Every year when the weather changes in spring and autumn, annoying nasal allergies plague many urban people. I believe there must be friends around you who have nasal allergy of different severity.
In Japan, there is a popular tea product during the spring pollen season-"Benefuuki" green tea. Japanese believe that this green tea can help improve inflammation and nasal allergies. So what's so special about this tea? Why is it popular in Japan, and can have such benefits?
Benefuuki (べにふうき) is actually a tea variety, the oldest black tea variety in Japan, and it is usually used to make black tea. Benefuuki tea has more "methylated catechins" than normal teas. It has abundant anti-allergic and anti-inflammatory effects which can help relieve allergy and inflammation. However, when it is made into black tea undergoign full fermentation, the content of methylated catechins is greatly reduced. Thus tea farmers thought of making this kind of tea into green tea which is non-fermented: preserving large amount of methylated catechins and hence increase the antioxidants that help anit-age.
Green Ginkgo Tea’s Benefuuki green tea comes from Japan pristine tea production area: Shinma, Aoi District, Shizuoka. It is located in the Warashina River Basin and is the production area of Japan best sencha "Hon Yama-cha". The water quality of Warashina River is among the best in Japan; the temperature difference between day and night is large; and it has rich morning fog. In addition, our Benefuuki tea is grown by tea farmers who have received the highest award from the National Tea Competition.
We are now introducing Benefuuki green tea powder to you, which is convenient for everyone to drink in the office. It can also be added to milk, soy milk, oatmeal or workout drinks, etc., so that everyone can easily absorb the nutrition and enjoy the anti-aging effect of this green tea. Power Up! 💪
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