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Our New CBD Matcha, Rosemary Capsules, why are they so good !

We love to inform you why we choose the ingredients we do in our products. Here is why we are adding Matcha and Rosemary in our new CBD Capsules.



Matcha Green Tea has the highest antioxidant rating of all major superfoods, and there’s even a test to prove it. According to The ORAC (Oxygen Radical Absorption Capacity) test, which measures the antioxidant levels in foods, Matcha Green Tea measures 1384 units per gram. That’s 13x the antioxidants of pomegranates, 15x the antioxidants of blueberries, and 125x that of spinach. Say hello to feeling invincible!


The combination of caffeine with l-theanine in matcha green tea provides a stable and extended boost of energy without the anxious jitters or side effects like you might have previously experienced with coffee and energy drinks.

The caffeine will gently pick you up, provide you with an extended energy boost and then will let you softly back down to earth.


Some things simply require a lot of thought. The combination of caffeine and l-theanine do wonders for concentration. L-theanine boosts the production of alpha waves in the brain. These alpha waves encourage relaxation and induce a profound feeling of mental clarity and a more alert state of mind - the same mental state can be found in meditation.

MATCHA: GREAT FOR IMMUNITYMatcha green tea Fortifies the immune system and limits the invasion and growth of viruses and bacteria in the body. The special catechin antioxidant called EGCg is effective in fighting and protecting the body against various bacterial and viral infections. EGCg binds to cells in the body and inhibits the growth of many disease-causing microorganisms.


Want to go the extra mile? Try adding matcha to your weight loss program and see what happens. EGCg and caffeine work together to naturally boost your metabolism and increase the number of calories you burn on a daily basis.Matcha green tea utilizes fat as an energy source.


L-theanine is a rare amino acid found in high concentrations in matcha that crosses the blood-brain barrier and promotes a feeling of relaxation while reducing mental and physical stress* (9). L-theanine works with caffeine to provide a stable extended boost of energy with none of the usual jittery side effects of caffeine and stimulants. It’s a mouthful, but l-theanine has a lot to do with the relaxed state of mind you experience when you’re on matcha. 


Catechins are a rare group of molecules that have proven to be incredibly potent and beneficial antioxidants* (3). One Specific Catechin, called EGCg, makes up a large percentage of the total catechins in matcha green tea. This super molecule aids in weight loss and promotes a healthy brain and heart health. Matcha green tea and cocoa are the two best places to find catechins.


One of the many green tea benefits has to do with the fact that matcha is great for your skin! The catechins in green tea work to trap and deactivate free radicals in the skin, which slows down signs of aging. Applying matcha directly to the skin in the form of a mask is one of the best ways to fight acne and symptoms of rosacea

REDUCE REDNESSMatcha powder has many anti-inflammatory properties, especially EGCg, that reduce the redness associated with chronic skin conditions such as rosacea and acne. It is gentle enough for all skin types and brings soothing relief. Not only will your skin feel better, you’ll look better, too! Matcha diminishes redness, meaning you can walk out of your house with a face of confidence

IMPROVE YOUR COMPLEXIONMatcha powder does crazy things to keep your complexion fresh and healthy. Not only does it reduce inflammation, it also offers a one-two punch for the skin to exfoliate and eliminate dead skin cells, then rejuvenate the underlying skin to improve your complexion. The only thing you’ll see is a better looking version of yourself!

‚ÄúYOU LOOK GREAT!‚ÄĚThanks! That‚Äôs because matcha powder diminishes the signs of aging. Let‚Äôs face it. This is one of the biggest reasons¬†we take care of¬†our skin. Matcha protects against UV damage and improves skin elasticity. It even stimulates elastin production to add volume to the skin and protects it against those free radicals cause sun damage, age spots, dry skin, and yes, wrinkles.


Whatever it was, the answer is yes. A study performed by the University of Basel, Switzerland found that green tea increased the working memory performance of participants and increased the brain’s effective connectivity, leading to improvements in cognitive performance. The results of the study showed that those who drank matcha performed better on the short-term memory tests and showed higher brain function in the frontal and parietal lobes of the brain. The frontal lobe is responsible for the majority of advanced thinking while the parietal lobe in the back of the brain handles the cognitive understanding of speech. The MRI scans revealed that those who drank matcha had more interaction between the two areas, boosting information recall and the speed of which they processed information.


The Health Benefits of Rosemary

Rosemary is a fragrant herb native to the Mediterranean region.  It has a warm, bitter taste and it provides a nice flavor and aroma to many foods.

Rosemary is not only known for its taste and smell; it is also renowned for the many health benefits it possesses. A good source of iron, calcium and vitamins A, C, and B-6, rosemary has been used for its medicinal purposes for centuries.

Some of the many potential health benefits of rosemary include:

Hormone Balance

The carnosol in rosemary can help balance androgen and estrogen hormones in the body. If your doctor has diagnosed a hormone imbalance, ask if rosemary may be useful. Aromatherapy is the easiest way to use rosemary to balance hormones. If you choose to use a diffuser, be sure to follow the directions, as excessive amounts can cause a variety of unwanted symptoms.

Beautiful Hair

Physical appearances make us unique. Just like the color of our eyes and the tone of our skin, hair is individual to all of us. To keep your hair looking healthy and full, try adding some rosemary to your diet by seasoning your dishes or even drinking it with hot water. The oils in the leaves act as a natural disinfectant that protects the scalp from harmful bacteria that adversely affect the hair follicles, keeping your scalp healthy and your hair shiny. A few gray strands? No worries -- rosemary could also prevent premature graying.

Hair Growth

Rosemary oil has the ability to improve circulation and stimulate nerve growth in the scalp, which can help with a variety of hair problems including hair loss. Studies show the oil in rosemary works better than some alopecia medications. By preventing excess oils on the scalp, rosemary helps keep the skin in this area clean and healthy, which in turn facilitates the efforts of the hair follicles.

Skin Saver

The sun is both beautiful and powerful. Plants and animals rely on the warm rays to help with food cycles. However, too much sun can be damaging and cause skin distress that can lead to severe conditions such as cancer. Rosemary can lend the skin its phytonutrient properties. Just like hair, rosemary offers the same natural disinfectant for skin, helping prevent damage from the sun and free radicals. Dealing with stubborn pimples and acne? Rosemary even has natural anti-inflammatory properties that help keep the redness at bay.

Stress Reduction

Rosemary has been proven to help lower stress and anxiety. You can diffuse rosemary essential oil and it will have a calming effect on your body. It also has anti-depressant qualities. Consult your doctor before using rosemary as an alternative to traditional medications for anxiety and depression. Every person is different, and rosemary may not work for some.

Immunity Booster

Rosemary has three active components that can give the immune system a boost: anti-inflammatories, antioxidants, and anti-carcinogenic. Rosemary can help you to avoid getting sick during times of the year when colds and flu are running rampant. You can add rosemary to tea, especially if you feel a cold coming. Rosemary may also help reduce coughs and the accumulation of phlegm in the respiratory system when you are sick.

Brain Power

Aging is inevitable and is happening to everyone every second of the day, and keeping a sharp brain is important. The powerful mint and pine aroma of rosemary is said to boost our ability to concentrate, focus, and maintain overall brain performance. Rosemary also contains carbonic acid, which attacks free radicals in the brain, and can help prevent and heal brain damage in people who have had strokes. Another reason rosemary should be a part of your daily diet: it could help slow the aging of the brain and potentially prevent Alzheimer’s disease.

Pain Reliever

Rosemary has some powerful anti-inflammatory properties that can help reduce pain, and when added to topical creams can be placed directly on the problematic area. When consumed in foods or as a tea, the herb may help reduce pain associated with migraines, menstrual cramps, and arthritis. Two chemicals in rosemary -- carnosol acid and carnosic acid -- are useful in reducing inflammation.


Iron is an important factor in maintaining good health. The essential mineral ensures the body has enough oxygen by helping produce oxygen-carrying red blood cells and aiding in the transportation of oxygen throughout the body. With too little iron, people tend to become easily fatigued and experience frequent headaches. Iron is also a key player in maintaining healthy skin, hair, and nails.

Vitamin B6

Vitamin B6 is extremely useful in regulating hormones. It plays a big role in keeping mood high and helps lower stress by encouraging the production of serotonin and norepinephrine. Vitamin B6 also helps produce the hormone melatonin, which regulates the internal clock, letting our bodies know when it is bedtime. Being deficient in B6 may lead to cracked skin on the lips, exhaustion, and even mood swings. Rosemary helps regulate these hormones.

Healthy Gut

The gut can be sensitive, and it is important to take note of what your stomach can handle. Adding rosemary can help alleviate troubles such as indigestion, irritable bowel syndrome (IBS), and even ulcers. Ulcers are caused by the bacteria H. pylori, but thankfully, rosemary can prevent the growth of this bacteria. The herb also fights other bacteria known to cause IBS and colitis, a chronic inflammatory disease in the digestive tract.

Liver Detox

The liver's job is to detoxify the body, getting rid of all the unneeded and harmful things that are ingested or absorbed throughout the day. It also filters the blood from the digestive tract before sending it back out through the rest of the body. Rosemary helps lower the risk of type 2 diabetes and cirrhosis, scarring of the liver tissue that accompanies liver disease. Rosemary can also speed liver recovery.


**NEW** Meno Matcha + Rosemary Capsules 1200mg

**NEW** Meno Matcha + Rosemary Capsules 1200mg