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ADAPTOGENS + MATCHA - Bliss and Baby Co
ADAPTOGENS + MATCHA - Bliss and Baby Co
ADAPTOGENS + MATCHA - Bliss and Baby Co
ADAPTOGENS + MATCHA - Bliss and Baby Co
ADAPTOGENS + MATCHA - Bliss and Baby Co
ADAPTOGENS + MATCHA - Bliss and Baby Co
ADAPTOGENS + MATCHA
Category : Herbal Remedies
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$15.00
  • 4OZ
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Our premium ceremonial grade matcha green tea is authentic stone-ground “Tencha” leaves which is a true matcha. Our matcha green tea helps support the  immune system. It is an excellent source of vitamin C, which protects the bones, teeth, and tissues in the body. Matcha also includes a strong antioxidant called catechins, which have been proven to fight certain cancers. This tea is naturally caffeinated.

 Ingredients: Ceremonial Grade Green Tea, Siberian Ginseng, Holy Basil Vana, Holy Basil Rama, Cordyceps

Ceremonial Grade Green Tea - Matcha is a concentrated powdered form of green tea that has been used for centuries in China and Japan. In fact, the term “matcha” and its pronunciation (maa-chuh) are derived from Japanese words meaning “ground” and “tea.”

  • Bladder cancer: A study of 882 women showed that the risk of bladder cancer was significantly reduced in women who consumed matcha.
  • Breast cancer: A meta-analysis of multiple observational studies found that women who drank the most green tea had a 22 percent lower risk of developing breast cancer.
  • Colon and rectal cancers: A study of 69,710 Chinese women aged 40 to 70 years old found that green tea drinkers had a 57 percent lower risk of colorectal cancer. An inverse association with regular tea drinking was also observed for rectal cancer.
  • Prostate cancer: One large study found that Japanese men who drank five or more cups of green tea per day had a 48 percent lower risk of developing prostate cancer.

Siberian GinsengEleuthero, also called Siberian ginseng, has been used medically for at least 2,000 years. It’s a distant relative of another herbal remedy you may already be familiar with, Asian ginseng.

Eleuthero belongs to a very special category of healing plants called adaptogens. What are adaptogens? They are plants that are able to help balance, restore and protect the body.

According to a scientific article entitled “Deconstructing an adaptogen: Eleutherococcus senticosus“, the dried roots and rhizomes of Eleutherococcus senticosus (Araliacaea) plant are used in various preparations, primarily for its “adaptogenic” properties. An adaptogen supports health and prevents disease in both sick and healthy individuals through nonspecific effects, which neutralize various environmental and physical stressors while remaining relatively safe and free of side effects

Holy Basil Vana- Vana holy basil is considered a tree basil, or wild basil, and is a member of the Lamiaceae family native to India and east Africa. It normalizes both blood pressure and cholesterol levels and will help to overcome coughs colds, flu and fever and assists digestion. Tulsi Vana is warming, has antiseptic qualities, clears bacterial infections, strengthens the immune system and is considered to be a tonic and adaptogenic.

Holy Basil Rama - Holy basil has been shown to boost your body's health in a variety of ways. It can help protect against infection, lower your blood sugar, lower your cholesterol, ease joint pain, and protect your stomach.

CordycepsThis medicinal mushroom has been a staple in holistic medicine for centuries and has long been revered for its potent anti-aging, health-promoting properties. Prized for their natural ability to fight free radicals, infections and inflammation, these are impressive disease-fighting mushrooms that have been used for centuries to reduce symptoms of respiratory disorders, coughs, colds, liver damage and much more. As a true “superfood,” the cordyceps mushroom can slow the effects of aging and stress, help keep the body free from disease and boost energy levels to keep you going all day long.

Listing is for 4 fl oz jar

Chacko, S. M., Thambi, P. T., Kuttan, R., & Nishigaki, I. (2010, April 6). Beneficial effects of green tea: a literature review. Chinese medicine. https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC2855614/.


Disclaimer: These statements have not been evaluated by the FDA. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.

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