Things to Know About Caffeine in Green Tea
Green Tea comes in many forms and each brew has its own distinct growing and harvesting method, color, and flavor profile. Despite there being so many types of green tea; they are all rich in nutrients and we are happy to promote this healthy beverage. Everyone is familiar with the instant boost of energy that you get from caffeinated coffee and sugary beverages as well as the crash that some of us get later in the day. We are here to assure you that there is an alternative to this up and down cycle, green tea. Green tea contains caffeine however its affects are less drastic than those of coffee and other sugary beverages. Green tea works by slowly waking you up with a gentler boost that rises slowly then evens out; rather than leaving you with a sudden crash/feeling like all you want is a nap in the middle of the day. Although the caffeine in green tea will provide a different experience from that of coffee or sugary beverages, it still does contain caffeine. The exact amount differs depending on the type of green tea and we recommend for you to discuss green tea consumption with your doctor if you are sensitive to caffeine.