Green tea is an all-purpose systematic antioxidant, anti-inflammatory, and antiallergy herb.
The well-known antioxidant activity of green tea offers superb neuroprotective activity credited largely to chemical compound EGCG, which is one of the most important active compounds in green tea leaves. Researchers have suggested that green tea be included in protocols for MS because of its protective and anti-inflammatory effects on the central nervous system, and because regulation of energy expenditure may improve MS related fatigue.
It also has been widely and effectively used for hormone balance in hormone cancers like prostate and breast.
And early clinical studies suggest that the polyphenols in tea, especially green tea, may play an important role in the prevention of cancer.
Camellia sinensis (aka Green Tea) may help allergic disorders when consumed liberally.
It is also well known to be used to reduce allergic skin symptoms and may improve the absorption of other compounds in typical formulas. (And why we are now using this extract in our new Green Tea Cream)
Some other documented clinical benefits include:
~Protects Against Cognitive Decline
~Supports Bone Health
~Alleviates Anxiety and Stress
~Helps Manage and Prevent Type 2 Diabetes
~Lowers Stroke Risk...
Green tea is something I used daily during my holistic cancer battle, especially.
It is absolutely amazing to now have this available for use in our many products from skincare all the way to toothcare and have this available as a highly concentrated herbal medicine.
Highly concentrated is key and fantastic because you are able to consume large quantities in a small dose and optimize this plant's incredible benefits. That is why we as a whole use and appreciate tinctures.
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