Serene GABA Oolong

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Our Serene GABA Tea comes from a certified biological tea farm in Taiwan and is grown with natural farming methods*. GABA (GAMMA-AMINOBUTYRIC ACID) is an amino acid, which is a type of chemical responsible for carrying information from one cell to anotherin our central nervous system.

Reputable scientific research suggests several benefits of GABA in humans; such as reducing blood pressure, slowing motion sickness, improving moods, and relaxation (see WebMD, search for GABA). Many suggest drinking tea containing GABA to boost GABA amount in our brains (e.g. Dr. Oz show, search for GABA-Boosting Brain Foods). Our serene GABA tea is one of the natural sources to increase GABA.

Japanese researchers found that a higher amount of GABA accumulated in tea when it is processed under no oxygen conditions. Using natural production methods, our “Serene GABA Tea” is processed in a chamber without oxygen, which allows natural GABA released in the tea. The taste of Serene GABA Tea is a fresh vegetal flavor with a long lasting smooth finish. No mater it is cold or hot, our delicious serene GABA is the natural resource for GABA and antioxidants as well.

Grown without synthetic chemical substances and without genetically engineered seeds. The farm is certified and compliant with Taiwan certified agricultural standards for biological farming.

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Philadelphia Coffee & Tea Festival #12

Hooray! I finally got Steepster to add this tea. It kept giving me errors, and I eventually realized it was because their database didn’t like “Health & Tea” with spaces.

This was an interesting tea. I’d never heard of GABA before, and I was intrigued. I love oolong and am always up for new oolong experiences.

So I don’t know if this is true of GABA as a whole but the entire taste of the tea was just wrong. It did not taste like oolong, instead tasting more like black tea. It had the sour and bitter flavor notes I associate with black tea, and none of the buttery notes I love and adore in oolong. So disappointed.

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