Classic Green Detox Tea

Posted by Gaynor Birkhead on

We have put together a classic green tea detox which could also help with weight loss when used as part of an approved diet, drink 1 cup per day. Our tea contains:

Green Sencha:

Besides the fresh aroma of the young leaves, shencha is characterized by its relatively low content of bitter catechin and caffeine, and relatively high content of amino acid.

Lemon Grass:

Also known as gavati chaha in the Marathi language (gavat = grass; chaha = tea), and is used as an addition to tea, and in preparations such as kadha, which is a traditional herbal 'soup' used against coughs, colds, etc. It has medicinal properties and is used extensively in Ayurvedic medicine. It is supposed to help with relieving cough and nasal congestion.

Nettle

Nettle herb has been used in the traditional Austrian medicine internally (as tea or fresh leaves) to treat disorders of the kidneys and urinary tract, gastrointestinal tract, locomotor system, skin, cardiovascular system, haemorrhage, influenza, rheumatism, and gout for centuries.

White Tea

White tea (along with other teas) is derived from the plant Camellia sinesis and contains polyphenols, a phytonutrient that is thought to be responsible for the tea’s health benefits. However, white tea contains the most antioxidants. The particular amount and ratio of the polyphenol compounds found in tea varies widely from one type of white tea to another, Pai Mu Tan is rated high among white teas, frequently overlapping with chemical compositions found in green tea. This is due both to the variation between strain of Camellia sinensis, as well as the preparation process itself.

Mate

Mate contains several vitamins and minerals important to human health, including vitamins A (as beta-carotene), B1, B2, C and E, as well as phosphorus, iron and calcium.

Antioxidant

Anticancer activity is plausible, if unproven, in part because mate tea contains significant levels of polyphenol antioxidants, and has a slightly higher antioxidant capacity than green tea. On average, mate tea contains 92 mg of the antioxidant chlorogenic acid per gram of dry leaves, and no catechins, giving it a significantly different antioxidant profile to other teas.

For the record we make absolutely no medical claim with this product, we are not doctors or physicians and have brought our data and information together through years of research.


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