What are the benefits of Sencha green tea?


A popular tea in Japan, called Sencha Green Tea, is prized for its delicate aroma and wide variety of flavors, as well as its many health benefits. As seen with its iodine accents and vegetal notes, which makes it an all-around wholesome beverage.

Sencha green tea: a concentrate of antioxidants to boost your immune system?

Although your immune system is an internal army and it has to fight against external diseases, one way to improve your defenses is taking care of your body. For example, eating healthy and getting physical activity, drinking water or green tea like Sencha can help boost your health.

The polyphenol in green tea boosts immunity against foreign pathogens and fights the effects of free radicals and premature cell ageing. Despite these benefits, there are also many other health-boosting qualities in Sencha green tea leaves!

Organic Sencha green tea is a natural stimulant

The energizing properties of green tea are said to be particularly beneficial to our immune system. If you drink that type of tea, which is known as green tea, you will get those benefits while also having some of the much-needed caffeine. However, this type of caffeine is released gradually over a period of 6 hours, making it safer for everyone in comparison with coffee drinks.

Theine stimulates concentration and boosts memory faculties in a gentle but longer-lasting manner. Those who drink this type of green tea can awaken their senses more gently than caffeine by respecting the body’s natural rhythms.


It’s hard to sleep when one feels fatigued and you want a little boost of energy. Here’s some things we do at Kusmi: drink your green tea before 5pm, so that you don’t have trouble falling asleep. That way, you’re enjoying the benefits of restoring energy and stimulating the mind just before bedtime.


Unlike many other teas, Sencha green tea can be consumed as a snack or dessert. To enjoy the full range of its properties, it’s suggested that you drink it after a meal since Sencha tea is said to have beneficial effects on digestion and is especially suited for eating a rich meal.

Sencha green tea is good for digestion

The stomach is the body’s second brain and as such, it deserves to be pampered. What if Japanese green tea had beneficial effects on digestion? Indeed, Japanese green tea is a good source of tannins, flavonoids, amino acids, and vitamins.

All of these nutrients contribute to a well-balanced intestinal flora! Thus, regular consumption of quality green tea combined with a balanced life style could contribute to digestive well-being.

The good news is that this is particularly true of Japanese green teas such as Sencha or Matcha which are loaded with healthy nutrients. In short, drinking your Sencha green tea after a meal can’t hurt… especially after a rich meal!

Does Sencha green tea make you lose weight?

Our team at Kusmi has a mixed opinion on how green tea can help with weight loss. While it’s very tempting to believe that drinking microbrews is the solution to your weight problems, there is no solid evidence that such a drink can assist in changing your physique.

Sencha, itself, by its very definition, will not make you melt in your cup of tea; however, it does have slimming properties. It does have detoxifying and antioxidant benefits (with more supporting research for these benefits than for weight loss). But since it should be consumed as part of a healthy and balanced diet plan, we recommend maximizing its potential by doing so.

Which Sencha green tea should I choose?

The best option for you is to choose an organic Sencha, because you can be sure that it’s been produced and processed without pesticides.

How do you prepare your Sencha tea to get the most out of its benefits?

If you’re looking for a healthy but tasty tea that’s good for your health, then Sencha Tea is the perfect choice. However, you’ll need to know how to get the most out of it by using proper preparation techniques.

Sencha tastes stronger and more bitter at higher temperatures and with a longer brewing time, but also has a mildly sweet taste. Kusmi recommends 2 grams of Sencha tea for 60 ml of boiling water, for a brew time of about two minutes at 70°C. This will allow you to reap the benefits tea can have such as reducing stress levels and heart-friendliness.

Ritual 28: a vitamin C cure that combines pleasure and health

Organic Sencha is a green tea known for its health benefits and antioxidant levels. Kusmi has decided to revolutionize science without upsetting your daily routine. This product is called “Ritual 28,” which helps boost your immune system during a break. It’s as simple as that! How do you do it?

To combine the benefits, I’ll show you our unique, avant-garde process for infusing acerola fruit (one of the richest sources of vitamin C in nature) into green teas in our organic Sencha varieties.

But why take a vitamin C cure? Vitamin C is an essential nutrient for our well-being and the proper functioning of our immune system, especially during winter when certain foods and drinks are fortified with this vital nutrient.