Organic Bancha Tea - Japanese Green Tea by Traditional Medicinals
There are several harvests (a.k.a. flushes) of tea leaf each year. 'Ban-cha' is a traditional, daily-use, Japanese green tea variety that is made from mature leaves, plucked in the summer or autumn, while Mat-cha and Sen-cha are varieties made from young, tender leaves, plucked in the spring. Tea leaf is cultivated throughout Asia and each estate produces tea with its own unique characteristics.
How does it taste? A strong tea with a somewhat sweet and astringent taste.
For maximum benefit, medicinal tea must be properly prepared. Pour 8 oz. freshly boiled water over a tea bag in a cup. Cover cup and steep 5-10 minutes. These steps directly influence the amount of beneficial components that will end up in your teacup! Gently squeeze the tea bag to release any remaining extract.
Drink 3 cups or more daily. For an extra strength brew, use two teabags or brew up a whole pot using four or five teabags.
Pregnancy and lactation: As with any herbal supplement, consult a practitioner trained in medical herbalism before using if pregnant or nursing.
Organic green tea leaf (Bancha
About Traditional Medicinals
TRADITIONAL MEDICINALS HAS BEEN MAKING HERBAL TEAS SINCE 1974. THE COMPANY IS GUIDED BY A PROFOUND REVERENCE FOR THE HEALING POWER OF PLANTS AND THE KNOWLEDGE CONTAINED WITHIN THE WORLD'S GREAT SYSTEMS OF TRADITIONAL HERBAL MEDICINE. TRADITIONAL MEDICINALS GUARANTEES THAT EVERY CUP OF TEA THEY MAKE IS GUIDED BY THIS REVERENCE.
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