Updated: Jul 17
The feel good tea! The tea known for its healing power in Japan. Today, this tea is even becoming a favorite in the U.S. This tea is high in vitamins C and E, a great pick me up during a mid day slump. Enjoying a cup of this natural goodness on a daily basis is beneficial for good health because, it is packed with antioxidants and polyphenols essential for the prevention of coronary artery disease, atherosclerosis and diabetes. I like to call this tea my altar ego, my "Super Power!" So what is this tea I speak about? It's Sencha! Sencha is a type of green tea highly consumed in Japan, making it their most popular drink. Most Sencha Green Tea comes from Japan, although Sencha originated in China.
Let's dig a little deeper to dissect Sencha Green Tea. Sencha comes from the Camellia Sinensis plant just like every other tea leave. However, what makes Sencha Green Tea special and set apart is its oxidation process. Sencha comes from leaves that are grown under sunlight then steamed. This process prevents oxidation which in turn aides in retaining the young tea leaves quality. The outcome is, an excellent source of nutrients and health benefits when consumed. Sencha Green Tea may potentially combat neurodegenerative diseases, viral infections and a slew of other ailments. Sencha green tea leaves are dark green, the taste is mild, not bitter nor over powering and can be enjoyed hot or cold. Although Sencha is a type of green tea and is naturally caffeinated, it is surprisingly refreshing.
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