Japanese Matcha

I like green tea. It’s started when I drank my first green tea latte, after that I started to like any kind of green tea, from green tea leaves to green tea powder or matcha. 

To be honest I don’t really care about the quality of the tea until recently. I normally buy green tea leaves from local supermarket. 1 bag of 100 grams lasts forever 😆 I also bought matcha powder long time ago. It was a Chinese matcha, i bought 1 can of 100 grams powder for $3.61, they sent me another can. So practically it was 3 dollars for two cans. I didn’t really like the taste, I seldom drank it and ended up threw it.

Cheap Chinese Matcha
A couple days ago I ordered a Japanese Matcha on Taobao. It’s quite expensive compared to the Chinese Matcha. It cost me $8.69 for 40 grams can.

Aoarashi Japanese Matcha – Back
Aoarashi Japanese Matcha – Front

No, it’s not a ceremonial grade matcha (I heard they are really good, I’ve never had one because it’s super expensive 😬).


I just made a glass of green tea with one teaspoon of raw honey. I don’t know how they did it, but it tastes so good! 😋😋😋


Green tea have some benefits for your health, such as lower the risks of some types of cancer, heart dissease, lower cholesterol, reduce risks of stroke, lower the risk of type 2 diabetes, weight loss, hold promise as a new treatment for skin diseases, enhance our brain’s cognitive function, and might help to reduce the risk of Alzheimer’s disease.

For further information you can check this page: 

http://www.medicalnewstoday.com/articles/269538.php

If you are on certain medications, check on the precautions and risks section on page 3.

If you decided to buy green tea (leaves or powder), buy a good quality green tea, don’t do what I did 😬 Happy tea-ing! 🍵🙌🏼

One More Hot Water Bag!

Another cat hot water bag! 😁

I need to replace my old cat hot water bag, so I got this one. Slightly bigger and softer.


I always have cramps and lower back pain on my period, so I need two water bag to relieve the pain. One for my lower back and one for my abdomen. 

I have a big smile on my face because my pain is light today. 

I love to feel the heat on my lower back and abdomen. It’s kinda distract my brain from the pain. I usually recharge the bag every 3 hours. The bag will keep warm until 5-6 hours, but it’s not hot enough for me 😬😬😬

I think I’m kinda addicted to the heat to relieve the pain. Before I use the electric bag, I used to use the one where you need to boil the water manually in a kettle. I burnt my lower back almost every month. Seriously, it left blister! 

I’m glad I switched to the electric type, it’s much safer. 😊😊😊