Matcha is the most effective way to experience the amazing matcha tea benefits. What separates ceremonial organic Matcha apart from other green teas is that Matcha is a whole food superfood that truly touches every aspect of the body. It makes a great green tea latte or it can be enjoyed in the classic tradition; for both the mind and the body.
A cup of Matcha, either ceremonial style or enjoyed as a green tea latte brings mental concentration, emotional stability, composure of mind, and physical well being.
Below is a nutritional breakdown of the key ingredients in our organic Matcha green tea.One serving of Matcha green tea (1gr - 1/2tsp) yields approximately the following nutrients naturally:NutrientsEnergy 3.24 Calories Polyphenols 100mgProtein 306mg Lipids 50mgCarbohydrates 385 mgTea Caffeine 25 mgDietary Fiber 385 mg Theophylline 0.42 mgORAC Units 1384 Total Amino Acids 272 mgVitamins & MineralsVitamin A Carotene 595 mg Calcium 4.2 mgVitamin A Retinol Equiv. 99.17 mgMagnesium 2.3 mgVitamin B1 .06 mg Potassium 27 mgVitamin B2 .0135 mgPhosphorus 3.5 mgVitamin B6 .009 mg Iron .17 mgVitamin C .6 mgSodium .06 mgVitamin E .281 mgZinc .063 mgVitamin K 29 mcgCopper .006 mgMatcha green tea contains over 10 times the nutrients when compared to Traditional Green, White, Black, Rooibos and Yerba Mate teas as well as when compared to popular fruits and vegetables.
What is Matcha and why should I drink Matcha?
Matcha green tea is known as the “Ceremonial Tea” in Japan and is ritualized in the traditional Japanese tea ceremony that demands a premium and pure tea for overall clarity and to enable focus in meditation. Most immediately, Matcha is an amazing source of energy.
We all operate at different energy levels based on our respective lifestyles and schedules. Matcha has a keen way of not interfering with energy, like coffee or other caffeinated beverages. It flows more naturally—adapting to us rather than requiring us to adapt to it.
Although Matcha is a relative to traditional steeped green tea leaves, this is not your common green tea. You can think of Matcha as a whole food, a premium source packed with so many vitamins, minerals, nutrients, antioxidants and amino acids that it conspires to sustain your body energetically and nutritionally for hours at a time.
Matcha’s root function enables sustained energy and endurance, which helps activate the metabolism. More broadly, Matcha is beneficial for those with high blood pressure, and is a cross-functional superfood — battling disorders such as diabetes, obesity, digestive snags—enabling cleansing and regularity, and absolutely can bring your mood out of the depths of minor depression and anxiety—actually providing a natural euphoria without the side-effects of coffee or energy drinks. The most important difference between Matcha and other traditional daily drinks is that it is pure energy, rather than a compromised acidic energy, that is inherent in the coffees and sugar-laced drinks so common in typical commercial cafe. An acidic state wears down the bodily systems over time and sets the body up for failure rather than the success we all strive for .