Matcha is derived from Camellia Sinensis plant. The tea is prevented from direct sunlight for 15-25 days before harvest. This causes an increase in amino acid content and antioxidants.
Mulberry is mainly found in Korea, Japan and China. Health benefits of Mulberry tea is due to 1-deoxynojirimycin (DNJ). It has been found to lower cholesterol (anti-diabetic effects) and has strong antioxidant properties.
Ginseng OOLONG tea
Oolong Tea is derived from Camellia Sinensis leaves and buds. Partial oxidation of tea leaves is responsible for its taste, colour and health benefits. It is known for reducing stress and boosting metabolism.
Jasmine Tea is derived from jasmine blossoms. It originated from Persia but is massively produced in China. It is associated with weight loss, reducing stress, regulating cholesterol and improving immune system.