All the Benefits. No
Compromise

All the Benefits. No
Compromise

matcha
High in antioxidants
Can calm
nerves
matcha
Helpful for
weight loss
matcha
May promote
heart health
matcha
High in antioxidants
Can calm
nerves
matcha
Helpful for
weight loss
matcha
May promote
heart health

What our customers think

“I have had organic powders Matcha to replace coffee for the past four weeks, and I feel great.”

– Harry Vincent
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A Healthy Drink that Contains Caffeine Without the Drawbacks of Coffee.

While coffee and matcha have health benefits, matcha is better overall and has fewer potential side effects. It’s gentler on the body and is good for you in many ways.

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What Makes Matcha
so Good?

What Makes Matcha
so Good?

High in Antioxidants

A diet high in antioxidants may reduce the risk of many diseases (including heart disease and certain cancers).

Antioxidants scavenge free radicals from the body cells and prevent or reduce the damage caused by oxidation*. 

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May Help Protect your Liver 

The liver is vital to health and plays a central role in flushing out toxins, metabolizing drugs, and processing nutrients.

Studies have found that drinking green tea was associated with a decreased risk of liver disease*, and may help protect the health of your liver*.

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Boosts Brain Function

Research shows that several of the components in matcha could help enhance brain function.*

Matcha also contains a compound called L-theanine, which alters the effects of caffeine, promoting alertness and helping avoid the crash in energy levels that can follow caffeine consumption.*

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May Promote Heart Health

Some research has suggested that drinking green tea, which has a similar nutrient profile to matcha, may help protect against heart disease.*

Green tea consumption has been linked with a lower risk of cardiovascular disease, compared with coffee, and some studies have suggested it might help lower the risk of high blood pressure and other complications in people with heart disease.*

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May help Prevent Cancer

Matcha contains some compounds that have been linked to cancer prevention in studies.

For instance, matcha is high in epigallocatechin-3-gallate (EGCG), a type of catechin that may have powerful anti-cancer properties.

Some laboratory studies have suggested it may help prevent some types of cancer.*

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Helps you Lose Weight

Green tea is well known for its ability to enhance weight loss and is often featured in weight loss supplements.

A recent review concluded that, together with dietary measures and exercise, taking up to 500 mg of green tea per day for 12 weeks might reduce body mass index.*

Although most studies have focused on green tea, Matcha comes from the same plant and contains similar compounds.

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Matcha is Easy to Prepare

There are many ways to enjoy matcha.

You can make traditional matcha tea by sifting 1–2 teaspoons (2–4 grams) of matcha powder into your cup, adding 2 ounces (59 ml) of hot water, and mixing it with a bamboo whisk.

You can also adjust the powder-to-water ratio based on your preferred consistency.

Reduce the powder to a half teaspoon (1 g) for a thinner tea and mix with 3–4 ounces (89–118 ml) of hot water.

For a more concentrated version, combine 2 teaspoons (4 g) of powder with just 1 ounce (30 ml) of water.

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