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Tea (tsp phenol, tp) is the total alcohols and fermented acids in tea leaves.Among them, flavanols (catechins) are the most important, accounting for about 60% to 80% of the total TP.Children's teas mainly include: EGC, EGC, C, EC, EGCG, sour (EGCG), and salty Catechin (ECG), gallocatechin gallate (GCG), etc.
Not all teas have the same polyfermentation content.However, tea, the content of tea is equivalent, there are, there are data, the content of six large and medium teas is the highest, accounting for 15% to 30% of its mass.
Tea polyphenols have strong antioxidant and physiological activities.They are free radical scavengers in the human body, which can inhibit lipoxygenase and lipid peroxidation in skin mitochondria, thus having anti-aging effects.
Polyphenols can strongly inhibit the release of histamine.Experiments have shown that tea polyphenols are 2-10 times stronger than commonly used anti-allergic drugs in terms of anti-allergic and anti-allergic skin reactions. However, tea cannot be used directly as an antiallergic drug. Allergy.
The caffeine in tea brewing can increase the amount of gastric juice,which can help digestion and enhance the ability to break down fat.
Tea polyol and its oxidation products have excellent anti-radiation ability can absorb radioactive substances and prevent them from decomposing in the human body, and are called natural purple line filters.
Tea phenolization can exist in the interdental space of other caries caries caries other caries other caries caries other caries other caries glucose sugar polymerase activity polymerase activity polymerase activity basis tea polyfermentation can kill this Bacteria.
Tea polyphenols are water-soluble substances that have the functions of disinfection, sterilization, anti-aging of the skin, and reducing the damage of the sun's ultraviolet rays to the skin.