Tea is consumed around the world and is known to help people destress and relax.  One reason for this is the amino acid L-theanine found in tea leaves.  It is found in highest concentration in green and white tea leaves.  But they also contain excitatory caffeine along with L-theanine.


Additional benefits to this molecule.

  • Lowers stress and anxiety by encouraging the brain to switch from anxious beta brain waves to calming alpha waves.
  • Promotes attention and cognitive strength.
  • Aids falling asleep and improves sleep quality by helping unwind from overthinking.
  • Stabilizes the excitatory glutamate pathway in the brain.
  • Breaks down the alcohol metabolite acetaldehyde (similar to formaldehyde) and reduces effects of free radical damage from drinking alcohol while increasing antioxidant Glutathione.


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