6. Matcha improves mood
Matcha tea gives a good mood! Matcha, like regular green tea, contains a powerful amino acid known as L-theanine. L-theanine has been shown to reduce stress and stimulate a powerful psychoactive effect in the brain, relieving stress and promoting clarity of mind. It even gives you energy and reduces stress at the same time, unlike coffee, which can make you feel jittery later when consumed in large quantities. Unlike regular green tea, matcha’s L-theanine content is extremely high, containing five times the amount of regular green tea.
7. Rich in fiber
Matcha Benefits Due to the lower amount of processing matcha green tea leaves, they retain more fiber, making matcha a complete food in itself. Fiber is also easy to absorb, so it won’t disrupt stomach function. The sedative properties along with the fiber content in matcha tea can improve IBS symptoms, such as bloating, constipation and diarrhea. The fiber content also slows down your blood sugar levels so you don’t feel jittery after eating it.