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I love this product and it works.  This is great for several things.

  • anxiety
  • high blood pressure
  •  preventing alzheimer’s disease
  • improve brain function
  • support cardiovascular function
  • relieve mental and physical stress
  • induce relaxation

Theanine is an amino acid (a building block for proteins) found in green tea.  Small amounts in Bay Bolete mushrooms.

How does it work?

Theanine has a chemical structure very similar to glutamate, a naturally occurring amino acid in the body that helps transmit nerve impulses in the brain.  Some of the effects of theanine appear to be similar to glutamate, and some effects seem to block glutamate.

Better immunity

Some research suggests that L-theanine may improve the function of the body’s immune system. One study published in the journal beverage found that L-theanine could help decrease the incidence of upper respiratory tract infections.

Another study found that L-theanine could help improve inflammation in the intestinal tract. However, more research is needed to confirm and expand on these findings.

Sinusitis relief

If you’re experiencing sinusitis, a cup of tea may help you find some relief.

Murray Grossan, MD, author of The Whole Body Approach to Allergy and Sinus Health and founder of the Grossan Sinus & Health Institute, notes that L-theanine can boost cilia movement in the nose.

Cilia are the hair-like strands that help clear up mucus that can be affected by an infection.

“In sinus disease, the cilia of the nose no longer pulse to remove stale mucus from the nose and sinuses,” he says.

“Instead, the mucus becomes thick, and this provides a place for bacteria to multiply. When the tea is added, the cilia speed up, mucus thins, and healing is on its way.”


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