entropyembrace wrote:The heavy use of fertilizers in Japanese tea increases the levels of caffiene in the leaf.
And the symptoms you´re describing are not normal...you guys really need to reduce your caffiene intake and talking to a Dr about it is probably a good idea...there may be an underlaying problem that the caffiene is making worse since most people are fine drinking tea.
tjsan wrote:This is the simplest solution, but not the best for someone who loves the taste of Sencha in the morning.
tjsan wrote:This is the simplest solution, but not the best for someone who loves the taste of Sencha in the morning. I would rather find the cause of these problems and be able to eliminate it in order to continue to enjoy the taste of green tea.
I will be grateful for any suggestions to help solve the problems of hypersensitivity to green tea ..