||GABA tea is first found by Dr. Tsushida Tojiro unintentionally during his research for preserving tea harvest study in year 1986. Late until year 1992, some Taiwan scholars started doing research on GABA tea. Then not long, it was soon promoted to tea farmers by TRES (Tea Research and Extension Station which set up and operated by Taiwan government).
What is GABA? GABA (gamma-amino butyric acid) is an amino acid produced in the brain. It acts as a neurotransmitter-a chemical that fosters communication between nerve cells-and helps to keep stress-related nerve impulses at bay.
For the most part, GABA tea is made same as other teas, but it is processed by additional "no-oxygen, temperature, timing, stirring" control techniques. In order to meet the least effectiveness standard that the content of GABA should be more than 150mg in per 100g of dry GABA tea leaves. Include the tea variety, plucking period, and fertilization are all play a vital role in tea plants cultivation and tea field management for GABA content.
Based on the results of clinical studies, GABA is effective and may have application in:
1. Lowering blood pressure,
2. Supporting the immune system,
3. Promote relaxation and sound sleep,
4. Diminishing symptoms of stress and anxiety,
5. Heightening mental acuity and neurotransmitter
6. Promoting concentration and improving learning
7. Reducing PMS symptoms,
8. Optimizing neuron communication in the aging
According to Japanese scholar's clinical study, GABA tea is 69.23% effective on lowering blood pressure on essential hypertension patients. The therapy is that by drinking GABA tea three times a day and do it for three months successively. Each time, per brew is made by 3g GABA tea leaves with 150~200ml. hot water and steep for 2~3 minutes.
GABA is now available as a supplement in tea beverage form. Why not to keep well-being by brewing a cup of GABA tea instead of taking a dose. You will enjoy more from its aroma, flavor, and taste.
The real healthy GABA tea is highly recommended by us. Enjoy it cool or hot, or adding some milk or straight are all fine and good.
Are you also an herb lover? Why not browse on our Recipes and try the wonderful Herbal GABA taste.
1. Lavender GABA Tea.
2. Lemon Balm GABA Tea.
3. Stevia GABA Tea.
Shipping Weight: 700g/case
(assumed per canister/case)
Cube Per Case: 0.13
(assumed per canister/case)
1. Tea Leaf: Tight shape, brown color.
2. Liquor: Reddish brown.
3. Taste: Sweet and refreshing.
4. Aroma: Mellow and woody.
1. Water Quality:
Better to use purified water.
2. Water Temp.:
95~100 degrees C. or 203~212 degrees F.
(hot water cool from a boil)
3. Leaf Quantity:
Use a heaping teaspoon (3g) for a 5 oz. serving.
(Ratio of 50 times; 3g tea leaves to 150ml. water)
4. Steep Time:
A 2~3 minutes is recommended.
5. Infusion Freq.:
About 6 times.
6. After Brewing:
Pour out the brewed tea leaves from teapot and
enjoying to appreciate the full tea leaves. It's fun
to tea connoisseurs.