It could be that you need a good liver cleanse due to excess fire in the stomach that travels there and ends up in the spleen (when liver Qi is stagnant in excess in the liver).Tea4Todd wrote:Maybe it's just me, or maybe it's because I have had matcha on an empty stomach before, but my few experiences with matcha have left me with a horrible stomach ache and very nauseous. I was wondering if anyone else other than me has experienced this before? Are there incorrect ways to make matcha that could contribute to someone feeling nauseous?
My advice undergo a good liver cleanse. If you need more info whim me a PM and I will provide you a couple of links.
Note: My breakfast every morning is Chinese green gong fu cha on an empty stomach and I feel I reached Nirvana while driving to work. One day I will have a serious crash.