Matcha Capsules

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*****Perfect Energy Supplement

By Carrie S. on July 6, 2017
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Although I have only been taking the Matcha capsules for a week, I can really see a difference in my energy level. The directions say 5 capsules per day, but I started with 1 in the morning and 1 around lunch time. I don’t think I’ll need to take 5 a day as I already drink a lot of green tea on a daily basis. I’ve noticed around lunch time, if I haven’t taken one, I feel a little sluggish………..(probably because of heat and humidity here in the south).. I would definitely recommend this product

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Kiss Me Organics Matcha Green Tea Capsules

Not everyone loves the taste of matcha powder. Some people don’t like the slightly vegetal aftertaste (some people find it a little too bitter). While many agree that green tea powder is an acquired taste, there’s no need to forego the benefits of matcha if you just can’t get used to its unique flavor. There are other ways to get your matcha fix. Matcha Capsules provide you all the same health benefits as our 100% organic matcha powder–like long-lasting energy and focus, increased calorie-burning ability and curbed hunger–but in a convenient, easy to swallow capsule. That means you don’t have to drink it!

These capsules are made from vegan, plant-based materials and filled with 100% organic matcha and are perfect for those who love the health benefits and energy boost of matcha but don’t like the taste of green tea. There are tons of reasons to get a daily dose of matcha, it’s full of disease-fighting antioxidants, it provides steady energy without the caffeine crash or jitters, and it’s known to increase focus and productivity. But for many people, the weight loss support provided by matcha is still its most attractive health benefit.  Our matcha tea capsules are ideal for many of our customers because they are convenient and provide safe and effective weight loss support.

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How Are Matcha Capsules Made?

Our matcha green tea capsules are made by filling vegetable (hypromellose) capsules with 100% organic, premium matcha. They are encapsulated in the US and tested by a third party lab to ensure they are free from lead, radiation and other harmful chemicals. We only use the very best Japanese matcha available in our capsules.

How do Matcha Capsules Work?

Research shows positive results from using matcha for weight loss and endurance. These results can be attributed to the high levels of EGCG (a potent antioxidant) found in matcha powder. Just like brewed green tea, this powdered form of green tea can improve your metabolism, increase thermogenesis and decrease your fat storage. But matcha yields better results because you consume the whole leaf which allows you to ingest 137 times the EGCG of brewed tea (EGCG is an antioxidant found in matcha and one of the components responsible for its weight loss effects).

Health Benefits of Matcha Capsules

Matcha is packed with health benefits. It’s loaded with disease-fighting antioxidants that help keep you healthy and young, it provides powerful weight loss support by curbing your hunger and speeding up your metabolism and rate of burning calories, and it increases energy and endurance. It contains a combination of caffeine and l-theanine, which works together to increase energy and keep you calm and focused. Matcha also contains manganese which helps support healthy bones, teeth and skin.

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Packed with Antioxidants

Matcha contains a powerful antioxidant known as EGCG. Research suggests that EGCG helps stimulate thermogenesis (your bodies calorie-burning potential). This means that regular intake of EGCG can support increased levels of fat-burning. EGCG is also found in brewed green tea, but the concentration is higher in matcha (137 times higher).

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Matcha Capsules vs. Green Tea Extract

Matcha green tea capsules are an excellent alternative to green tea extracts because they offer many of the same health benefits (including weight loss support and appetite control), but they don’t have any of the dangerous side effects of green tea extract. Green tea extract pills have been linked to liver and kidney problems and they often contain fillers and appetite suppressants which can cause long-term damage. Matcha capsules are also safer than other supplements like Garcinia Cambogia that can cause anxiety and have reportedly caused liver damage and other dangerous side effects.

Are Matcha Capsules Safe?

Yes. Matcha is simply whole green tea leaves ground into a powder. Our matcha capsules are safer than green tea extract pills, but they share many of the same health benefits, like weight loss support, increased energy and fat burning. There are no additives, fillers or added appetite suppressants, our capsules are filled with pure, 100% all natural organic matcha powder.

Instructions

Recommended: Begin by taking 1 capsule daily, increasing dose over a 2 week period to get the desired effect (up to 5 capsules a day). As you increase the dose, monitor how your body feels and adjust intake accordingly.

  • Encapsulated in America using vegetable (hypromellose) capsules.
  • Store in a cool, dark, dry place.
  • Product of Japan.

Take 2-4 capsules for a boost of calm focused energy. These matcha capsules will contribute to keeping you focused and productive.

Our green tea powder capsules are also great for a pre-workout boost. Matcha can help increase fitness endurance, boost energy and promote elevated thermogenesis (your body’s rate of burning calories). This means that matcha may help you reach your fitness goals faster.  

Choosing Matcha Capsules

When choosing matcha capsules, there are a couple of things you will want to keep in mind. When you’re purchasing consumable products, like green tea powder capsules, you will want to look for organic if possible. This will ensure you are not ingesting harmful pesticides. Matcha is a wonderful source of nutrients, vitamins and antioxidants but if your matcha is contaminated, the negative effects will outweigh the benefits.

Our matcha products are all lab-tested by a third-party lab to ensure unbiased test results. We have our products tested for chemicals, heavy metals and radiation, so you know you are completely safe consuming our matcha green tea capsules.

Where to Buy The Best Matcha Capsules

Although green tea extract pills are more common on the market, there are a handful of brands that now offer pure matcha powder capsules. We are committed to staying ahead of our competition by ensuring our product is made from the very best 100% organic, premium ingredients. Our vegan capsules are made from plant materials and filled with 100% organic, matcha sourced from the best Japanese matcha plantations. Our products are also covered by a Lifetime Money Back Guarantee, meaning if you are not satisfied with your purchase, we will refund your money in full. Kiss Me Organics Matcha Capsules are available on Amazon. 100% Money Back Lifetime Guarantee.

4 reviews for Matcha Capsules

  1. Rated 5 out of 5

    kajenkins

    If you don’t like the earthy taste of matcha powder, this is a great way to get a potent energy boost and tons of antioxidants. – Kelly Anne Jenkins

  2. Rated 5 out of 5

    davidwe12

    These KissMeOrganics Matcha Capsules are an awesome way to get my matcha energy boost on the go. – David Westbank

  3. Rated 5 out of 5

    britt1981

    I keep KissMeOrganics Matcha Capsules in my purse at all times. They’re my secret weapon. – Brittany Holden

  4. Rated 5 out of 5

    waldorfjim

    I pop a couple of these matcha capsules after work, and I’m re-energized for the gym. – James Waldorf

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Certifications

Caffeine Testing 1
EGCG Testing 1
Catechins and Phenols 1
Heavy Metals 1
Organic Certification 1 2
Radiation Testing 1
Kosher Certification 1
Global Food Safety Initiative (GFSI) Certificate 1
Vitamins, Calories, Caffeine, L-Theanine, Polyphenols, and Heavy Metals Testing 1
Micro Analysis Report 1 2 3

Q: Bad Taste
— Asked on May 12, 2017
A: As you have noticed, matcha naturally has a very distinct flavour to it. Many people will add both a sweetener and milk to bring it more to their liking. Can you give this a try and let us know what you think?   Also, if you haven't already, please make sure to try out some of our recipes in the guide which was emailed to you shortly after you placed your order. Culinary Grade Matcha in smoothies seems to be a customer favourite!   If you didn't receive the guide, please let us know and we will be more than happy to send it to you right away.
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Q: Does matcha increase hot flashes?
— Asked on May 17, 2017
A: While we are not medical doctors, we see that there are studies out there that caffeine may have an increased effect on hot flashes. Since Matcha contains a naturally occurring caffeine, it may have an effect on them.Then on the other hand, there are also studies that say, "when taken with other herbs, green tea may alleviate hot flashes."Since each person is different, we always recommend speaking with your doctor or a nutritionist for the most up to date medical advice.
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Q: Is your matcha tea gluten-free? Packed in a gluten-free facility?   Do you happen to know if  Wheat farms are common next to Tea farms in Japan?
— Asked on May 17, 2017
A: The owner recently visited the farm in Shizuoka, Japan and he confirmed that it is a gluten-free facility. They only process tea there. The Japanese government is extremely strict about not allowing tea companies to process other items. In addition to doing the customary removal of his shoes at the door of the facility, he had to wear a white suit, special shoes, and walk through a vacuum/air chamber to remove any impurities from his body before being allowed into the area that has the tea. He said the region where the tea is harvested was mostly green tea with some rice fields too. He said he was not looking for wheat fields, but doesn't remember seeing any on his travels, so he cannot confirm of any near the farm.
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Q: Caffeine Content
— Asked on May 17, 2017
A: Caffeine content is 3.0gr/100gr. A teaspoon of matcha is 2 grams. So 3% of 2 grams is 0.06 grams Since matcha is the entire green tea leaf, dried and ground into a fine powder, there is a naturally occurring amount of caffeine. One factor that can greatly affect the amount is the way the tea is grown. If the leaves were shade grown, as in the Ceremonial Grade Matcha, the tendency is the plants will try to increase their chlorophyll content in order to get as much light as they can, and in the process increases all other minerals found on the leaves; this includes the caffeine content. Our Culinary Grade Matcha is not shade grown, thus its caffeine content is a bit lower; it is almost the same amount as a regular cup of tea. A traditional serving of matcha is 1/2 tsp matcha, or 1g. 1g Culinary Matcha = 19mg caffeine 1g Ceremonial Matcha = 30mg caffeine One traditional serving of matcha has less caffeine than most teas, some soft drinks (like Mountain Dew), and is about equivalent with brewed green tea. Even if you use 2 tsp of Culinary Matcha, you're still getting less caffeine than the average drip coffee. If you are concerned about the effects of caffeine we suggest starting off with a small amount, such as 1/8 tsp.
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Q: Is there a difference in the culinary and ceremonial as far as nutrition?
— Asked by tmcub81 on June 1, 2017
A: Hi! Thank you for your question! To answer your question, Culinary and Ceremonial Grade are harvested with distinct purposes in mind. While some enjoy the Culinary Grade as a tea, most prefer this type of matcha in smoothies, baking, or other recipes, and it is how we recommend using this grade. If you're seeking a matcha to use as a tea only, then the Ceremonial Grade is your best option.The Ceremonial Grade is shade-grown, which increases the chlorophyll (i.e. making it greener in color) and L-theanine (giving it a more savory taste). Due to less light, it also decreases vitamin C and catechin (responsible for astringency) content, again providing a smoother taste.Culinary Matcha, is fully sun-grown in the summer, therefore it should have a higher vitamin C and catechin (including EGCG) content. This will give it a stronger taste than the Ceremonial Grade.I hope this helps clarify the differences. If you have any other questions, please don't hesitate to let me know.
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Q: What's the difference between the culinary matcha and the ceremonial matcha?
— Asked by Rachel on June 27, 2017
A: Thanks so much for reaching out to us. To answer your question, Culinary and Ceremonial Grade are harvested with distinct purposes in mind. While some enjoy the Culinary Grade as a tea, most prefer this type of matcha in smoothies, baking, or other recipes, and it is how we recommend using this grade. If you're seeking a matcha to use as a tea only, then the Ceremonial Grade is your best option.The Ceremonial Grade is shade grown, which increases the chlorophyll (i.e. making it greener in color) and L-theanine (giving it a more savory taste). Due to less light, it also decreases vitamin C and catechin (responsible for astringency) content, again providing a smoother taste.Culinary Matcha, is fully sun grown in the summer, therefore it should have a higher vitamin C and catechin (including EGCG) content. This will give it a stronger taste than the Ceremonial Grade.I hope this helps clarify the differences. If you have any other questions, please don't hesitate to let me know.Kind regards,Meghan Customer Love Department KissMeOrganics
— http://jennifer
Q: The culinary grade matcha powder and breastfeeding mothers? Is it safe?
— Asked by Laurel on June 29, 2017
A: Thank you for the excellent question! Since we are not medical professionals, we always recommend consulting with your doctor first. The biggest consideration is matcha contains a naturally occurring amount of caffeine, which is typically less than a cup of coffee. If you are trying to avoid caffeine completely during breastfeeding then it's best to not drink matcha. Again, for a more definitive answer, please consult your doctor.
— http://jennifer
Q: Hi, do you know if the recommended dose of 1/2 to 1 teaspoon of matcha powder has a greater content of green tea than a green tea capsule? Thanks.
— Asked by Nancy Mendes on July 28, 2017
A: Excellent question! One of our matcha green tea capsules has 2.5g of Culinary Grade Matcha. Since there are 1.5 to 2 grams of matcha per teaspoon, our capsules have a greater content of green tea. Hope this helps!
— http://jennifer

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