Green tea is one of the main tea types in China. A large number of modern scientific studies have confirmed that tea extracts do contain active ingredients that are closely related to human health. Among them, tea polyphenols are the main active components of green tea extract, and there are many studies on the health effects of tea polyphenols.
1. Antioxidant, anti-aging
Tea polyphenols can scavenge free radicals, inhibit lipoxygenase and lipid peroxidation in skin mitochondria, and thus have anti-aging effects. Studies have shown that the antioxidant properties of tea polyphenols are significantly better than vitamin E.
2. Anti-solution effect on heavy metal salt and alkaloid poisoning
Tea polyphenols have a strong adsorption effect on heavy metals and can form complexes with heavy metals to produce precipitation, which is beneficial to reduce the toxic effect of heavy metals on the human body. In addition, tea polyphenols also have the effect of improving liver function and diuresis, so they have a good anti-solution effect on alkaloid poisoning.
3. Aids indigestion
Green tea extract - tea polyphenols can enhance the peristalsis of the digestive tract and prevent the occurrence of digestive diseases.
4. Helps in beauty and skincare
Tea polyphenols are water-soluble substances. Washing your face with it can remove the greasy face, astringe pores, disinfect, sterilize, resist skin aging, and reduce the damage to the skin caused by ultraviolet radiation in sunlight.