Originating from the high valleys of China and India, tea is available in at least 2000 varieties. According to Chinese legend, the use of tea as a drink would have appeared in the year 2737 BC when some leaves are said to have fallen from a tree into the hot water prepared for the Emperor Shen Nong. The drink for all the social classes in Asia, it has a very important role. Indeed, tea leaves contain large quantities of antioxidant substances which act against free radicals and protect our cells from everyday aggressions. New pharmacological experiments have shown that tannins from green tea leaves have anti-microbial, anti-inflammatory and radical scavenging characteristics. Green tea extracts are said to inhibit the formation of plaque in that they interfere with the metabolism of Streptococcus mutans.
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|Form at 25°C||Liquid|
|Preservative||Sodium benzoate, Sorbate Potassium|
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