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Soba Tea: More Than a Luscious Drink

Organic Soba Tea sachets Buteco, caffeine free tea

     In the last few years, superfoods have gained a major reputation. Not only are they thought of as the culmination of inner self care, but they have also proven to be great in combating certain diseases, helping the body face everyday risks by boosting your immunity system and beautifying you from within. The problem with these so-called miracle products is that due to their popularity, a lot of companies take advantage and sell altered versions of the actual products. This affects their natural benefits and in the long run might even harm you. Buy something new, something fresh or at least something you are actually going to enjoy!

      Get to know soba tea, your new alternative to greens and other bitter superfoods, that as hard as you try, you cannot palate. For centuries, asian countries have enjoyed this tea and its benefits as a loud secret. It is consumed regularly by the name of “soba cha” in Japan and enjoyed as much as green tea. The first benefit that differentiates soba tea from green tea is its lack of caffeine, which makes it a great drink for people of all generations to enjoy.  

      Due to its popularity, studies in Japan and Korea have been made to investigate how the regular consumption of soba tea is directly beneficial to cardiovascular health. The results from these show that the gain comes from to the high concentration of rutin within soba tea. Rutin is a plant pigment full of antioxidant properties which impulses your body’s signal to produce collagen and better use vitamin C. Along with this assistance, it strengthens and improves the flexibility of blood vessels, which are literally vital. The regular ingest of rutin helps ease cardiovascular related conditions such as bruises, spider veins, and varicose veins, along with preventing blood clots, which is the main cause of heart attacks, strokes, pulmonary embolisms and deep vein thrombosis. Along with cardiovascular benefits, it is also quite helpful to lower cholesterol levels, treat arthritis pain, and help general blood circulation.

       Buckwheat is divided into two different kinds, the first one is general buckwheat, and the second one, Tartary buckwheat. The last one contains proteins with amino acid compositions, crude fibers, and vitamins B1, B2, and B6. In comparison to general buckwheat, it contains from 60 up to 100 times higher amounts of flavonoids (rutin). Tartary buckwheat has been a millenary remedy for a lot of cultures, so its rise in use is going nowhere. Try to implement it in your diet as a main ingredient or as a treat —like tea— for amazing results.

        Soba tea has been enjoyed for centuries in Asian countries, but as most superfoods, the west has only started to pick on the benefits others have relished on for years. Ok, we know the benefits from rutin, but you may still be wondering why Soba tea is the ultimate superfood? Here are a few reasons you might also fall for our incredible recipe: 

  • Soba tea does wonders to your digestion. It is the perfect remedy for bloating. You can enjoy this beneficial drink first thing in the morning to give your digestive system the kick it needs to cleanse before getting ahead with your day, or after any meal to reduce the effects some foods may have on you. It is the ideal sidekick to soothe digestion, reduce bloating and prevent or treat constipation.     
  • Along with these virtues, buckwheat tea also helps to reduce the glucose concentration so it’s a great treat for people with diabetes, this tea can also prevent kidney problems thanks to its antioxidants. The last gain you might get from the tea is weight loss as it is very low in calories and helps stimulate your metabolism and eliminate water weight.
  • Not only is it super healthy and full of benefits, it is delicious, gluten and caffeine free, which means ANYONE can enjoy it at ANYTIME. Buckwheat tea is, of course, made out  of whole buckwheat grains, which provides it with a nutty flavor, it is sweet and rich. Almost buttery. Although it may seem like just another drink, it is not. This tea is full of vitamins, minerals and rutin, elements that boost your immune system and help it protect itself from harm.
  • Apart from being good for your inner health, many people use it as a method to break their caffeine habit as it holds a lot of the benefits that green tea does, but without the bitter aftertaste and caffeine concentration. It is also good at beautifying as it helps your body to naturally produce collagen. Which results in prettier hair, skin and nails.


       In many asian countries, soba tea is paired with different seasonal fruits, the most common add ons are clementines, persimmons, and oranges, amongst others. It can be enjoyed cold, warm or hot, so it really can be the perfect match to any weather and temperature. You can get creative and experiment with different flavors in the kitchen, thanks to its sweet nutty scents it pairs well with practically any type of food, mostly with desserts.     

       When choosing a new product, you should try to look for a product whose nutrition label you actually understand. Never settle for less, be as creative and adventurous with your picks as you can because the results should always be pleasant. You shouldn’t condition your palate to like the products, taste-wise, they should be good enough that consuming them is the aim and the benefits are just extras to their decadent flavor. 

       Buteco proposes a new type of superfood without renouncing all the natural benefits buckwheat tea provides. Although the tea comes from a seed, thanks to its composition you can enjoy all the advantages that grains have, forgetting about the trouble they may represent —gluten. Another convenient benefit that Buteco offers is its lack of caffeine, which makes it the ultimate hydrating treat to enjoy anytime of the day and as many times as you crave without worrying about sleepless nights, and anxiety derived from caffeine. 




* Our products have not been evaluated by the United States Food and Drug Administration and are not approved to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent disease.

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