Camellia Sinensis (Green Tea Extract)

Green Tea Extract

Camellia Sinensis is a herbal derivative of Green tea leaves contains Antioxidant ingredients mainly Green tea Catechins (GTC)

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30% EGCG, 75% Polyphenols, 15% EGCG & 50% Polyphenols (water soluble)

Our Strict QC regime ensures all our Products & batches strictly adhere to our self- quality control test parameters and assay protocol standardized by HPLC. Heavy Metals and Microbiological profile meets IP standards. This ensure highest purity product reaches our customers.

Active Pharma Ingredients

•Gallic Acid
•Epicatechin gallete(ECG)
•Epigallo catechin gallete (EGCG)
•Epigallo catechin(EGC)

Molecular Structure of Actives​

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Beneficial Action of Camellia Sinensis

  • Green tea Extract & its derivatives are used as Dietary supplements and in alternative medicine.
  • Catechins act as potent Antioxidants that may protect against cellular damage caused by free radicals
  • Free radicals are highly reactive particles formed in human body that can damage human cells when their numbers get too high.
  • EGCG may support heart health by reducing blood pressure, Cholesterol, and the accumulation of plaque in blood vessels — all major risk factors for heart disease
  • Researches suggests that Catechins like EGCG may reduce inflammation and prevent certain chronic conditions, including Heart disease, diabetes, and some Cancers

Product & Specifications

Green Tea Extract - 30%
30% Polyphenols, 15% Catechin, 3% EGCG, 4-6% Caffeine
Green Tea Water Extract -40%
40% Polyphenols, 25% Catechin, 12% EGCG
Green Tea Extract - 50%
50% Polyphenols, 30% Catechin, 15% EGCG, 4-8% Caffeine
Green Tea Extract - 80%
80% Polyphenols, 60% Catechin, 40% EGCG, <3% Caffeine
Green Tea Extract - 90%
90% Polyphenols, 70% Catechin, 45% EGCG, <3% Caffeine
Green Tea Extract - 95%
95% Polyphenols, 75% Catechin, 50% EGCG, <3% Caffeine

Pharmacological Activities

•Anti-cancer activity
•Lipid lowering activity
•Anti-carcinogenic activity
•Neuromuscular-blocking action
•Immunomodulatory effect
•Antiviral activity
•Antibacterial activity
•Anti-cataract activity
•Antigenotoxic effect
•Hepatoprotective activity
•Chemoprotective activity

References :-
1.Lister E and Wilson, P. Measurement of total phenolics and ABTS assay for antioxidant activity (personal communication), Lincoln, New Zealand: Crop Research Institute 2001.
2.Tariq. A. L and Reyaz. A. L “Phytochemical analysis of Camellia sinensis Leaves” Int. J. Drug Dev. & Res., October-December 2012, 4(4):311-316. doi: doi number

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