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Camellia Sinensis Extract I Green Tea Extract

Botanical Name : Camellia Sinensis Extract
Common Name : Green Tea Extract
Assay : ≥98% Total Polyphenols By UV
EGCG HPLC ≥ 40.0%
Total Catechins HPLC ≥ 65.0%
Applications : Anti-Oxidant Agent Lung Protective Agent
Product Usage : Anti-oxidant, Stimulant

Description :

Although Camellia Sinensis, or green tea, is indigenous to East Asia, the Indian Subcontinent, and Southeast Asia, it is now grown in tropical and subtropical climates all over the world. When grown for its leaves, Camellia sinensis, or green tea, is an evergreen shrub or small tree that is typically pruned to a height of under 2 m (6.6 ft). Typically, the first two to three leaves and the tip (bud) are picked for processing. Every one to two weeks, this manual selection is repeated.

Since the plants grow more slowly and develop more flavor at higher elevations, many premium teas, up to 1,500 meters (4,900 feet), are grown there. In India's mountainous regions, particularly Assam, Bengal, UP, and Bihar, camellia is cultivated opulently. Research has also revealed that India is the world's largest producer of tea.

Around the world, green or camellia tea leaves are frequently used to make hot beverages, each having a special formula for stimulating effects. When ingested in the right amount for your body type, camellia can help some people stay awake and cognitively attentive. According to studies, green tea aids in the body's removal of waste products and the assimilation of nitrogenous diet.

Scientific studies have demonstrated that camellia contains antioxidants such polyphenols, alkaloids like theine, and caffeine. Theine, a nervine stimulant found in green tea, aids in the relief of headache, nerve discomfort, and inflammation. Green tea extract stimulates the diuretic and mild colon cleansing responses that aid in the evacuation of harmful wastes. Theophylline is present, according to some recent scientific investigations, and it helps respiratory processes by helping the body cough out additional mucus.

Applications of Green Tea Extract:

  1. Weight loss: Studies have indicated that green tea extract increases metabolism and promotes weight loss.
  2. Skin care: Green tea extract is full of anti-inflammatory and antioxidant compounds that can help shield the skin from UV rays and other environmental aggressors.
  3. Oral health: Studies have indicated that green tea extract has antibacterial characteristics that may help fight oral bacteria and lower the risk of tooth decay and gum disease.
  4. Cancer prevention: Green tea extract may aid in the prevention of the growth and spread of cancer cells, according to studies.
  5. Mental health: Green tea extract contains elements that have been demonstrated to ease stress and encourage relaxation.
  6. Cardiovascular health: Studies have indicated that green tea extract lowers LDL cholesterol levels while also enhancing cardiovascular health in general.
  7. Diabetes management: Green tea extract may improve insulin sensitivity and assist diabetics control their blood sugar levels.
  8. Support for the immune system: Green tea extract contains chemicals that may work to strengthen the immune system and ward against infection.
  9. Liver health: Studies have revealed that green tea extract has liver-protective properties and may be able to enhance liver function.
The company Alpspure Lifesciences produces Green Tea Extract.


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