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Genmai Cha Tea from Japan

Genmai Cha Tea from Japan

Genmai Cha Tea from Japan
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What Is It? Genmai Cha is made from bancha tea leaves harvested in the fall, then combined with roasted brown rice, creating a brisk, medium-bodied tea with a toasty flavor and nutty accent.

What Does It Do? Genmai Cha combines the many health benefits of drinking green tea with the wonderful flavor and significant health benefits found in roasted brown rice. The added roasted brown rice helps to keep the body more alkaline, making it a favorite amongst those who practice a macrobiotic diet.

Key Points:

All natural
Roasted brown rice added
Wonderful toasty flavor and aroma
Helps keep the body more alkaline

Some Nutritional Green Tea and Brown Rice Benefits.
Catechin, (the nucleus of tannin), a polyphenol abundant in Genmai Cha is said to be a powerful antioxidant.
Brown rice is unpolished whole grain rice. Because the hull or husk isn't removed, the nutrients of the rice are not stripped from it. The bran layer of brown rice contains very important nutrients such as thiamine, niacin, phosphorous, iron, and is rich in fiber and essential oils.

Brown rice also contains significant doses of B vitamins, which can help in the protection against toxins.

Our high quality Genmai Cha from Japan is all natural. We use no additives, colorings, or preservatives and there are no staples used on the tea bags to ensure safety and health.

Try a delicious, nutritious cup of Genmai Cha today.
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