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Green Tea

Green Tea with Brown Rice
Green Tea with Brown Rice
Item# KT-03-020

Product Description

Green Tea with Brown Rice

Green Tea with Brown Rice

1.5g x 20 Tea bags
Product of Korea (South)
Ingredient: Green Tea, Brown Rice

Manufacture: Sempio


Product Features

    1. Brewed from freshly sprouted leaves, it has an even softer flavor and fragrance with no astringent taste.
    2. Enjoy the light, savory flavor of green tea and brown rice.

Ingredients: Green tea, Brown rice

Nutrition Info
Serving Size
Amount Per Serving
Calories: 0 (Calories from Fat 0)
Total Fat: 0g (0%) / Saturated Fat 0g (0%) / Trans Fat 0g
Cholesterol: 0mg (0%)
Sodium: 1mg (0%)
Total Carbohydrate:0g (0%) Dietary Fiber: 0g (0%) Sugars: 0g
Protein: 1g


What is the Green Tea

Medical Reference Guide: Green Tea

Green Tea Jacsul
Many overseas consumers inquire about the difference between green tea and jaksul tea. Jaksul means the tongue (舌) of a sparrow (雀). When we take into account the fact that small tea leaves are regarded as quality goods in general, we can have a look at the pride of Koreans making good tea. Jaksul tea, the green tea made of tea leaves sinuous like the shape of the tongue of a sparrow, a little bird commonly seen in Korea is also used to mean the tea of Korea. Jaksul is understood as one of the words used to represent the green tea of Korea in general, though it is also used in a specific situation for classification by regional origin, classification by sensory division, brand and grade classification by the harvest period.

GreenTea Field
Green Tea Field

Green Tea Leafs Green Tea Flower
Green tea leaves and flowers

Health benefits, side effects, and research

1. Green tea and cancer prevention
2. Green tea heart benefits
3. Green tea and lower cholesterol
4. Stroke risk and green tea
5. Green tea for type 2 diabetes
6. Green tea and weight loss
7. Green tea and inflammatory skin diseases
8. Working memory and the effects of green tea
9. Green tea and Alzheimer's

Use 1 tea bag for every 6 ounces of water.
Bring fresh cold water to boil. Let water cool 1 minute after boiling (170F,77C).
Steep 2 to 3 minutes.
Remove tea bag and serve. Enjoy!

The appearance of Green Tea
in three different stages: (from left to right) the infused leaves, the dry leaves, and the liquid. (Notice that the infused leaves look greener than the dry leaves.)

For more information about Green Tea

Medical Reference Guide: Green Tea
University of Maryland medical Center

The Health Benefits of Green Tea
BBC Good Food

How Much Green Tea Should I Drink Daily?
Alternative Daily

10 Proven Benefits of Green Tea
Health Line

Green tea: Health benefits, side effects, and research
Medical News Today

A cup of Ginseng Tea may help boost memory

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