hay fever season from the beginning of spring is really hateful, isn$B!G(Jt it? It
makes the nose and eyes itchy and one can not concentrate on work or study. Benifuki
tea our natural green tea product is coming to your help! Benifuki tea contains
great amounts of methylated catechins, components which are known to be effective
against pollenosis, atopic dermatitis and nasal cartarrh. If
its hay fever you are worried about, please try our Benifuki tea.
many years Japan's agriculture ministry has encouraged agricultural cooperatives
and affiliated organizations to develop healthier food products. An example of
such product is the green tea, Benifuki, which is said to contain hundred times
more methylated catechin than regular green tea. Methylated catechin is thought
to help relieve the effects of hay fever. Its history is still young but in 1993
Benifuki was officially registered with the Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry
and Fisheries. Since then Benifuki tea has become so popular that many companies
are struggling to meet demands.
catechins with their anti-allergic qualities help to fight perennial and seasonal
allergies. Their substances are readily absorbed by human intestines and remain
longer in our blood cycle than regular catechins.
catechins ease allergy diseases like hay fever and atopic nasitis! We recommend
this tea for customers who are troubled with symptoms like nose clogging, itching
of the eyes, etc. Our Asamiya Benifuki (2007 product) contains1600mg methylated
catechin per 100g
bag (1g) of Asamiya Benifuki to 350-500ml hot or cold water. Stir well.
from our customers
year I suffered with hay fever, but now the itching and tearing of the eyes stopped,
my nose clogging also stopped; in addition my itchy athlete's foot condition has
been alleviated. Every day I fill my mug cup with Benifuki tea and drink it. In
the pollen season I don't want to be without it. ( Mrs. T )
my childhood on I had allergic nasitis ; my nose was practically plugged all year
and breathing sometimes became quite difficult. It only took 30 minutes after
drinking my first Benifuki tea and I realized that air was freely passing through
my nose. What a surprise! A Tough Mug filled with Benifuki tea is my constant
companion. ( Mr. N )
Asamiya Benifuki is cultivated at the famous Fujita tea gardens in Koka city (
Shiga prefecture). At the harvest time for Shincha ( new tea) in May the buds
for the Benifuki are plucked but not manufactured. The buds are stored for 3 months
to increase the amount of methylated catechins. At the beginning of August the
harvested buds are steamed and rolled then ground to powder, filled into bags
and sealed. The month of July with its high temperatures is most important for
the natural development of methylated catechin.