Tea Extract Series

White Tea Extract

Latin Name:White Tea Extract
Active Ingredient:Polyphenols/Catechins
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Specification:20%-95%Tea Polyphenols
MOQ:1kg
Lead Time:Within 7days after confirming order

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White Tea Extract Information:

Botanical Resource: Camellia sinensis O. Ktze
Part used :Leaf
Appearance:Fine light yellow to light red powder

Specification:

No.

Polyphenols

Catechins

EGCG

Caffeine

01

≥20%

≥5%

≥2%

≤10%

02

≥30%

≥15%

≥5%

≤10%

03

≥40%

≥25%

≥10%

≤10%

04

≥50%

≥30%

≥15%

≤12%

05

≥60%

≥40%

≥20%

≤12%

06

≥70%

≥50%

≥25%

≤12%

07

≥80%

≥60%

≥30%

≤12%

08

≥90%

≥65%

≥40%

≤12%

Benefits of White Tea Extract:

1.White Tea which is an herbal extract in its ingredients has an anti-inflammatory, anti-microbial radical scavenging effect to skin and provides strong anti-oxidant benefits.

2.Certain ingredients in the extract shows anti-cancer replenishing protection for skin and effective in boosting the immune function of skin cells.

3.A 1984 study at Pace University revealed that white tea extract may help slow viruses and bacterial growth, thus reducing the incidence of staphylococcus and streptococcus infections, pneumonia, fungus growth, and even dental plaque.

4.Findings from another study conducted at the Skin Study Center at University Hospitals of Cleveland and Case Western Reserve University reveal indicators that white tea helps skin cells by boosting immune systems when exposed to harmful sun rays.

5.The demand for white tea has soared since the release of early-stage research suggesting white tea may be beneficial in addressing a host of health-related concerns.

6.Studies indicate that the tea's natural properties can help boost immune systems,  provide colon cancer protection, and guard against skin cell damage.

7.While the tea has been around for thousands of years in Asia, scientists have only found in recent history that white tea benefits may feature stronger antioxidant properties than other types of tea.

8.This suggests that white tea potentially can be used to treat some forms of skin cancer and serve as an agent in cosmetics to protect against signs of aging from damaged skin.

9.An article published in the Carcinogenesis journal by scientists from the Linus Pauling Institute at Oregon State University found that consumption of moderate amounts of white or green tea may hedge against colon tumors consistent with the prescription drug, sulindac.

10.For white tea, young tea leaves that are picked before the buds have fully opened. The buds are covered with silver fuzz that turns white when they are steamed and dried -- hence the name: white tea. Rather than being air-dried, white tea leaves undergo less processing and are steamed. This process keeps the leaves closer to their natural state and increases the teas anti-oxidant properties.

11.Tea connoisseurs find white tea varieties delicate and sweet, with little or no grassy taste that is sometimes noted in green and black varieties.