|Product Name||Green Tea Polyphenols Powder|
|Alias Name||Green Tea Extract, Green Tea P.E|
|Active Ingredient||Catechins, flavonoids, phenolic acids, anthocyans|
|Appearance||Light Yellow powder|
|Part Used||Green tea leaves|
What is Green Tea Polyphenols?
Green Tea originated in China, It refers to produced by taking the new leaves or buds of tea trees without fermentation, and by finishing, shaping, drying, and other processes. Because it made without fermentation, which retains the natural substances of fresh leaves and contains many nutrients such as tea polyphenols, catechins, chlorophyll, theine, amino acids, and vitamins. These natural nutrients in green tea have special effects on anti-aging, cancer, anticancer, sterilization, and anti-inflammatory.
Tea polyphenols are the general term of polyphenols in tea. They are the main components that determine the color, aroma, taste and efficacy of the tea, accounting for 20% ~ 30% of the dry weight of tea leaves. According to the main chemical components, tea polyphenols can be included catechins, flavonoids, anthocyanins, and phenolic acids. The highest ingredients are catechin, accounting for 60% – 80% of tea polyphenols.
Green Tea Polyphenols and Benefits
People have been consuming tea have a history of more than 5000 years, from the earliest chewing tea leaves to brewing tea. Now tea is one of the most popular beverages consumed around the world. In recent decades, studies have found strong evidence that polyphenols extracted from tea may possess the major bioactivity to help humans preventing a series of diseases.
Green Tea Polyphenols skin care
In vitro and vivo human studies shown that green tea polyphenols may protect skin for its anti-inflammatory, antioxidant, anti-wrinkle, and anti-aging properties. In outdoor, Ultraviolet radiation (UVR) is serious damage to the skin, it can make the skin surface rough, increasing skin cutin, and accelerating the skin aging.
Human and animal studies have shown that taking both topical and oral preparations of GTP(Green Tea Polyphenols) may reveal obvious protective effects against UV-induced skin damage.
Green Tea Polyphenols and anticancer
Green Tea was believed to have a strong anticancer effect, and many people drink this “miracle herb” with the hope of cancer prevention. Scientists have found Epigallocatechin gallate, a key ingredient in GTP, have shown inhibiting tumor growth and anticancer agent. It destroys the living environment of cancer cells by inhibiting their synthesis and chemical decomposition, cuts off the proliferation pathway of cancer cells, Finally, induces apoptosis of cancer cells.