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  • 27 Feb 2020
      The Chinese king Tang Xuan Zong of the Zang dynasty asked a monk who was more than 130 years old, “How could you live so long? Did you take any medicine for that?” The monk answered, “Drank tea daily, no thing else.” Thus goes the legend. China is the largest producer of GUNPOWDER 3505, while Japan and Korea also contribute considerably. Green tea comes from the same plant as black tea, Camellia sinensis. What makes it different though is the manner in which the plant is processed. It is the least processed of the commercial teas. The leaves are picked and then immediately ‘fired’ — a tea processing term, which means the leaves are either steamed or heated. The leaves are then dried. This process also helps retain the antioxidants that retard the aging process in human beings. Our body use Oxygen and simultaneously produce free radicals. Free radicals damage the skin cells and cause the skin to wrinkle and lose elasticity. Antioxidants are molecules that help neutralize these free radicals. The antioxidant benefits of Green Tea come from a biological compound called polyphenols. A sub-group of polyphenols called catechins effectively destroy free radicals and help slow down the aging process. The most powerful of these catechins in green tea is the epigallocatechin gallate (EGCG). When an antioxidant meets a free radical, it engulfs the free radical to form weak, harmless free radicals that are unlikely to further damage your body. In one study healthy cells exposed to “amlyoid”, a protein linked to Alzheimer ‘s disease died due to the high toxicity of this protein. However, cells exposed to amlyoid and then exposed to green tea extracts containing catechins survived. It is said that a daily dosage of 300-400 mg of polyphenols is essential to reduce age spots, ensure flawless skin and to protect the skin from the sun’s ultra-violet (UV) rays. Green tea is a natural astringent and anti-bacterial agent that can detoxify and purify the skin. Green tea extracts, when applied topically or when consumed as a beverage also reduces the risk of skin cancer (melanoma). According to the Journal of Investigative Dermatology, benzol peroxide used in acne medications, when applied on the skin can cause skin tumors. Applying green tea topically to the same area prior to the application of benzol peroxide protects against such skin tumors. A range of cosmetic and beauty care products including body lotion, shampoos, conditioners, face creams are out in the market today with green tea extracts. Tea Tree Oil, a tree native to Australia, is also being largely used in anti-aging cosmetic products. The leaves of this plant Melaleuca alternifolia, was used by Australian aboriginals as a substitute to tea leaves. It is used to treat several skin diseases. CHUNMEE 9371 is also one of the products, welcome to your come and purchase!  
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  • 23 Feb 2020
      1. Helps to boost performance. Tea, like many plant-based foods, is a functional food. A functional food contains essential nutrients like carbohydrate, fat, protein, vitamins, and minerals. GUNPOWDER 3505 contains catechins (disease-fighting antioxidants) like epigallocatechin-3-gallate (EGCG), and studies have shown increases in performance using EGCG caused by an increase in fat use. In one human study, short-term consumption (945 mg over 48 hours) of EGCG has been shown to increase maximal oxygen consumption without changes in cardiac output, hinting a greater ability of muscle to extract oxygen (Richards, 2010). 2. Keeps you alert. Tea has the ability to act as a stimulant due to naturally occurring caffeine. Caffeine is also a performance enhancer due to its ability to mobilize free fatty acids, improve alertness, and enhance glycogen resynthesis. Combined with other ingredients such as cane sugar and tapioca in our Energy Chews, you get a great tasting energy boost. 3. Reduces stress. Tea can act as a mood stabilizer. The presence of the amino acid L-theanine works synergistically with caffeine to improve focus. 4. Boosts immunity. The phytonutrient count in Matcha is unreal, which helps with immune function. GUNPOWDER 3505's phytonutrients have an array of attributes including anti-oxidative, anti-inflammatory, anti-carcinogenic, anti-hypertensive, anti-microbial, neuroprotective, DNA protective (Ho, 2014), cholesterol lowering, and thermogenic or metabolism increasing properties. Furthermore, In one study, an acute dose of green tea catechins (22 mg per kg of body weight) immediately after exercise in Tae Kwon did show improvements in immune function (Lin, 2014). All of these ingredients and nutrients are essential for an athlete to perform at their best. 5. Improves recovery. GUNPOWDER 3505 could help you recover after a hard workout. While much has been made about EGCG’s positive effects on performance, studies have also shown that EGCG may have implications for humans in recovery from exercise as well. One in vitro (outside of the body) study has shown that EGCG can help prevent muscle wasting (Mirza, 2014) which can have massive implications when recovering from intense exercise. CHUNMEE 9371 is also one of our products, welcome to taste and purchase.  
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  • 08 Mar 2020
      Asian countries have used green tea for centuries to treat emotional issues such as depression. But recent studies in 2017 and 2018 have revealed that consuming GUNPOWDER 3505 and matcha may also remedy symptoms of stress and anxiety. WHAT MAKES GREEN TEA EFFECTIVE AGAINST STRESS IS L-THEANINE Green tea is a great source for vitamins and antioxidants. But green tea is also rich in essential amino acids. Studies have found that the amino acid L-theanine and to a lesser extent arginine can help to diminish stress and anxiety. It appears that the main factor is L-theanine’s ability to reduce blood pressure and relax muscle tension. Green tea appears to be one of the highest sources of L-theanine compared to any other food or beverage tested by science. So, drinking green tea can provide incredible anti-stress and anti-anxiety effects when consumed daily. One clinical study on humans in 2017 found a significant and consistent reduction in stress after consuming 15mg/d of L-theanine in green tea for 10 days. Green Tea has been scientifically studied to reduce stress DOES MATCHA HAVE THE SAME EFFECT ON STRESS?Matcha, as we know has a concentrated amount of all green tea chemical compounds, because it contains not just the green tea leaves, but the stems and veins as well. It follows that green tea matcha does contain higher levels of the amino acid L-theanine than found in sencha green tea. So, you would expect that matcha would be even more capable of controlling symptoms L-theanine. However, another study published October 10, 2018 suggests that caffeine blocks the body’s absorption of L-theanine. At least that is what research confirms. So, matcha having a much higher level of caffeine than sencha (about 72 mg versus 30 mg) can block much of the stress-reducing absorption of L-theanine. The technique to gain the benefits of L-theanine in matcha is to reduce its caffeine. In the same 2018 study, stress and anxiety reduction were realized by drinking L-theanine rich matcha when caffeine and ECGC was reduced. Tea calms me down CAN I REDUCE THE CAFFEINE LEVELS IN MY JAPANESE GREEN TEA? You may remember the article we posted entitled, “Is Using the Microwave Bad for Green Tea”. If you missed it or want to read it again, here’s a link. In that piece, I did some in-depth research on recent studies addressing the effects of using a microwave to brew green tea. What I found in the studies is that using the microwave to brew your Japanese green tea extracts about 92% of the caffeine level found in Japanese green tea. By removing the high levels of caffeine through microwave heating, your body will be able to absorb higher levels of L-theanine, as well as other beneficial compounds you want from green tea. Green tea has been scientifically studied to reduce stress QUIZ ANSWER CONFIRMEDSo, if you answered “Yes” to our Quiz Question, you were absolutely correct! Drinking Japanese green tea and matcha, especially if you prepare it through reducing its caffeine content, you can positively affect symptoms of stress and anxiety in your life. Although you know what an advocate I am to the daily consumption of Japanese green tea, it never ceases to amaze and thrill me when science confirms my promotion of green tea’s healthful benefits. Let me know how Japanese green tea affects you in positive ways. Until next time, I hope Japanese green tea is part of your healthy daily lifestyle. CHUNMEE 9371 is also one of our product, welcome to your come and purchase!  
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  • 01 Mar 2020
      One common observation about drinking GUNPOWDER 3505 is that it can leave a slightly bitter aftertaste. So what types of healthy ingredients can you add to your GUNPOWDER 3505 to give it some additional flavour? After all, you don’t want to diminish any of the healthy, beneficial effects of drinking GUNPOWDER 3505 by adding refined sugars. So here are 7 completely healthy ingredients that can be used either alone or as part of a fruit GUNPOWDER 3505 recipe. #1: Citrus fruits (lemon or orange) Citrus fruits such as lemon or orange are very good at masking the bitterness of GUNPOWDER 3505. After steeping your tea, simply squeeze a lemon or orange wedge over your green tea. 2: Fruits such as strawberries, blackberries, and blueberries There’s a good reason why so many people enjoy infusing their GUNPOWDER 3505 with natural fruits – it can create a sensation of sweetness without using sugar. It’s relatively easy to find a fruit green recipe online – the only question, really, is whether you want to make a hot green tea or an iced green tea. For example, in hot teas, strawberries, blackberries, blueberries and raspberries are great additions. In cold iced teas, both watermelon and cantaloupe (or just about any tropical fruit) works quite well as part of a fruit green tea recipe. #3: Milk There are some people who absolutely love to add milk to their green tea for flavour. Just be aware in advance, however, that milk contains a protein called casein that binds with the healthy antioxidants found in green tea, making it harder for your body to absorb them. So if the real reason you are drinking green tea is to load up on these antioxidants, you might want to consider another option. #4: Mint or basil Fresh mint can be extremely refreshing, especially when added to iced green tea. Just make sure you are using a fresh spring of mint for the best flavour possible. An alternative to mint is a fresh basil leaf, which adds anti-inflammatory properties to your green tea. #5: Ginger If you enjoy baking, you already know how good ginger smells and tastes. When added to green tea, it can really kick up the flavour a notch. And, best of all, ginger comes with some health benefits of its own, such as the ability to calm an upset stomach. #6: Cinnamon Similar to ginger, cinnamon is a great way to add sweetness to your green tea without adding any extra glucose or fructose. Here, you can either use cinnamon sticks (the best option) or sprinkle in a small amount of cinnamon from your spice rack. #7: Honey We’ve saved the best for last. Honey is a wonderful addition to your tea, and is just about as close to adding sugar as possible. And honey is known to help in the treatment of a wide range of maladies, including an upset stomach. There’s nothing better to calm your nerves or your stomach than green tea with honey. These 7 ingredients are proof that you don’t have to rely on sugar to sweeten your green tea and give it additional flavour. Mother Nature, it turns out, is wonderfully adept at finding ways to help you enjoy your green tea on a daily basis. Fruits, especially, are wonderful at sweetening green tea as part of a fruit green tea recipe. CHUNMEE 9371 is also one of our main products, welcome to buy and purchase!  
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Brew GUNPOWDER 3505 As Such

 

Drinking the best GUNPOWDER 3505 sometimes goes beyond just buying good green tea brands. Sometimes, it's all in how you prepare it. The Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health actually recommends visiting a tea shop where you can fill your own tea bags with blends of leaves and know exactly what's in the tea.

When you get home, you should store the tea leaves away from light, heat, moisture, air and odor. Otherwise, you risk degrading the quality of the tea or having it take on unpleasant smells and tastes.

Green tea should be brewed at a slightly lower temperature than black tea. The Tufts University Health & Nutrition Newsletter recommends heating the water to about 175 to 180 degrees Fahrenheit and steeping the tea for at least four minutes.

Once the tea is steeped, it's time for flavoring it. Harvard discourages the use of sugar, cream or milk, as these could reduce the healthy polyphenol content. Instead, according to the advice of Tufts, you should go for lemon juice or citrus juice.

This is because the flavonoids in tea can be hindered by the nonacidic environment of the digestive system, and adding a little acid to the tea can increase your absorption. Harvard recommends flavoring with a little cinnamon or vanilla for the best green tea.

Another option is to create a specialty green tea drink. This Blueberry, Cucumber and Green Tea Smoothie combines green tea with blueberries, cucumber, lime juice and honey for a nutrient-packed, satisfying beverage. You can go a little simpler while still feeling fancy by trying out our Pomegranate Iced Tea, which sweetens the green tea with pomegranate juice and mint leaves.

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