Functional Property of Tea, Gamma-Aminobutyric Acid

Normal tea does not contain much γ-amino butyric acid, but when tea leaves are kept in an anaerobic state (no oxygen), a large amount of γ-amino butyric acid accumulates.

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Tea contains a large amount of an amino acid called glutamic acid, and glutamic acid decarboxylase works on this glutamic acid, causing the accumulation of gamma-amino butyric acid.

Drinking tea that contains 100-200mg of this gamma-amino butyric acid in 100g of tea leaves suppresses the rise in blood pressure. In other words, clinical results have shown that people with hypertension who drink this tea three times a day, in the morning, afternoon, and evening, will have a reduction in the rise in blood pressure.

Tawara Natural Farm uses natural farming methods to grow tea in an environment as close to nature as possible, without using any pesticides or chemical fertilizers.

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