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How To Make Your Own Healthy Natural “Energy Drink”

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Many people are accustomed to buying instant energy drinks available in supermarkets, gas stations and convenience stores today. Through the years, these products – which come in innumerable varieties of brands – have increasingly become popular because of their promise to boost one’s level of energy for an extended period of time.

Though they really work at increasing your energy level (due to a huge shot of caffeine), you can never quite be assured that they are safe to take – because many of them contain all kinds of artificial ingredients. But did you know that you can actually create your own natural energy drink at home?

We’ve just found an ultra-simple “instant” recipe that can help you in boosting your energy levels without artificial additives. Basically, matcha (green tea powder) is the main ingredient of this special energy drink. Research shows that regular intake of matcha green tea powder offers amazing health benefits to the body.

After making green tea, people typically throw away the leaves without knowing that they have also thrown away the valuable minerals and antioxidants found in green tea leaves. Since matcha powder is usually derived from stoneground tea leaves, it follows that consumption of such product gives you an access to the rest of the plants essential nutrients, amino acids, minerals, vitamins and antioxidants.



Research further revealed that matcha powder features a powerhouse of potent antioxidants like catechins that offer additional protection to the body against aging, chronic diseases and certain types of cancer. In addition to its ability to preserve and restore the body’s integral balance and well-bring, catechins also play vital roles in counteracting the negative effects of free radicals caused by UV rays, pollution, chemicals and radiation.

Matcha green tea powder is also a good source of amino acid L-theanine that is thought to be beneficial in promoting relaxation, calmness, clarity of mind and better concentration. Apart from being an excellent aid to weight loss, matcha green tea powder is also good at cleansing and purging harmful toxins and elements out of the body. Its chlorophyll content, which is responsible for its green color, makes matcha green tea powder a wonderful and powerful detoxifier that eliminates heavy metals out of the body.

Lastly, matcha agree tea powder works as an amazing energy booster. Studies show that it contains a wonderful blend of natural properties that increases one’s physical endurance by as much as 24%. Furthermore, it contains caffeine that is released gradually as catechins are breaking down. This gives a more sustained energy lift and improved endurance to the body – without anything like the “spike and crash” associated with coffee.

A tin of matcha might seem a little pricey, but it goes a long way – and it’s good stuff. Make your own matcha green tea natural energy drink now, and discover the wonders of this amazing beverage. Here is the link to the full tutorial: http://www.delightedmomma.com/2013/02/how-to-make-instant-natural-energy-drink.html

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11 Comments

  • By Kay Edwards, August 27, 2013 @ 3:23 pm

    Could you be more specific about amount of Matcha used for a 20oz serving? 1/4 tsp for every 8oz? Sorry to be so dense.

  • By Jen, October 20, 2013 @ 11:57 pm

    Kay, it says 1/4 tsp for 8-20 oz, so following the recipe you would use 1/4 tsp for 20 oz. I admit it is fairly vague and obviously an 8 oz serving would be stronger tasting than a 20 oz serving. I personally would used 1/2 tsp for 20 oz.

  • By Ylonka, November 13, 2013 @ 3:01 pm

    I just bought it in NL, 40,00 Euro a small box. What a price difference compared to the USA. It is a shame that we cannot order from Amazone over here I could save myself a lot of money.

  • By Mark, November 29, 2013 @ 1:32 am

    mix in a little wheatgrass juice and you have a winner

  • By Ali, December 23, 2013 @ 6:18 pm

    Where to buy matcha powder?

  • By Susan, January 31, 2014 @ 3:52 pm

    “Matcha green tea powder is also a good source of amino acid L-theanine . . .”
    L-theanine along with magnesium and melatonin can also help with GERD. I was on prescription meds for over 20 years for acid reflux. Thought I would be for life. Now I take 500mg magnesium and a 5mg melatonin with L-theanine at bedtime. I take my prescription maybe two days a month now!

  • By robin, February 5, 2014 @ 7:16 am

    can you use a pestal and mortar and create your own powder from green tea leaves.

  • By Macarena, February 5, 2014 @ 7:38 am

    But, you mention its made of the tea leaves, Is it posible to use the green tea leaves (dry or already hidrated) to add them in a blender with water or to a smoothy?, would this be similar to matcha powder sold?

  • By Genevieve, February 5, 2014 @ 12:50 pm

    I will be trying those energy drinks.

  • By craig, February 5, 2014 @ 4:46 pm

    I did a little research on metcha before I ordered my own from Japan….these aren’t simple tea leaves that you buy in the filter. They are grown in special conditions in order to contain the highest nutrients and are used in japaniese ceremonies. Regular “green tea” is not bad for you, but probably doesn’t taste very good directly ingested.

  • By laura, November 30, 2014 @ 3:33 pm

    Very intresting

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