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Blue Spirulina

What is it? Where does it come from? Blue spirulina is a biomass of cyanobacteria, which essentially in layman’s terms, is a blue-green alga that thrives in lakes, ponds, and alkaline waterways. The blue colour is derived from an extraction process involving a phytochemical called Phycocyanin. Moreover, unlike regular spirulina, the blue counterpart has no […]

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Acai Health Benefits

Acai berries are grown in small bunches on the acai palm tree in the rainforests of Central and South America. They have an appearance of blueberries, the dark purple skin, and the shape of grapes. However, they are technically not a berry, but rather a drupe. These are hardly sold in fresh form at the […]

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Moringa Health Benefits

Moringa Oleifera is a plant that has been widely known for its health benefits, with its rich nature in healthy antioxidants and bioactive plant compounds. It has been used for centuries for medicinal purposes, with antifungal, antiviral, antidepressant and anti-inflammatory properties. Moreover, it is also extremely low in fats and has no harmful cholesterol. Not […]

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Where is Matcha Grown

Japanese Matcha tea is made from green tea leaves being powdered. Matcha, like all teas, is cultivated from the tea shrub, Camellia sinensis and are shade-grown over a period of three weeks. Matcha is primarily grown in two regions within Japan; Uji which is situated on the South-East border of Kyoto, and Nishio, located in […]

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What is the difference between grades of Matcha

As we all know, there are many different usages of the wonderous Matcha. You can drink it in its traditional tea form or even use it in various cooking recipes. Hence, dependent on your usage, there are two main Matcha tea grades, ceremonial and culinary, that you could purchase. These two differing grades have spark […]

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What Is Matcha

  Matcha is a high-grade green tea leaves, located from the Southern half of Japan, that is grounded into powdered form. Matcha leaves are generally planted in green tea bushes under shade due to the increase in amount of chlorophyll content, which makes them bright green and full of nutrients. The practice of stone-grounding and […]

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