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Instant Tea Powder

  • Botanical Name: Camellia sinensis L.

  • Appearance: Brownish Yellow or Brownish Red Powder

  • Specification:Instant Green Tea Powder

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Product Description
  • Botanical Name: Camellia sinensis L.

  • Part used: Leaf

  • Appearance: Brownish Yellow or Brownish Red Powder

  • Specification:Instant Green Tea Powder

                         Instant Black Tea Powder

                         Instant Dark Tea Powder

                         Instant Jasmine Tea Powder

                         Instand Oolong Tea Powder

  • Storage Period:24 Months

  • Package: 1kg/bag 25kg/drum

  • Test Method:HPLC

  • Storage Conditions:Store in cool and dry places. Keep away from strong light and heat.


Description 

Tea Plant is a medium sized, evergreen, multi-stemmed woody shrub or small tree that can grow up to 52 feet (16 m) tall, but it is usually trimmed to below seven feet (2 m) high for harvesting. The plant is found growing in cool, humid, tropical highlands and evergreen broad-leaved forests. The plant prefers light sandy soils and medium loamy soils that are well-drained. The plant has strong taproot and rough and typically greys bark.


Chemical Composition

It mainly contains tea polyphenols, tea pigments, tea polysaccharides, tea saponins, mineral elements, alkaloids and so on.

Health Benefits
  • Modern research has shown that there are many health benefits to drinking tea, including its ability to protect the drinker from certain heart diseases.

  • It has also been shown that drinking tea can protect the teeth from decay, because of the fluoride naturally occurring in the tea.

  • Leaves are cardio tonic, diuretic, expectorant, stimulant and astringent.

  • They exert a decided influence over the nervous system, giving a feeling of comfort and exhilaration, but also producing an unnatural wakefulness when taken in large doses.

  • They are used internally in the treatment of diarrhea, dysentery, hepatitis and gastro-enteritis.

  • Tea is reportedly effective in clinical treatment of amoebic dysentery, bacterial dysentery, gastro-enteritis, and hepatitis.

  • It has also been reported to have anti-atherosclerotic effects and vitamin P activity.

  • Externally, they are used as a poultice or wash to treat cuts, burns, bruises, insect bites, ophthalmia, swellings etc.

  • Teabags have been poultice onto baggy or tired eyes, compressed onto headache, or used to bathe sunburn.

  • It prevents strep throat and influenza when used as a mouthwash.

  • Tea is also rich in tannin and is a possible cause of esophageal cancer.


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