found that feeding matcha to mice who have chronic fatigue syndrome helped reduce markers of inflamation and oxidative stress induced by exercise.

Meanwhile, other studies show that pairing green tea with physical activity can increase energy expenditure, reduce muscle damage, enhance endurance as well as increase fat burning potential.

4. Matcha Is The Best Source For

Disease-Fighting Catechins!

Catechins are crucial for strong immune health!

According to Harvard Medical School research, matcha is one of the single best food sources of a group of antioxidants known as catechins.

Catechins surpass vitamins C and E in potency for stopping cell oxidative damage, according to studies. Antioxidants, like catechins, play a crucial role in human health. Studies additionally show that they could help protect against some chronic conditions like diabetes, cancer and heart disease.

Analysis also shows that matcha tea is significantly higher in catechins than other types of tea, such as regular green tea.

In one study conducted at the University of Colorado, researchers reported that “the concentration of EGCG available from drinking matcha is up to 137 times greater than the amount of EGCG available from some green teas, and at least three times higher than the largest literature value for other green teas.”

5. High Levels Of L-Theanine

For An Alert-Calm! 

The unique synergy between L-theanine and caffeine in Matcha combines to induce an "alert calm" feeling.

When you drink matcha green tea, you increase levels of L-theanine and promote alpha brain waves at the same time, which lead to an incredible, totally alert yet relaxed and calm state.

Importantly, L-theanine increases dopamine levels and increasing GABA (gamma-aminobutyric acid) in the brain, which could also benefit conditions like anxiety.

The higher content of L-theanine in matcha tea is attributed to the specialized techniques and careful conditions in which it is grown, according to researchers.

6. May Reduce The Risk Of Heart Disease And Hypertension

High in antioxidants and catechins, some studies show that green tea may help reduce the risk of heart problems.

One study of over 40,000 people found that those who drank over five cups of green tea daily had a 26 percent lower risk of death from heart attack or stroke compared to those who drank less than one cup of green tea daily.

Other studies have found that green tea consumption could help lower cholesterol levels and reduce blood pressure to protect against heart disease.

7. May Lower The Risk Of Type 2 Diabetes

Making a few healthy changes to your diet and lifestyle is one of the best ways to prevent type 2 diabetes, and some research suggests that adding matcha to your routine may be especially beneficial.

For instance, one study published in the Annals of Internal Medicine found that consumption of green tea was associated with a lower risk of developing diabetes after adjusting for age, sex, body mass index, and other risk factors.

Another study published in the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition found that green tea consumption decreased blood sugar levels and improved long-term blood sugar control. Not only that, but green tea also led to a significant reduction in insulin levels.

8. Detoxifies The Body  

Matcha’s rich green color is the result of its high chlorophyll levels. Chlorophyll is a type of plant pigment responsible for the absorption of light in the process of photosynthesis, which creates energy.

Because matcha is carefully shade-grown, it is significantly richer in chlorophyll than other teas.

Besides giving matcha its brilliant and quite vibrant green hue, the chlorophyll in matcha could also help with detoxification. That means matcha can help with the elimination of unwanted heavy metals, dangerous toxins and other unwanted chemicals.

This makes drinking matcha green tea daily an excellent detox beverage, which supports your body’s natural ability to detoxify. It’s also an easy way to boost your intake of chlorophyll.

9. Skin Care Miracle? 

Matcha powder can be made into very effective face masks!

Matcha's high antioxidant levels makes it an effective ingredient for protecting, calming, and purifying the skin. This is partly due to the presence of catechins, some of the strongest antioxidants in nature.

Matcha contains an exceptionally high amount of EGCG. This highly-venerated antioxidant has been studied extensively for its beneficial effects on the skin and is believed to help fight free radical damage caused by major skin stressors, such as environmental pollution and UV rays.

Adding matcha to your skincare routine is a great idea, thanks to its remarkable antioxidant properties. Whether you drink it daily for an antioxidant boost or to create a calming DIY facemask, matcha can be a fantastic addition to your skincare regimen.

As mentioned previously, matcha contains significant amounts of polyphenol epigallocatechin gallate (EGCG). In fact, one study demonstrated that matcha is 137x higher in EGCG levels than regular green tea. Remember, EGCG is the same antioxidant that is generally thought to fight free radical damage from environmental skin stressors, such as UV rays (and possibly pollution, too).

For skincare, you might conclude that it’s a no-brainier to squeeze matcha into your routine anywhere – whether as a daily drink or as a DIY-calming matcha face-mask a few times a week.

Key Matcha Green Tea Research Studies

Note: while the studies listed below are compelling, they do not... in and of themselves... guarantee that organic Matcha powder (premium version or otherwise) will provide treatment for or will cure any disease or illness. The FDA or any government agency have not approved this product as a medicine, treatment or cure for any disease. Always see a competent healthcare provider if you are sick.

Matcha Green Tea History Begins In Ancient China

Matcha Tea Continues To Be A Ceremonial Favorite in Many Cultures.

Matcha was first consumed by Buddhist monks a thousand years ago. These monks discovered that the tea’s energizing and calming effects helped them stay awake and focused during long meditation sessions. They believed matcha tea was a heavenly gift, enhancing their spiritual awareness and connection.

Later, matcha quickly spread to Japan in the late twelve century when the Buddhist monk Eisai brought it from China. Eisai had traveled to China to study Buddhism and learned about the health benefits of matcha tea from Chinese monks. He brought the tea back to Japan and introduced it to other monks.

The monk Eisai is credited with bringing Matcha to Japan from China

Japan quickly adopted matcha tea and elevated it's use to an art form, utilizing it in Japanese tea ceremonies. These ceremonies continue to remain essential to Japanese cultural heritage, symbolizing respect, harmony, and tranquility.
It's clear that matcha tea has deep roots in Buddhist spirituality, Chinese culture, and Japanese heritage, making it a popular and culturally significant beverage worldwide.

Matcha tea’s journey from China to Japan marked a significant moment in the history of tea drinking. Today, it continues to be embraced by people worldwide who appreciate its unique taste and rich cultural significance.

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Match green tea is graded by it's intended use as well as quality.

Ceremonial Grade:

The most exclusive grade, known as “ceremonial grade,” is a product of young-growth leaves only. It has a vibrant green color and a sweet flavor depending on the region it is grown in. Some varieties of ceremonial grade Matcha are ground by hand (counter-clockwise only) on a special stone mill. Priced at $20.00 to $40.00 an ounce, it’s a costly delicacy not meant for everyday consumption, but rather, as its name suggests, a treasure reserved for special tea ceremonies. I heard Dr. Weil tell Joe Rogan a while back that a bowl of the highest grade ceremonial tea costs $100.00 in Japan. For one bowel? Wow, right!

Culinary Grade:

On the other end of the spectrum, there’s the versatile “culinary” grade. Crafted from older leaves, it’s a perfect companion for baking and cooking endeavors. While it may have a rather strong taste for some, the taste can be covered with other cooking ingredients, so it won’t be noticed. A bit of a warning here. A lot of culinary grade Match green tea is sold on the internet as a higher grade than it is. The price ranges from $1.00 to $3.00 an ounce on Amazon and other sites. Matcha cultivators and tea suppliers also tell me that culinary grade Matcha also contains a lot less polyphenols, catechins and antioxidants than premium or ceremonial grades. Bottom line: Low priced "culinary" Matcha is therefore less potent and can provide fewer health benefits than the other two grades.

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Now, let’s talk about the Grade that has won my heart and taste buds... the Premium Grade. It may not have been made with the youngest leaves like ceremonial tea, but it offers a delightful flavor. It’s rich, smooth, with just a hint of sweetness. Some say it has a touch of nuttiness, but I must admit, I can’t quite detect it.

I can tell you that it’s creamy and bright green, much like ceremonial grade, but with a slightly more earthy note. Yet, it’s still wonderfully refreshing! Lastly, you really don't need a whisker if your just looking to get the benefits of ingesting this matcha tea. It mixes easily with just a spoon!

Here’s the bottom line: Premium grade matcha is great for every day drinking as well as cooking. It's still "super potent" like ceremonial grade... but ordinary folks like you and me can still drink it without breaking the bank. You really do get the best of both worlds and it’s sold at a price you can afford. (see below for great pricing!)

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One More Thing. It's Important!

Premium grade Matcha green tea powder sells for around $7.00 - $15.00 an ounce on Amazon and other online stores. Remember lower priced "culinary grade" Matcha powder is easy to spot. It's cheaper. That's because culinary grade makes use of older leaves that are not as chemically powerful.

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