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Chlorophyll in Matcha is an excellent oxygen carrier and quick healer, helps with detoxification and protects against radiation

Matcha is packed with polyphenols, which are very good for you. It also contains natural caffeine and many EGCG molecules, which stop cancer.

When you drink matcha you drink the whole tea leaf, which means you absorb all the goodness.

I drink it before exercising, after exercising, I'm a real green tea junkie.

Attila Hildmann, vegan celebrity chef and bestselling author, Germany

Chlorophyll and science:

German chemist Richard Willstätter (1872-1942) discovered that chlorophyll, the green nutrient in Matcha, consists of 2 components: type A blue-green chlorophyll and type B yellow-green chlorophyll. Matcha contains both types of chlorophyll. For his research, Willstätter received the Nobel Prize in chemistry.

Hans Fischer (doctor and organic chemist, 1930 Nobel Prize winner) was particularly interested in pigments in the blood and chlorophyll in leaves. He discovered that the chemical composition of chlorophyll is 98% identical to hemin, the red pigment in our blood. The only difference is that chlorophyll is bound to magnesium and the hemin molecule to iron.

Chlorophyll is stored solar energy. Chlorophyll is the green nutrient in Matcha. Chlorophyll is the green blood of plants, grasses and trees. The green blood of Matcha provides human beings with more red blood cells (helps reduce anaemia). German nutrition pioneer Halima Neumann claims that chlorophyll is the only nutrient that can transfer stored solar energy from plants to the cells of the human body. Solar energy becomes life energy, Chi, life-force.

Chlorophyll as oxygen carrier and quick healer:

The bright green colour of Matcha is due to the large chlorophyll levels in the leaves of green tea. While growing in the shade, Matcha produces additional amounts of chlorophyll.

Chlorophyll is a cleanser that helps our body make and keep itself healthy. Chlorophyll deacidifies and mineralises the environment of cells of the body. It helps to restore the acid-base balance and to normalise pH-value. Chlorophyll has a general cleansing and disinfecting capacity and thereby supports the immune system. Chlorophyll is an excellent deodorant and removes bad odours.

Chlorophyll transports oxygen to the cells and helps with the removal of CO2. More oxygen to the cells means better circulation, better organ functioning, better brain functioning, quicker repair of muscles and faster healing of burns, wounds and scars. Chlorophyll is particularly known as oxygen carrier, blood cleanser and blood builder. Chlorophyll has a broad area of application. It may certainly not be absent from purification treatment and dieting because chlorophyll stimulates detoxification and supports the lymphatic system in its functioning.

Already in 1940, the "Journal of Surgery" reported that in more than 1,200 illnesses, chlorophyll provided faster recovery. Viktoras Kulvinskas (co-founder of the Hippocrates Institute, nutrition expert) also emphasised the curative affect of chlorophyll. In his book, Survival in the 21st century, Viktoras Kulvinskas says that there is no quicker and safer way to regulate digestion and to ensure cell regeneration than with chlorophyll.

Chlorophyll protects against radioactivity:

Our body has the capacity to heal itself. Certainly in this age of rising exposure to harmful radiation it is important to give optimal support to our natural immune system. Every dose of radioactivity damages cells. Thus also with low level of radiation or even with short bursts of radiation (for ex. mammography). With higher radiation levels or longer duration of exposure, radiation has a cell-destroying effect. Nuclear disasters such as Chernobyl and Fukushima or one of the other 500 nuclear power plants in the world are harmful radioactivity.

Among guinea pigs, after receiving lethal doses of Rontgen radiation, 97% of animals died within 20 days when given ordinary food. Only 44% died if the guinea pigs were given carrots and 0% died when given dark green vegetables to eat!!

Amanprana Matcha can provide an important contribution. Chlorophyll, EGCG (and other antioxidants) and high ORAC values in Amanprana Matcha help to make free radicals harmless. Chlorophyll in Matcha binds toxic radiation particles and eliminates them. EGCG and chlorophyll in Matcha protect against certain forms of radiation. Chlorophyll has anti-mutagen and anti-carcinogen qualities.

Chlorophyll for detoxification:

Chlorophyll absorbs heavy metals (mercury, lead, cadmium, aluminium…), chemical toxins, odours and radiation and helps eliminate them. Detoxification and chlorophyll are good friends. In comparison to ordinary green tea where one drinks an infusion of leaves and then the leaves themselves are thrown away, with Matcha the tea leaves are ground to a powder. With Matcha, one 'drinks' as it were the leaf in powder form with all the chlorophyll present in the leaf. Detoxification with Matcha. Chlorophyll in Matcha tea is many times higher than in green tea.

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Chlorophyll in Matcha is an excellent oxygen carrier and quick healer, helps with detoxification and protects against radiation