Green/white/black tea is well known for their antioxidant content and natural healing remedy on the effect of cardiovascular diseases and other metabolic diseases. However, the caffeine content within the cups prevents many people from enjoying these benefits. There are many side effects for caffeine consumption, including sleep disturbance, anxiety, rapid heart beat, and high blood pressure. Caffeine-rich Green Tea is not so suitable for seniors or people with sleep disorder or heart conditions.
Soba-Cha (そば茶 or 蕎麦茶) is the Japanese name for buckwheat tea. It is a very popular drink in Japan with a particular nutty and malty Soba taste. It was found that the prevalence rates of hypertension, dyslipidaemia, and diabetes are significantly lower in people with lifetime consumption of buckwheat - one of the main ingredients in AromActive.
Let us compare AromActive Buckwheat Tea/Soba-Cha with Green Tea.
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AromActive not only offers natural healing benefits including glucose balance for diabetes/prediabetes and antioxidant for cell protection, but also has no side effects of caffeine consumption.
Is decaffeinated a healthy and safe choice? Choose naturally caffeine-free instead.
Decaffeinated green/black/white tea may looks like one choice, yet the decaffeination process itself is an unnatural chemical process that not only destroys the antioxidant contents, but also makes the tea more danger than its unmodified version.
The solution to this is AromActive. The main ingredient of AromActive is buckwheat plant. It is a miracle plant. It not only contains plenty of antioxidants, amino acids and minerals, but is also caffeine-free by NATURE. In addition, it is one of the rare food plants that are naturally rich in DCI, which promotes glucose balance.
AromActive OriginalNutty and JasmineNutty Flavor are caffeine-free. The large teabag of AromActive can be easily used in a coffee maker, which makes the tea brewing easier and safer for seniors as well.