Green Tea


In the 7th century, Japanese monks visiting China to study Zen Buddhism returned home with their new discovery of green tea's wonderful healing properties. In the following  centuries, drinking green tea became a stable for Japanese monks, imbuing with energy and mental focus that enhanced their meditation.

Today, green tea has developed a shining reputation for its high levels of antioxidants. But that is not its only star quality; green tea health benefits also include detoxing, calming inflammation, and an ability the reduce blood pressure and cholesterol. 

Benefits of Green Tea

- Contains healthy bioactive compounds
- May improve brain function
- Increases fat burning
- Antioxidants may lower the risk of some cancer
- May protect the brain from aging
- May reduce bad breath
- May help prevent type 2 diabetes
- May help prevent cardiovascular disease
- May help you lose weight
- May help you live longer

While these impressive green tea health benefits can be enjoyed by simply drinking it, applying green tea on skin also has its perks.

Benefits of Green Tea for Skin: Green tea fights skin cancer by promoting DNA repair. It contains a powerful antioxidant called EGCG, which fights DNA damage from UV rays to prevent skin cancer. That means it is also potent anti-aging ingredient that combats signs of premature aging when ingested or applied topically.

Green tea has powerful anti-inflammatory properties, thanks to its high content of polyphenols called catechin. The catechins in green tea reduce irritation, redness, and swelling. 

Green tea is a powerful antibacterial agent for treating acne and unclogging pores. Polyphenols in green tea damage bacterial membranes and fight against infection, meaning that it is a useful tool for treating the bacterial growth that causes acne. It helps kill systemic bacterial inflammation for calm, clear skin. 

Green tea is shock full of vitamin B2 and vitamin E, both essential for skin health. B2 plays an essential role in maintaining collagen levels for youthful skin structure and firmness. Vitamin E supports new skin cell growth and also acts as an intense hydrator for dry or imbalanced skin.

Caffeine and tannins in green tea help shrink blood vessels around the eyes, making it a miracle for treating puffy eyes and dark circles.

The benefits of green tea for skin expand to your hair, too! Green tea leaf fibes are proven to stimulate hair growth, as catechin and polyphenols stimulate cell turnover in hair follicles. 

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