How to Use Matcha Tea to Cure Urine Tract Infection

How to Use Matcha Tea to Cure Urine Tract Infection

Urine tract infections are something that everybody should know how to treat. Whether you need to treat an infection yourself, or you have a friend that needs to be treated, you will know how to handle it. In this day and age, with everything being electronic, we don’t really have to go through the process of treating our own urine, but if you want to get the best results, then treating it by hand is the way to go.

With just about any kind of infection, we know that laying on top of the pain will just make it worse, and using simple things like tea bags and water bowls can make the process a lot easier. Here are a few tips on how you can use matcha tea to cure your own urine tract infection.

How to Make Matcha Tea

Making matcha tea is surprisingly easy and very similar to making regular black tea. The only difference is that you use green tea instead of black tea leaves. Green tea is pretty easy to come by, and there are many methods for making green tea at home. If you choose to use a machine or special equipment to make your green tea, then using matcha after the machine has finished brewing your green tea will be even easier.

What You Need:

Matcha powder (or leaves)

Water

Two Teaspoons of Matcha Powder for Every Cup of Water

To start off making your matcha tea, all you need is some matcha powder (or leaves) and hot water. That’s it! When you add the water, don’t forget about adding in thematcha powder as well; 2 teaspoons per cup of water is a good amount. If you would like a less chalky taste, then using less matcha powder is fine as well; just remember that when you add milk or juice, those ingredients get diluted as well. So using milk with your matcha tea isn’t such a bad idea since they contain lactose which is a sugar molecule found in cow’s milk that gets broken down by bacteria in our bodies that help us digest acidity.

As long as you don’t mind having slightly sweetened breath after drinking your matcha tea, then going with pure green tea is perfectly fine too. You might not appreciate the bitter after taste in some cases, and going with an iced version makes it even better since ice dilutes the taste buds and gives us more sweetness per cup of water. If you want extra insurance when drinking your matcha tea out on public transport or want to give someone a present that doesn’t fit into their usual routine, then buying them iced matcha instead of plain old hot matcha will be a great way to show them how much you care about them.

How to Drink Matcha Tea

Drinking matcha isn’t too difficult of a process once you get used to it. Initially when I started drinking it was quite bitter but over time I got used to it and now I can drink it every single day without any complaints whatsoever. The general rule is that if I had any other kind of beverage except water during my dieting phase, then I will switch over to drinking matches throughout the day until I finally end up settling with just having lots of plain old bottled water during these phases because let’s face it; tap water isn’t exactly what anyone wants drinking anyways.

To drink your matcha-infused honey or lemonade, all you need is some filtered/bottled spring/filtered water and something else sweet (like sugar). For honey drinkers out there, substituting honey for some of your filtered/bottled spring/filtered water will give your drink an extra kick while still being able to technically call it “teAchha tomAHAH mArkaDHana pUzzaH” (mango lassi). For people who aren’t big on flavored liquids or prefer plain ol’ H2O over anything else, sticking with just regular filtered H2O will be perfectly fine as well; no one style ever invalidates another person’s preferences! The important thing here is finding ways that you can enjoy doing something healthy even when they seem relatively unhealthy compared to something else that we do sometimes automatically without thinking about it . Knowing how to do things like this shows growth both physically and mentally health-wise .

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