Genmacha is a type of green tea flavored with roasted rice. Lightly toasted rice grains soften the pungency of fresh Japanese sencha (green tea), and genmacha warms you up nicely in cold weather. This tea is suitable for evening tea drinking, as it has a not too strong tonic effect. Genmacha will not only quench your thirst, but also a slight hunger.

    Ryokucha is high in catechins and amino acids. Catechins are organic substances from the group of flavonoids. They are polyphenolic compounds and are strong antioxidants. Catechin has antioxidant properties and has an antiviral effect. It also protects the body from cancer by preventing cancer cells from developing. In addition, catechin has the ability to lower cholesterol levels, that is, it helps to cleanse blood vessels from cholesterol plaques and improves blood flow throughout the body. According to a number of studies, catechin prevents heart attacks, blood clots, and even heart failure. Catechin also protects the entire body from free radicals and other environmental toxins. Catechin has antioxidant properties 25-100 times stronger than vitamin C.

    A pack of tea contains 3068 mg of catechin.

    Brewing recommendations: Infuse one stick with 200 ml of hot (~80C) or cold water.

    Pack: 100 pcs. (0.5g *100) individual sticks
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