Common name: Green tea, Camellia Sinensis.

Obtaining process: Green tea leaves are dried and processed to obtain the extract.

Source: Vegetable (tea leaves).

Family : Theaceae.

Provenance, origin: Mainly from Asia, notably China, Japan, India.

Chemical characteristics : Contains polyphenols, catechins (notably epigallocatechin gallate - EGCG), caffeine, amino acids, vitamins, minerals.

Galenic form: Dry extract, dried leaves, powder, capsules, infusion.

Necessary dosage in food supplements : The recommended dosage varies between products, generally between 100 mg and 500 mg per day.

Missions: Antioxidant, stimulant, fat burner, cardiovascular protector, antibacterial, antiviral.

Properties: Powerful antioxidant, helps with weight loss, boosts metabolism, promotes heart health, natural antibacterial and antiviral.

Indications: Improvement of general health, support in weight loss, protection against cardiovascular diseases, strengthening of the immune system, purifying action for the skin.