It's said that tea is best of all medicines and when drinking it provides several good effects on one's health. One cup of tea has many natural, healthy components in it. Since matcha is made from grinded tea leaves, it's possible to get all the nutritional value from it.
Matcha contains theanine, which has a relaxing effect and can help relieve agitation and tension. It can also help one focus and help one's memory. Theanine can also help one feel less-tired, just like caffeine. It's good for averting sleep, but the refreshing effects are also good for improving metabolism.
There is a lot of vitamin C (4-7 times that of an orange) in matcha, which helps improve the immune system and helps prevent colds and cancer. Vitamin C is also good for relieving stress.
Raw tea leaves don't have much smell, heated amino acids and sugar produce a nice smell when heated. There are over 200 different kinds of smells found in Japanese tea.
Tea contains catechin, which burns fat, and tannin, which helps absorb fat. There is also a lot of fiber, which helps with detoxification so dietary benefits can be expected. The catechin and the vitamins are also good for beautiful skin.
Along with fluorine, there are several minerals included in matcha. With catechin, tea is used for sterilization and helps prevent colds, food poisoning, and the flu.
Matcha has theanine, which helps lower blood pressure and catechin, which helps reduce cholesterol. Catechin has antioxidants and anti-cancer properties, so you pretty much don't need a doctor.