Why do the Japanese usually drink Mugicha?
The answer to why that is a simple.
It's non-caffeine, non-allergenic, and mineral-rich tea.
Fragrant and refreshing, barley tea is a classic summer beverage that never gets old. Unlike coffee, tea, or oolong tea, it contains no caffeine, which means a good night's sleep. It has long been a favorite drink for babies and the elderly as it doesn't interfere with In recent years, the health benefits of barley tea have become clearer and more attention has been paid to it. In recent years, the health benefits of barley tea have been revealed, and it has been gaining more and more attention.
We wrote about the benefits of drinking barley tea in an article we recently posted.
What are the ingredients in Japanese barley tea?
Barley tea is said to have a cooling effect on the body when it is hot.
On a hot day, when you sweat, not only does your body lack water, but also minerals (sodium and potassium). A lack of minerals can cause more heat stroke.
Barley tea is rich in these minerals (sodium and potassium) and can provide the minerals that are missing from the body along with water, making it an effective way to prevent heat stroke.
It's caffeine-free, so it is easy to drink!
And, after all, barley tea is caffeine free (zero caffeine).
Caffeine has many benefits, and diuretic properties are one of them.
But in the summer, when heat stroke is a concern, it's best to drink a tea that has as little diuretic effect as possible to rehydrate you.
Non-caffeinated barley tea is a great summer tea because it has less diuretic action.
It is especially safe for those who are pregnant and concerned about caffeine, or for hydrating kids who drink a lot of gulping.
Barley tea also contains GABA (gamma-aminobutyric acid), which is found in brown rice and is said to help lower blood pressure and reduce triglycerides.
It's reasonable and you can drink a lot of it.
Cold drinks during the hot summer season are also consumed more often.
Even if you keep a 2-liter plastic bottle in the refrigerator, you can still consume a lot. It will be gone in no time.
But if you're making barley tea at home, it's very cheap for boiling and watering out.
At the cheapest Mugicha, a bag for 1 liter costs about 3 yen.(About 30 cents.)
Even for households that drink many liters of tea every day, barley tea is easy on the family budget.
A Japanese company went abroad to promote Mugicha in Japan and this article was introduced in Japan.
The results of a tasting survey conducted at supermarkets in Vietnam and Singapore showed that although there was some resistance to the unsweetened tea at first, the refreshing taste of the tea was very well received by the customers.
In recent years, countries around the world have become more health-conscious, and simply changing the tea you drink to Mugicha may have a positive effect on your body.
Lastly, I'm giving away a piece of information for you to read this article!
"I don't have a cold water bottle in my house and I don't want to bother buying one."
Don't give up‼
I'm going to share with you the wisdom I used to use when I was traveling abroad.
How to make Easy Mugicha
1. 1 pack of barley tea in a 2-liter or 1.8-liter bottle of mineral water Just put it in.
2. put it in the refrigerator overnight.
3.The next morning, the barley tea is ready to drink.
4. when you're done drinking, just take the barley tea pack out and throw it away.
How easy is that?
In Japan, they also sell long, thin barley tea packs for water bottles. I sincerely wish they sold them all over the world.
Mugicha (barley tea) may be unfamiliar to you, but you may not like the taste of the tea.
But you should try Mugicha, which is packed with ingredients that are known to be good for you.