Ceremonial Grade Green Tea Powder
White Dragon Matcha
Deep green, soft young leaves from shade-covered tea shoots are picked, dried, steamed and ground. The whole leaf is used and makes a sacred, antioxidant + nutrient-rich tea to be served warm or cool and integrated into daily rituals, recipes, meditations and magical moments.
Matcha is an excellent source for:
- Sustained energy levels
- May promote a sense of calm and focus
- May enhance metabolism
- May support immunity
White Dragon Matcha – Product Details
Matcha, a type of green tea made from grinding young leaves, has become quite popular throughout the U.S. over the last few years. But while this drink may be trendy (thanks, in part, to its distinctive hue), it has a long history in Japanese culture and even in traditional medicine.
Because matcha is made from the leaves that are normally discarded during the tea-making process, it’s thought that the health benefits matcha provides are substantial. Matcha naturally contains high levels of an antioxidant called catechins, which may help with weight management, blood pressure and cholesterol levels, and management of various health conditions. It’s also thought that matcha can promote liver health, support brain function, boost immunity, and enhance metabolism.
White Dragon Matcha is a special blend of green tea sourced in Japan. Inspired by a pilgrimage taken to the God Dragon Temple, this tea is imbued with the spirit of power and mysticism associated with Dragon Mythology and that journey taken to the temple. Naturally farmed to minimize human impact and to integrate agriculture into the indigenous environment, White Dragon Matcha is focused on quality, harmony, and the natural earth.
Ingredients: The tea trees we harvest from are shade-grown in naturally cultivated soil (without any fertilizers, pesticides, chemical or organic amendments) in harmony with the forest mountainside where the farm is located in Nara, Japan
White Dragon Matcha – FAQs
What are the health benefits of White Dragon Matcha?
Generally speaking, matcha is an excellent source of antioxidants and chlorophyll. Green teas, including matcha, have been known to support weight loss or maintenance, lowered cholesterol and blood pressure levels, and improved energy and immunity. It’s also believed that matcha can help facilitate a sense of calm and focus. Matcha may also address or aid in the prevention of certain health conditions, including neurological diseases, heart disease, or Type 2 diabetes.
How else can I use White Dragon Matcha?
For some people, matcha is an acquired taste. Over time, you may crave its distinctive flavor and will likely look forward to your cup of tea. However, others may not enjoy hot tea or may want to incorporate White Dragon Matcha powder into other recipes. White Dragon Matcha can easily be incorporated into smoothies and smoothie bowls, oatmeal, yogurt, salty snacks (like popcorn), raw desserts, or even beauty treatments. You can also sprinkle it over dishes like stir fry or eggs, and incorporate it into dressings or sauces.
How To UseInvitations for Use
Add 1/2 teaspoon to your favorite cup or bowl and an ounce of room temperature water. Whisk gently (we love to use our Black Bamboo Chasen) and fill the remainder of cup 2/3 full with water (warm or cool) and whisk in a zigzag pattern until frothy with love. Makes an excellent addition to smoothies, shakes, raw cakes and even face masks!
Contains 88 Servings
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Tea-trees are shade-grown in a naturally-cultivated soil, without the use of any fertilizers, pesticides, chemical or organic amendments.
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