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Medicinal Effects Of Green Tea Plant Extracts

- Oct 31, 2017 -

Medicinal plant extracts Green Tea: lowering blood pressure, anti coagulation, reducing blood fat, weight loss, prevention and treatment of atherosclerosis and thrombosis and other cardiovascular diseases, reducing blood sugar, diabetes control, sterilization and antiviral; preventing hepatitis, fatty liver, anti-aging and enhance immune function; anti cancer, anti allergy, prevention of colds, prevention of fractures.

Application of green tea plant extracts in other fields:

As a natural food antioxidant: both in antioxidant, safety or the use of cost, Green Tea plant extracts of tea polyphenols were significantly better than the market now has been widely used in the synthesis of antioxidant BHA, BHT, TBHQ, PG, VE, VC etc..

As an excellent additive for cosmetics and daily chemicals, green tea plant extracts have strong antibacterial and anti enzyme activities. So, it can prevent skin disease, skin allergy effect, to skin pigmentation, dental plaque, dental caries, periodontitis and halitosis.

Plant extracts, is to plant as raw material, in accordance with the need to use the final product to extract the after physical and chemical extraction and separation process, and concentration in plant directed to obtain one or more effective components, without changing its structure and the formation of effective components of products.

The concept of plant extract can be accepted and recognized by all countries, and it is also a common expression of herbal medicine in all countries. The export of plant extracts in China exceeded the export value of Chinese patent medicines as early as 1999. In Europe and the United States, plant extracts and their products (plant medicine or food supplements) have a broad market prospect, and have developed into an emerging industry with annual sales of nearly 8 billion dollars.

Plant extracts in China are generally intermediates products, which are widely used at present. They are mainly used as raw materials or excipients for pharmaceuticals, health foods, tobacco and cosmetics. There are also many kinds of plant materials used for extraction. At present, there are more than 300 kinds of plants which have been extracted by industry.