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Essentially it improves overall metabolic rate. Black tea also contains EGCG but those present in green tea have a significantly higher level of antioxidant activity. They increase the antioxidant activity of plasma, with the effect being relatively rapid, peaking at around 30 minutes after consumption. The antioxidant capacity of the EGCG’s display also anti-tumour properties.
Green tea is a natural source of caffeine. Caffeine is an alkaloid constituent present in many plants and is a central nervous system stimulant that enhances cognitive alertness and helps to overcome fatigue. Caffeine raises the metabolism through stimulating cardiac output and the heart rate and is a mild diuretic.
Green tea is an example of a plant that is universally regarded as having medicinal benefits, even for those who are not familiar with the world of herbal medicine. Its medicinal properties are attributed to its antioxidant capacity which protect cells from the damage caused by free radicals. It there by supports the functioning of the immune systems and the chronic damage that can be influenced by long-term degenerative conditions such as cancer and Alzheimer’s. The presence of EGCG’s in the plant make it incredibly supportive to the cardiovascular system as a whole, protecting the integrity of the heart and blood vessels. They also support the metabolism, improving its overall efficacy and contributing towards weight loss, cleansing and detoxification programmes and in skin conditions. Green tea is bitter, astringent, light and drying. As black tea is fermented it is more stimulating in comparison to green tea which is steamed, making it more cleansing as opposed to stimulating, which is why it is better suited to seasonal cleansing and detoxification regimes.
Metabolic: Indicated where there is a slow or under-active metabolic rate that is contributing towards weight-gain, liver congestion and toxicity. Immune: The antioxidant constituents in green tea protect the body from free radical damage which can be indicated in chronic degenerative conditions such as cancer, Alzheimer’s and arthritis. Cardiovascular: The EGCG’s present in green tea protect the integrity of the blood vessels and the heart indicating it in conditions such as cardiovascular disease, atherosclerosis and high cholesterol. Skin: Indicated in skin conditions 
associated with liver heat and toxicity or hormonal imbalance. Adrenal: L-Theanine increases serotonin, dopamine and gamma-Aminobutyric acid (GABA) in the brain, all of which significantly boost mood, indicating it in anxiety and depression.

Its medicinal properties are attributed to its antioxidant capacity which protect cells from the damage caused by free radicals. It there by supports the functioning of the immune systems and the chronic damage that can be influenced by long-term degenerative conditions such as cancer and Alzheimer’s. The presence of EGCG’s in the plant make it incredibly supportive to the cardiovascular system as a whole, protecting the integrity of the heart. 

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