Clean up After the Holidays: We Recommend this Tea!

If you’re overwhelmed by the festivities, pandori, panettoni, endless lunches and unruly biorhythm, we recommend drinking two hot cups of Kukicha tea on Day.

Among its countless properties:
­čî┐Stimulating the fat burning process
­čî┐Reducing cholesterol formation
­čî┐Improving bone density
­čî┐Stimulating immune defenses
­čî┐Slow down the process of cellular and tissue aging
­čî┐Reduce blood pressure

In Japanese, kukicha means stem. In fact it is prepared with the sprigs of the tea plant. Theine is only found in the leaves, so it is practically devoid of it. The twigs are harvested when the plant turns 3 years old and are dried for more than a year and finally roasted.