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  • 13 Jul 2020
    If you’re trying to get health benefits from CHUNMEE 9371, you’ll probably do best drinking it regularly, preferably several times a day. If you don’t like the taste of tea or want to ...
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  • If you’re trying to get health benefits from CHUNMEE 9371, you’ll probably do best drinking it regularly, preferably several times a day. If you don’t like the taste of tea or want to avoid the caffeine, green tea supplements are available in pharmacies and health-food stores. Some green tea supplements provide nearly the same amount of antioxidant polyphenols as four cups of green tea. However, few studies have used these products so we don’t know if they have the same effect as drinking green tea. Be aware that the government doesn’t regulate herbal supplements, so quality and potency can vary from product to product. Also, beware of commercially prepared green tea products sold in bottles or cans. Some are loaded with sugar, while others have so little green tea that you’d be much better off preparing your own. A recent study presented at a 2010 meeting of the American Chemical Society found some commercial tea drinks contained so little in the way of polyphenols that you would have to drink 20 bottles to get an amount equivalent to one home-brewed cup. GUNPOWDER 3505 is also one of our products, welcome to your come and purchase!
    Jul 13, 2020 183
  • 29 Jun 2020
      CHUNMEE 41022 has a complex chemical makeup, which includes the following beneficial nutrients: • L-theanine amino acid• Antioxidants and alkaloids• Vitamins A, C, D, E, B, B5, K,...
    188 Posted by baoda henry
  •   CHUNMEE 41022 has a complex chemical makeup, which includes the following beneficial nutrients: • L-theanine amino acid• Antioxidants and alkaloids• Vitamins A, C, D, E, B, B5, K, and H in varying quantities• Rich in manganese• Contains zinc, selenium, and chromium• Contains epigallocatechin-3-gallate (EGCG), a powerful antioxidant Research suggests that the flavanols, flavonoids, flavandiols, and phenolic acids in tea could offer protection against degenerative diseases. Studies also indicate that green tea may be able to reduce the risk of certain cancers. Some research has also found that green tea could also promote healthier weights in many people. GUNPOWDER 3505 AAA is also one of our products, welcome to your come and purchase!  
    Jun 29, 2020 188
  • 22 Jun 2020
      CHUNMEE 41022 bags are commonly made of filter paper, cotton muslin or "silken" food-grade plastic (such as nylon or PLA/Soilon). They may be sealed with glue, a staple or nothing (meani...
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  •   CHUNMEE 41022 bags are commonly made of filter paper, cotton muslin or "silken" food-grade plastic (such as nylon or PLA/Soilon). They may be sealed with glue, a staple or nothing (meaning that the tea bag is folded shut, sealed with heat or sealed with ultrasound). They often have a bleached or unbleached cotton string and a paper tag indicating the brand or type of tea contained within the bag. Filter paper tends to be the default tea bag material. Although it is bleached, it is relatively environmentally safe and non-toxic. Cotton muslin is a more specialty product. It is often unbleached, but it tends to impart a taste on the tea. Food-grade plastics (often marketed as "silken" tea bags) are made from various types of plastic. There are two benefits to these bags. One is that they are semi-transparent, so you can see the leaves, spices, flowers, etc. inside them. (In France, the pyramid versions of these bags are sometimes called "crystal" tea bags, because they shimmer and look a bit like transparent crystals). The other is that they are usually used to make pyramid-shaped tea bags, which infuse tea better than most other tea bag shapes (yet still not as well as loose-leaf tea infuses!). There are some downsides to silken tea bags. First off, they're plastic, which is a little bit of a wonky choice for something to put in the hot liquid you're about to drink. Second, the nylon bags are absolutely not biodegradable (unlike paper and cotton muslin). And, furthermore, the "corn-based" plastic tea bags are made from industrially produced, genetically modified corn that has been so heavily processed on its way to being a tea bag that it no longer contains any genes. Yikes! Furthermore, the claims that this kind of plastic is biodegradable are questionable, as they do not meet the FTC's marketing standards for biodegradability. GUNPOWDER 3505 AAA is one of our products, welcome to your come and purchase!  
    Jun 22, 2020 195
  • 15 Jun 2020
      CHUNMEE 9371 has received a lot of notoriety for its disease-preventing potential. But, is it actually good for you? And, should you drink it before bed time? The Pros Green tea has a ...
    205 Posted by baoda henry
  •   CHUNMEE 9371 has received a lot of notoriety for its disease-preventing potential. But, is it actually good for you? And, should you drink it before bed time? The Pros Green tea has a complex chemical makeup, which includes the following beneficial nutrients: • L-theanine amino acid• Antioxidants and alkaloids• Vitamins A, C, D, E, B, B5, K, and H in varying quantities• Rich in manganese• Contains zinc, selenium, and chromium• Contains epigallocatechin-3-gallate (EGCG), a powerful antioxidant Research suggests that the flavanols, flavonoids, flavandiols, and phenolic acids in tea could offer protection against degenerative diseases. Studies also indicate that green tea may be able to reduce the risk of certain cancers. Some research has also found that green tea could also promote healthier weights in many people. The Cons While there is evidence that green tea may offer strong health benefits, there is also evidence it could cause health issues in certain people. Because the chemical composition of green tea is so complex, experts believe it could have both negative and positive impacts on people’s health; however, more research is needed to confirm this. Tea catechins can impact iron absorption, particularly in people who are at risk of iron deficiencies. Independent laboratories have also reported that tea quality can vary wildly, depending on the producer, with certain varieties containing toxic heavy metals and very few antioxidants. Due to the manner in which it is grown, green tea has also been found to contain trace levels of arsenic; however, government studies suggest the amounts may be too low to cause health problems. Should I Drink Tea before Bed? While there is some evidence that the body is better able to absorb nutrients during sleep, the difference is likely negligible. If you choose to drink tea, you can enjoy the potential benefits at any time of the day or night. Some people experience a calming effect after drinking a warm, cup of tea before bedtime. At the same time, it’s important to choose a tea that is free of sleep-disrupting caffeine. You should also avoid adding sugar to your tea before bedtime, since sugar can promote wakefulness.   GUNPOWDER 3505 AAA is one of our products, welcone to your come and purchase!  
    Jun 15, 2020 205
  • 08 Jun 2020
      Can you add sugar to CHUNMEE 41022? Does adding sugar to green tea reduce its benefits? You've probably heard of these questions before. Green tea is well-known for its health benefits...
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  •   Can you add sugar to CHUNMEE 41022? Does adding sugar to green tea reduce its benefits? You've probably heard of these questions before. Green tea is well-known for its health benefits. It contains almost no calories amount, making it even a better drink for weight loss. While adding sugar to your green tea consumption doesn’t take away those benefits of tea, it could significantly increase the calorie content of your drink. Which leads to a variety of health problems. Health Benefits of Green Tea Green tea are made of Camellia sinensis leaves. Unlike other type of teas, it undergoes the least amount of oxidation process. Resulting in highest amount of beneficial polyphenols and natural antioxidants. These natural compounds help to reduce the risk of cardiovascular disease, cancer, and other degenerative diseases. Drinking green tea could boost your metabolism and improve your body efficiency, among many others. According to study, you should drink 5 or more cups to get the optimal health benefits of green tea. You could store loose green tea leaves — properly — for up to 2 months. Risk of Added SugarA teaspoon of sugar contains about 16 calories. As mentioned earlier, adding sugar to your tea doesn’t take away all its health benefit right on the spot; however, it does increase the calorie content in your cup of tea. According to American Heart Association (AHA), the amount of added sugars you could take daily is about 6 teaspoons for female and 9 teaspoons for male. Let’s say you consume 5 cups of green tea. Adding a teaspoon of sugar every single time could easily add up. And it hasn’t included other drink or snack you consume. And that’s not all. Added sugar has been considered to be the main culprit for weight gain and obesity. If you’re drinking green tea for weight loss, adding sugar to your green tea could cancel out the effect. A Healthier AlternativeSo what are the alternative to adding sugar to your tea? Stevia. Stevia is a natural sweetener & the best sugar substitute. Stevia has no calories and it’s 200 times sweeter than sugar in the same concentration. According to study, stevia has potential for treating obesity and diabetes. GUNPOWDER 3505 AAA is one of our products, welcome to your come and purchase!  
    Jun 08, 2020 237
  • 08 Jun 2020
      The Chinese king Tang Xuan Zong of the Zang dynasty asked a monk who was more than 130 years old, “How could you live so long? Did you take any medicine for that?” The monk answered,...
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  •   The Chinese king Tang Xuan Zong of the Zang dynasty asked a monk who was more than 130 years old, “How could you live so long? Did you take any medicine for that?” The monk answered, “Drank tea daily, no thing else.” Thus goes the legend. China is the largest producer of Green tea, while Japan and Korea also contribute considerably. Green tea comes from the same plant as black tea, Camellia sinensis. What makes it different though is the manner in which the plant is processed. It is the least processed of the commercial teas. The leaves are picked and then immediately ‘fired’ — a tea processing term, which means the leaves are either steamed or heated. The leaves are then dried. This process also helps retain the antioxidants that retard the aging process in human beings. Our body use Oxygen and simultaneously produce free radicals. Free radicals damage the skin cells and cause the skin to wrinkle and lose elasticity. Antioxidants are molecules that help neutralize these free radicals. The antioxidant benefits of Green Tea come from a biological compound called polyphenols. A sub-group of polyphenols called catechins effectively destroy free radicals and help slow down the aging process. The most powerful of these catechins in green tea is the epigallocatechin gallate (EGCG). When an antioxidant meets a free radical, it engulfs the free radical to form weak, harmless free radicals that are unlikely to further damage your body. In one study healthy cells exposed to “amlyoid”, a protein linked to Alzheimer ‘s disease died due to the high toxicity of this protein. However, cells exposed to amlyoid and then exposed to green tea extracts containing catechins survived. It is said that a daily dosage of 300-400 mg of polyphenols is essential to reduce age spots, ensure flawless skin and to protect the skin from the sun’s ultra-violet (UV) rays. CHINA GREEN TEA is a natural astringent and anti-bacterial agent that can detoxify and purify the skin. Green tea extracts, when applied topically or when consumed as a beverage also reduces the risk of skin cancer (melanoma). According to the Journal of Investigative Dermatology, benzol peroxide used in acne medications, when applied on the skin can cause skin tumors. Applying green tea topically to the same area prior to the application of benzol peroxide protects against such skin tumors. A range of cosmetic and beauty care products including body lotion, shampoos, conditioners, face creams are out in the market today with green tea extracts. Tea Tree Oil, a tree native to Australia, is also being largely used in anti-aging cosmetic products. The leaves of this plant Melaleuca alternifolia, was used by Australian aboriginals as a substitute to tea leaves. It is used to treat several skin diseases. CHINA GREEN TEA 9371 is one of our products, welcome to your come and purchase!  
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  • 08 Jun 2020
      Looking for CHINA GREEN TEA gift for your loved ones or friends? Green tea is best known for its health benefits, probably the healthiest beverages in the world – among the different ...
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  •   Looking for CHINA GREEN TEA gift for your loved ones or friends? Green tea is best known for its health benefits, probably the healthiest beverages in the world – among the different types of tea – making it the most commonly grown type of tea in the world. According to a study conducted in 2011, drinking green tea lowers cholesterol level which makes it the perfect tea gift for friends, family or business partners. In this post, you’ll learn 8 types of green tea with long reputation in China. Best Chinese Green Tea1. Dragon Well Tea Longjing tea which literally translated to Dragon Well tea is the most famous green tea in China. The tea is produced in Longjing village in Hangzhou. The Dragon Well tea tastes the best when picked before spring’s heavy rainfall. It has the sweetest and richest aroma of the year. The tea farmer spent approximately 6 hours to pick the tea leaves where it’s roasted right away to stop the natural oxidation process. As such, the tea leaves experience minimal oxidation. Even among the finest of Chinese green tea, the Dragon Well tea has one of the highest concentration of catechins.The Dragon Well tea has the long-lasting aftertaste and a signature chestnut aroma. 2. Biluochun Tea Biluochun tea is one of the 10 China's famous tea — grown in the Dong Ting mountain area in Jiangsu — usually cropped during the Spring equinox. It’s mostly known for its unique appearance and its strong floral aroma and fruity taste. The green tea is rolled into a tight spiral — with curled shape — resembling a snail. Hence the name literally means “Green Snail Spring”. 3. Huangshan Maofeng Tea Huangshan Maofeng tea is a well-known tea in China — one of the 10 China's famous tea — produced in Huizhou city in Anhui province. The tea is grown near the Huangshan — also known as yellow mountain. In English, Huangshan Maofeng means "Yellow Mountain Fur Peak". The tea leaves have peak shape — sharp at the tip — and covered with soft white hair/fuzz. The tea is usually picked in the early spring. It has floral aroma with long-lasting sweet aftertaste. 4. Liu’an Melon Seed Tea The last of the 10 China's famous tea on the list. Liu’an Melon Seed tea is a baked green tea grown in Liu’an city in Anhui province. It's one of the oldest tea in Chinese history — first recorded in The Classic of Tea. If you’re wondering, no — the tea isn’t made of melon seed.The name is taken from the unique shape of the tea leaves — flat and oval resembling a melon seed, hence the name. During the Ming dynasty, Liu’an Melon Seed tea is widely used to prevent sunstroke — due to its high nutritional value. Not only that, it’s a type of tribute tea for the imperial family during the Qing dynasty. 5. Taiping Houkui Tea Taiping Houkui, literally means “peaceful monkey leader”, is a famous Chinese green tea that grows at the foot of Huangshan (Yellow Mountain) in Anhui province. The best Taiping Houkui is grown in Houkeng vilage, Houcun village, and Yanjia village. Back in 2004, Taiping Houkui tea won the “King of Tea” award in China Tea Exhibition.Taiping Houkui gains its popularity due to its beautiful shape — straight shape resembling a bamboo leaf which is rare among tea leaves. The orchid-like fragrance leaves a lingering sweet aftertaste and a hint of flowery overtones on the palate. 6. Xinyang Maojian Tea Another famous Chinese green tea, Xianyang Maojian is a superb green tea produced in Xinyang, Henan — known for its unique and delicious flavor. Maojian which means “hairy tips” refers to the appearance of the young tea leaves when they are plucked as the tea are covered with tiny white hairs. The leaves of Maojian tea are firmly rolled with both ends in a pointed shape — needle-like — dry leaves The unique characteristic of Maojian tea is its fragrant aroma. It gives off a strong grassy — fragrant — and nutty smell. 7. Lushan Yunwu Tea Lushan refers to Mount Lu and Yunwu means "Cloud Mist". Lushan Yunwu a type of green tea produced on the peak of the Mount Lu in Jianxi province. Lushan Yunwu is one of the China’s finest that became a tribute tea during the Song Dynasty.Lushan Yunwu tea is characterized by its tender leaves, jade green color and clear tea. It has sweet and mellow flavor with long-lasting fragrance. 8. Nanjing Yu Hua Tea Nanjing Yu Hua is a special type of green tea produced in region near Nanjing city — one of the finest, most prestigious, and most unique in the world. Yu Hua is named after the area it’s grown. The name means “Rain Flower” as it’s harvested from within the rain flower terrace area — yuhuatai. Green tea leaves are processed with great care. It has delicate appearance and takes great skill to shape the Rain Flower tea into a pine needle shape. In fact, the top premium grades are exclusively handmade. CHINA GREEN TEA 41022 is one of our products, welcome to your come and purchase!  
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  • 01 Jun 2020
      As stated by the previous article, the use of Houhin and Kyusu is more reliable in bringing out the GREEN TEA 3505’s potential flavors. Furthermore, it is one of the easier methods to ...
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  •   As stated by the previous article, the use of Houhin and Kyusu is more reliable in bringing out the GREEN TEA 3505’s potential flavors. Furthermore, it is one of the easier methods to use compared to others. Made in Japan, these teapots are recommended for brewing green tea. This teapot is used for brewing high grade teas, such as Sencha, that have high level of theanine that is responsible for the umami flavor. Brewing at lower temperature will have a more balanced flavor of umami and bitterness. Brewing at a higher water temperature could expose catachin, too much, causing the tea to become too bitter and spoiling the umami flavor. Step 1: Picking The Green Tea (Leaf-Water Ratio)The amount of tea leaves for brewing Sencha is usually lower than most of the other types. The leaf-water ratio should be around: Step 2: Getting The Right Water TemperatureSencha is served best when brewed at 50–70°C / 122–158°F. Before starting, it is important to note that transferring water from one cup to another can decrease the water temperature by approximately 10 degrees To reach this water temperature: Heat water to a boiling pointPour boiling water into a Houhin to reach water temperature at approximately 90°C / 194°FPour the water into teacups to lower the temperature by another 5-10 degreesWhen tea cups have warmed up, the next pour should lower the water temperature to 50–70°C / 122–158°F Step 3: Steeping TimeTo bring its full umami (savory-sweet) flavor, Sencha usually takes a longer time than most of the other types of green tea. It is crucial to know that stirring or placing the lid over the Houhin is not recommended. Moreover, steeping too long or too short might spoil the umami flavor. Step 4: PouringPour small amount of tea at a time into each teacup to acquire an equal amount of the tea’s flavor. Step 5: Re-SteepingSencha can be re-steeped three times. One rule to notice is that higher water temperature is needed to re-steep. In this case, second brew should be steeped at 80°C / 176°F, while the last brew is steeped at a boiling point. GREEN TEA 41022 is one of our products, welcome to your come and purchase!  
    Jun 01, 2020 202
  • 01 Jun 2020
      New research shows that chemicals in CHINA GREEN TEA and china black tea may be able to prevent skin cancer when applied to your skin. Eventually, these chemicals may be put into a lotio...
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  •   New research shows that chemicals in CHINA GREEN TEA and china black tea may be able to prevent skin cancer when applied to your skin. Eventually, these chemicals may be put into a lotion that could prevent skin cancer better than sun block alone. Zigang Dong, MD, and colleagues at the University of Minnesota Hormel Institute in Austin, Minn., tested a solution containing chemicals called polyphenols, extracted from green tea, on live mice who were exposed to ultraviolet (UV) light. They also performed tests on skin cells from mice and humans cultured in the laboratory. The study results, presented recently at the American Chemical Society annual meeting in New York, show that a protein called JNK-2 appears to be directly related to the development of skin cancer and that this protein can be blocked by the application of polyphenols. After the skin is exposed to UV light, levels of this protein rise and remain high. The researchers think that JNK-2 can cause a molecular chain reaction that makes normal skin cells become cancerous. The experiments show green tea polyphenols reduce levels of JNK-2 in the skin and block the reaction that causes tumors to form. Dong says that a lotion -- not a beverage -- would be the ideal way to deliver polyphenols to people's skin. Based on previous research, he says, a person would have to drink as many as ten cups of green tea a day in order to build up enough polyphenol molecules in the skin to produce any benefit. Sun block works by filtering out UV rays before they penetrate the skin. A lotion containing polyphenols might help prevent skin cancer after exposure to the sun. "Hopefully we can dissolve the polyphenols in the lotion together with a sun block," Dong tells WebMD. The researchers are already developing such a lotion, but their work is in the very early stages. "We don't have the data yet," Dong says. "We just began to do that." Dong says he cannot speculate about how long it might take to develop the lotion. At this point, scientists are just beginning to learn what causes cancer, and more than anything, this study sheds light on how skin cancer develops. "Once we know that, we can prevent or treat cancer by targeting the specific genes or proteins," he says. Nevertheless, Dong says, the study results can't be applied to melanoma -- the deadliest form of skin cancer. That's because no melanoma tumors developed on the mice in this study. This study comes amid much new research about tea's potential cancer-fighting properties. Other research has shown that drinking green tea may prevent skin cancer, too. Studies have shown that drinking tea may prevent cancer of the mouth, esophagus, stomach, lung, and prostate, but "when you ask the question whether people drinking more tea tend to have less cancer, then the result is not very clear-cut," C.S. Yang, MD, a cancer researcher at Rutgers University, tells WebMD. "There are quite a few studies in Japan and China suggesting frequent tea consumption reduces the cancer rate of the stomach, and of the esophagus, and maybe some other sites," he says. "But also many other studies show there's no such beneficial effect. So we're really trying to figure out what's going on here." CHINA GREEN TEA 41022 is one of our products, welcome to your come and purchase!  
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  • 25 May 2020
      People who love their GUNPOWDER 3505 AAA may also enjoy longer, healthier lives, a large new study suggests. Researchers found that of more than 100,000 Chinese adults they tracked, tho...
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  •   People who love their GUNPOWDER 3505 AAA may also enjoy longer, healthier lives, a large new study suggests. Researchers found that of more than 100,000 Chinese adults they tracked, those who drank green tea at least three times a week were less likely to suffer a heart attack or stroke over the next seven years. Tea lovers also had a slightly longer life expectancy. At age 50, they could expect to live just over a year longer than their counterparts who were not regular consumers of green tea. The study is the latest to look at green tea's potential health effects. Over the years, many studies have linked the beverage to benefits like healthier cholesterol levels and body weight, and lower risks of heart disease and certain cancers. Those studies, like the current one, were "observational" -- where researchers ask people about their lifestyle habits and other factors, then follow their health outcomes. The limitation is they do not prove that green tea, itself, provides any benefits. Green-tea drinkers may differ from non-consumers in other ways. Research in the United States has found that tea drinkers (all types of tea) generally have healthier diets than non-drinkers, said Whitney Linsenmeyer, an assistant professor of nutrition at Saint Louis University. Researchers do try to account for such differences. In the current study, the investigators were able to weigh overall diet, exercise habits, smoking and education level, among other factors. Still, it's impossible to control for everything, said Linsenmeyer, who is also a spokesperson for the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics. That said, a number of studies across different countries have now found health benefits among green-tea drinkers, according to Linsenmeyer. Plus, there's some evidence from clinical trials. Linsenmeyer pointed to a recent trial of Iranian women finding that those who drank three cups of green tea a day saw improvements in weight, blood pressure, blood sugar and cholesterol over eight weeks. So if you're a green-tea fan, drink up, advised Linsenmeyer. "Green tea is calorie-free and antioxidant-rich," she said. "It's a healthy beverage to include in your diet if you like the taste." It does contain caffeine, though. "So be wary if you take medications that interact with caffeine, or if you struggle with insomnia," Linsenmeyer said. The findings were published online Jan. 9 in the European Journal of Preventive Cardiology. The study was based on 100,902 Chinese adults who were free of heart disease and cancer at the outset. The participants were interviewed about their lifestyle habits and medical history, and had their weight, blood pressure and cholesterol measured. Over the follow-up period -- typically seven years -- almost 3,700 suffered a heart attack or stroke, or died of cardiovascular causes. The risk was 20% lower, however, among those who habitually drank green tea (at least three times a week). Those habitual consumers were also 15% less likely to die of any cause, versus people who drank green tea less often or not at all. CONTINUE READING BELOWGreen, black and white tea all come from the same plant, but there are differences in how they are made. And compared with black tea -- which is more popular in the United States -- green tea is higher in antioxidants called flavonoids, according to the study authors. Lab experiments suggest green-tea extracts can quell inflammation and improve functioning of cells in the blood vessels and heart, the researchers said. The team was led by Dr. Xinyan Wang, of the Chinese Academy of Medical Sciences, in Beijing. For now, the jury is still out on whether adding green tea to your diet will ward off any diseases, said Connie Diekman. She's a food and nutrition consultant and past president of the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics. But Diekman said she often encourages people to go ahead and enjoy their tea, since it's a calorie-free form of hydration (provided it's not loaded with sugar or cream). "Adding [green tea] to your daily routine can't hurt, and it might help," Diekman said. CHUNMEE 41022 is one of our products, welcome to your come and purchase!  
    May 25, 2020 208