About Matcha

Matcha has been used for thousands of years by zen monks and samurai and is the national drink in Japan. It is a natural remedy and its benefits are manifold.
Matcha Benefits
Energy Booster

Unlike coffee, Matcha tea does not cause any jitters or crashes instead results in a boost of calm and focused energy over 4-6 hours [source]

Rejuvenation Ritual

Studies suggest that Matcha green tea can be a helpful component of skincare rituals and has been traditionally used as a natural remedy for rejuvenated skin over centuries.[source]

Meditation Buddy

Matcha is a great companion for yoga or meditation. Its constituent L-Theanine, a rare amino acid, is a known stimulator of the alpha waves in the brain that promotes a state of relaxation and well-being. [source]

Weight Management Stimulator

Studies suggest that Catechins may have the potential of reducing body fats and LDL (the 'bad' cholesterol) [source]

Mood Enhancer

Matcha tea is rapidly gaining popularity throughout the world in recent years due to its manifold benefits and is referred to as a mood-and-brain food by the avid matcha drinkers. [source]

Bodyguard

The abundance of the antioxidant, EGCG Catechin, is present in the green tea leaves. EGCG Catechins are known for its many health benefits, including fighting cell damage caused by free radicals. This cell damage is associated with aging and several diseases. [source] 

MATCHA TEA IS RICH IN L-THEANINE, A RARE AMINO ACID THAT STIMULATES THE ALPHA WAVES IN THE BRAIN AND PROMOTES A STATE OF RELAXATION AND WELL-BEING

The Preparation
Step 1:

Add one gram of matcha in a bowl.

Step 2:

Press down and whisk lightly to break any clumps.

Step 3:

Add Around 80ML (80’C) Hot (Not boiling) Water.

Step 4:

Briskly Whisk in a “W” or “M” Form Until Frothy.