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  • Genmaicha Green Tea


    What is Genmaicha Green Tea?

    Genmaicha tea is a kind of tea beverage from Japan. It's a mix of roasted brown rice and bancha green tea. Bancha is made from the same Camellia sinensis (L.) plant leaves that are used to make black tea, oolong tea, and other types of green tea. The word "bancha" comes from the season when the tea leaves are picked. Sencha green tea, which is the most popular type of green tea in Japan, is picked during the first or second flush of the year. Bancha green tea is picked later in the season, when the tea plant has its third and fourth flushes.

    Most of the time, the upper leaves and buds of the tea plant are used to make sencha. Bancha, on the other hand, is made from more grown tea leaves. Since this is the case, bancha tea is thought to be of lower quality than sencha tea and is cheaper. In Japan, the tea used to be called "the people's tea" because it was cheaper than green teas of better quality. It is also called "popcorn tea" because some of the brown rice pops while it is being roasted, making it look like popcorn.

    How do I use Genmaicha green tea?

    Approximately 1.5 teaspoons (3 grams) of tea leaves should be added to 150 ml (5 ounces) of water.

    Genmaicha Green Tea Benefits:

    Some research has shown that genmaicha brown rice tea can help with digestion, improve gut health, and lower the risk of IBD. IBD (Crohn's disease and ulcerative colitis) can cause inflammation in the gut. The green tea in genmaicha brown rice tea may help reduce this inflammation.

    ◉ Balances Blood sugar: When our blood sugar goes up or down, we feel restless and may want to eat unhealthy, sugary food or sleep. This is sometimes called "being hangry." But genmaicha works to keep blood sugar levels even, so it is safe for diabetics to drink. If you want bad foods or snacks, drink a cup of genmaicha. It will help you stop wanting them.

    ◉ Boosted Immunity: The vitamins in genmaicha brown rice tea are what make it good for you. This tea makes your body's defenses stronger. Green tea has antioxidants that stop bacteria and viruses from sticking to the walls of cells and infecting them.

    ◉ Regulates Thyroid Hormones: Selenium is an important chemical found in Genmaicha brown rice tea. It can help improve thyroid hormones. The thyroid is a gland near the neck that makes hormones that are very important to the body. If your body doesn't have enough selenium, your thyroid can cause all kinds of problems. You might have trouble seeing, feeling tired, getting angry, having trouble sleeping, having weak muscles, having dry skin, and a lot of other health problems because of your thyroid. Having a healthy thyroid will help you avoid all the signs of not getting enough selenium.

    ◉ Lower Blood Pressure: Genmaicha brown rice tea has been shown to help with high blood pressure. It helps to drop your blood pressure so that the rest of your body can relax. This drink lowers both cholesterol and blood pressure because it has catechins in it.

    Where can I buy Genmaicha green tea?

    Buy Genmaicha Green Tea from the health food store in the USAAlive Herbals.

    Genmaicha Green Tea information (at a glance):

    Product Name Genmaicha Green Tea.
    Scientific Name Camellia Sinensis.
    Country of Origin Originally from Japan. Packaged in the USA.
    Product Style Whole.
    Taste & Aroma It has a mild taste that is a mix of the fresh, grassy taste of green tea and the smell of roasted rice.
    Shelf Life & Storage Shelf life is about 6 - 24 months. Store it in an airtight container in a cool, dry place and prevent sunlight exposure.
    Precautions We requested you, Before consuming spices, herbs, teas or any kind of natural products you consult an expert qualified healthcare practitioner or herbalist.
    Note This product information has not been appraised by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA). For educational purposes only.