Why does my green tea look different?
Look into your cup of green tea. If it looks brown or yellow, it is not real green tea. Real green tea is “green”. It is called Matcha green tea. It is the top few leaves of the plant that are bright green in color, due to the chlorophyll content from the sun. Leaves further down on the stalk are inferior in quality and less potent nutritionally. Lesser quality is in loose form or in tea bags. Real matcha green tea is dried, powdered, while the whole leaf is consumed. DoMatcha Green Tea is approx. 10X stronger in concentration than regular, steeped, green tea. DoMatcha Green Tea can also be as much as 137 times stronger in catechin antioxidant nutrition than regular green tea. The word Matcha means powder. This is a concentrated, powdered form of green tea.

Alkalize your body with DoMatcha Green Tea.

Drink 1-3 cups daily (1/2-1 teaspoon in a cup of hot water)


Mental Alertness – Theophylline is a cousin to caffeine, the form found in matcha green tea. One teaspoon of matcha green tea has the same amount of caffeine content as in 1 teaspoon of coffee. The key difference between matcha caffeine and coffee caffeine is that theophylline is absorbed by the body very slowly and steadily. Any negative effects typically associated with caffeine are ameliorated by the calming and relaxing effects of L-theanine, an amino acid. It is an anti-anxiolytic and a smooth muscle relaxant. In combination, these compounds found in matcha induce a healthy, sustainable energy boost unlike any other beverage on the market. Remember that coffee is a strong acid that washes out minerals from the body; while green tea retains and utilizes mineral reserves because it is alkaline.

Relaxant - L-Theanine is an amino acid found in matcha green tea has been shown to significantly increase alpha waves in the brain. This induces a profound relaxing and calming effect, as well as increasing mental alertness and learning capacity.

Stress Reducer – Green tea is considered to be an adaptogen that supports the adrenal glands to reduce stress. It rebuilds the nervous system reducing depression and anxiety.

Alkalizer – The chlorophyll content of matcha green tea is an alkaline substance. It alkalizes the blood and tissues. It buffers the acids out of the body that irritate the tissues., thus retaining the integrity of the mineral reserves. Acidity is the root cause of nearly all disease, so alkalinity is the solution.

Weight Loss – Matcha green tea has long been studied as a weight loss aid. Research now indicates that drinking green tea can boost metabolism by 35-40%, thus increasing fat burning capacity without any adverse side effects.

Blood Cleanser – Matcha contains extremely high levels of chlorophyll from the sun, due to the shading technique prior to harvest, resulting in a brilliant emerald green color. Chlorophyll is one of the most powerful blood detoxifiers, as well as supporting a healthy blood alkalinity.

Anti-Aging Immune Booster – Polyphenols and Catechins are found in matcha green tea. They are phytonutrients that are some of the most potent immune-boosting substances known to man. Matcha green tea contains extremely high levels of these precious derivatives, in fact 137 times more than regular steeped green tea. The catechins found in green tea, specifically concentrated in matcha, are some of the most powerful natural anti-oxidants, thereby having a strong anti-aging effect on the body. The anti-oxidants in matcha green tea are 100 times stronger than Vitamin C, and 25 times stronger than Vitamin E.

Lowers Blood Pressure and Cholesterol - Matcha green tea contains specific catechins that can lower blood pressure (if too high) by preventing contraction of blood vessels through inhibition of angiotensin. Matcha green tea has also been shown clinically to lower levels of LDL bad cholesterol.

Stabilizes Blood Sugar - The polysaccharides in matcha green tea can protect against insulin spikes thus stabilizing blood sugar levels.

Anti-biotic & Anti-viral – Matcha green tea contains potent anti-biotics and anti-virals, lending itself to the prevention and treatment of many common ailments including flu, cold, food poisoning etc. These anti-microbial catechins also prevent tooth decay and gum disease, as well as sweetening bad breath by balancing the gut microflora.

Amount to Drink – 1-2 cups daily. Try ½ to 1 teaspoon per cup of hot water. Can drink cold too. Stir briskly. A little fiber from the leaves will naturally settle to the bottom of the cup. Monitor your saliva and urine to determine if they are desired alkaline. Best not to drink in the evening if caffeine keeps you from sleeping.

Contraindications – Matcha green tea is contraindicating for those who are caffeine sensitive or those taking blood thinning medications.

Matcha Green Tea contains lots of vitamins, minerals & antioxidants.