Chaga tea is caffeine-free

Chaga tea is caffeine-free

Coffee, black tea, green tea, etc. contain caffeine. Concerned about the addictive nature and disadvantages of caffeine, an increasing number of people are choosing decaf and non-caffeinated herbs. Chaga tea is a completely caffeine-free tea.

What is caffeine?

Caffeine is a plant-derived ingredient called an alkaloid. It is a bitter-tasting ingredient found in large amounts in coffee beans and tea leaves.

Caffeine is said to have diuretic, stimulant, cardiotonic, antipyretic and analgesic effects, but it is also said to be addictive, so some people do not like to inoculate themselves with caffeine.

To meet these needs, drinks such as decaf (caffeine-free coffee) and non-caffeine drinks have been created.


The original raw materials (coffee, tea leaves, etc.) contain caffeine, and when the caffeine is removed before making it into a beverage, it is called decaf. There are three types of extraction methods: organic solvent extrac tion, water extraction, and supercritical carbon dioxide extraction, but organic solvent extraction is harmful to the body. Organic solvent extraction is easy and inexpensive, so it is still widely used overseas, so be careful. It seems that research is progressing to create genetically modified coffee plants in the future, but it's also a bad idea to make genetically modified foods even though you don't want to be inoculated with caffeine because you're conscious of your health.


Products with very low caffeine content are called decaffeinated. In Japan, products that have 90% or more of the caffeine removed are labeled as decaffeinated. It does not contain caffeine at all, so people who want to avoid caffeine should be careful.


Beverages that do not contain any caffeine at all are called decaffeinated. Chaga Tea Lite is caffeine-free. Does not contain caffeine from the raw material stage. Since it does not contain any caffeine, it can be consumed safely even by pregnant women and those who are breastfeeding.