Organic pure matcha has loads of antioxidants and contains L-theanine to provide calm euphoria in a cup.
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Why It Works
Our organic matcha green tea is 100% 1st harvest from Shizuoka Prefecture and Kagoshima Prefecture, Japan. It's been shaded 3 weeks before harvesting, which boosts chlorophyll levels, giving it increased antioxidants and a beautiful jewel green color. This matcha is perfect for use during the Clean 21 and Clean 7 cleanses. Enjoy as your morning beverage or add to a daily smoothie!
How to use
Sift half a teaspoon of matcha powder into your cup. Add 2 ounces of hot water and whisk back and forth until the tea becomes frothy. We like to whisk in a zigzag or “W” shape, making sure no matcha gets stuck to the side of the mug. You can enjoy our matcha on or off the cleanse, plain, as a latte, or in a smoothie.
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How many servings is this container?
Suggested serving size is 1g or 1/2 teaspoon, so this tin contains 30 servings.
What does ceremonial grade mean?
Ceremonial grade matcha is made from the youngest tea leaves that have been de-stemmed. It has a very smooth and vegetal flavor. It is the highest-quality tea selected for centuries in traditional Japanese tea ceremonies.
Can I drink matcha while nursing or pregnant?
This is highly individual, depending on your personal caffeine tolerance, but matcha is safe to drink while pregnant.
Can I enjoy matcha while on the 21-Day Clean Program?
Yes! Matcha is an approved, beneficial, and tasty beverage both on and off the cleanse.
Where can I find some matcha recipes?
Vanilla Almond Matcha Latte: https://blog.cleanprogram.com/bulletproof-matcha
Dairy Free Matcha Latte: https://blog.cleanprogram.com/matcha-latte
Matcha Smoothie with Superfood Greens: https://blog.cleanprogram.com/matcha-smoothie
Superfood Pie: https://blog.cleanprogram.com/superfood-pie
Supports Core Functions
We all want to have more energy. Many people try to achieve this through stimulants, but Functional Medicine has taught us to look at why we have less energy. These can be environmental reasons, mental, emotional, chronic conditions, or even just life changes. Having good energy means we have vitality in our bodies and, on a deeper level, that our cells have the building blocks they need to continue our metabolic cycles.