is a superfood powder made from
shaded, nutrient-dense green tea leaves rich in amino acids, antioxidants, and slow-release caffeine.
- Longer-lasting energy
- Jitter & CRASH-free
- Reduced anxiety
- Enhanced focus
- Improved memory
- Increased immunity
Matcha vs. Coffee
rich in immunity-boosting antioxidants & brain-supporting amino acids
4-6 hours2 hours
after 1 hoursustained alertness; enhanced focus & creativity; boosted moodjittery & anxious; hyperactive; heart racing
after 6 hourslike your best selfexhausted; need more caffeine to beat the crash
- Fights drowsiness
- Increases alertness
- Enhances cognition
- Reduces anxiety
- Improves mood
- Increases focus
- Stimulates production of calming Alpha Brain Waves
- Fights inflammation
- Speeds up metabolism by ~40%
- Lowers blood sugar levels
- Reduces cholesterol
- Improves bone health
- 100x stronger than vitamin C
- Prevents some cancers & neurological diseases
- Improves focus, memory, & task-switching ability
- Prevents jitters, anxiety and the post-caffeine crash
- Negates caffeine’s negative impact on blood pressure & heart rate, keeping your cardiovascular system happy
- Reverses caffeine’s effects on sleep disturbance
Caffeine without the negatives
Combined with caffeine, L-theanine:
An Antioxidant Powerhouse
Matcha has ~50x the antioxidants per gram of spinach!
Matcha is also rich in loads of vitamins & minerals like:
Vitamin A, C, K, B1, B2, B6, Niacin, Pantothenic Acid, Folic Acid,
Potassium, Calcium, Magnesium, Iron, Zinc, Phosphorus, Copper & Fiber.
A Brief History of Matcha
“Matcha” comes from the japanese words, “ma” (ground) & “cha” (tea).
The fine green powder was first consumed by buddhist monks 900 years ago to enhance focus during meditation and long study hours. It was then adopted by samurai, used for long-lasting energy during battle.
Matcha farms became popular around uji, a region near kyoto, after locals discovered it had the perfect climate to cultivate it.
Today, Uji is the region renowned for producing the highest quality matcha and is where PerfectTed matcha is grown!
The Tea Ceremony (“Chado”, meaning “The Way of the Tea”) was conceived in the 1500s and remains an important part of Japanese tradition today.
How to make the perfect matcha