Theine in tea is a result of oxidized polyphenols, which gives it a stimulant effect. Theine can last much longer in the system – about 6 to 8 hours for increased brain function and memory. Theine is known for its sharpening but not over-stimulating effects to your body. This means that it prevents the usual anxiety and jitters than caffeine can provide.
The very young leaves of Shan Tuyet tea are harvested and dried naturally with ambient temperature to retain its deep aroma, dark and malty flavor.
Antioxidants sustain the structural integrity and functional activity of mitochondria that is essential to good metabolism. The mitochondria, often labeled the powerhouse of the cell, are the organelle responsible for energy production within the cell.
We harvest the flower of Hibiscus in early morning and dry at 50°C in the same day to keep its original sweet and tart flavor and the beautiful red color.
Silica is essential to promote the production of collagen which has been shown to help with energy levels. Because collagen contains the amino acid glycine, and glycine is important for forming muscle tissue, collagen helps improve our muscle mass and, in turn, helps boost metabolism.
The wild bamboo shoots are harvested during the monsoon season and dry at 50°C in the same day to have the crisp, crunchy taste and sweet flavor.