Green Tea Modern Benefit,Applicable Uses and Research New findings.
- Botanical Source and Description Of Green Tea.
- Phytochemicals and Constituents of Green Tea.
- Main component of green Tea Catechins.
- Brief Introduction of Tea Bioactive Compounds.
- Green Tea Applicable Uses:Antioxidant Ability.
- Green Tea Applicable Uses:Weight loss.
- Green Tea Applicable Uses:Anti-bacterial.
- Green Tea Applicable Uses:Anti-allergy and anti-inflammation.
- Green Tea Applicable Uses:Disease Prevention Cancer reduction.
- Green Tea Applicable Uses:Protecting Against Cardiovascular Disease.
- Green Tea Applicable Uses:Lowering Blood Pressure.
- Green Tea Applicable Uses:Lowering Blood Sugar Levels.
- Green Tea Applicable Uses:Suppressing arteriosclerosis.
- Green Tea Applicable Uses:Anti-radiation effect.
- Green Tea Applicable Uses:L-theanine.
- Green Tea Applicable Uses:Green tea polyphenols Treat arthritis.
- Green Tea Applicable Uses:Green tea polyphenols delay skin ageing.
- Green Tea Applicable Uses:Green Tea Extract and Its Cosmetic Applications.
- Green Tea Applicable Uses:What Else Can Green Tea Do?
- Green Tea Applicable Uses:Precautions and or adverse effects.
- Tea Definitions.
- Tea Safety and Administration.
- How Search engine think about Green Tea.
- Research update.
- Photo Gallery of Camellia sinensis.
Applications and Properties:
Microorganism condition improvement.
Anti-allergy and anti-inflammation.
Disease Prevention Cancer reduction.
Cardiovascular Disease treatment.
Lowering Blood Pressure.
Lowering Blood Sugar Levels.
Used to regulate blood sugar and blood pressure, boost the immune system, prevent ulcers, control inflammation, viral colds and flu, prevent gum disease, cavities, and bad breath. It also been indicated for lowering cholesterol, preventing heart disease, osteoporosis and blood clots.
Dosage:Tea:3 cups daily.Tincture(1:5): 2 to 4 mL three times per day.Fluid extract (1:1 in 45% alcohol):1 to 2 mL three times per day.Powder extract (5%RosA): 400mgs daily less or more.
Safety and Toxicity:
Tea is generally considered to be safe, even in large amounts. However, two cases of hypokalemia (abnormally low serum potassium) in the elderly have been attributed to excessive consumption of black and oolong tea (3-14 liters/day). Hypokalemia is a potentially life-threatening condition that has been associated with caffeine toxicity.
- Green Tea Modern Benefit,Applicable Uses and Research New findings.
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