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Matcha and 'Green Tea Living'

Intern Intern - Tuesday, May 01, 2018

You’ve heard about matcha, but why has this powdered tea become so popular? 

This Huffington Post video explores the many benefits of this particular type of green tea: http://ow.ly/oXsk30jMGp7

Besides drinking (matcha) green tea for health and mental acuity, SBP author Toshimi A. Kayaki's book Green Tea Living offers dozens of wise old Japanese home remedies and tips for improving how you look and feel using green tea. By leading a “green tea life,” you’ll help yourself and the planet. Pursue this peaceful little book here: http://ow.ly/Fvzj30jMGHI

 


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