There is more to tea than meets the eye and it's more than a coincidence that green tea, in particular, has been used for centuries to get monks, scholars, poets, and you, dear reader, into a state of calm. That coincidence is called “L-theanine” - Taihoku


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Nootropic You Should Know: L-Theanine

Stress. Anxiety. Burnout. Insomnia. Reversing these issues may seem challenging, but what if something as simple as drinking tea could help?

L-theanine—a natural component in tea leaves and some types of mushrooms—could be a beneficial addition to your wellness toolkit. It's a nootropic, meaning it's known to have brain benefits. And, if you're not a fan of tea or prefer to get it another way, it's also available in supplement form.

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