Improves Brain Function. Boosts Metabolism. Antioxidant Rich.

The tea that was discovered by accident.


The origin of green tea traces all the way back to China in 2737 B.C.

It is said that green tea was discovered by accident when Chinese Emperor Shennong drank warm water and realized that a Camellia sinensis (tea) leaf had fallen into his cup mistakingly. He loved the refreshing flavor, and soon enough the discovery spread across the continents. Today it is the most commonly consumed beverage in the world. In countries such as Japan and China, tea and its presentation have become an art form.

According to ancient Chinese medicine, green tea is a powerful healing agent.

According to Scientific Research:

đŸŒ± Studies show that caffeine, a stimulant, and L-theanine, an amino acid, can have powerful effects in improving brain function.
đŸŒ± Green tea can boost metabolic rate and increase fat burning.
đŸŒ± Green tea is an excellent source of powerful antioxidants and can reduce risk of cancer by managing the growth of cells in your body.


Brew Tips:

Green tea is delicate so be sure not to steep it in overly hot water. We recommend adding 1 - 2 teaspoons of green tea per 8 oz of hot water (165℉ to 180℉) for 2 - 3 minutes.

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