Age Gracefully with Herbal Tea
Free radicals - origin and harm
Free radicals are toxic particles with very strong oxidizing properties that can destroy cell membranes and cell structures, even many cells and an entire tissue of the body. As a result, it causes damage and dysfunction of an organ, even many ones of the body.
Free radicals are considered "hidden killers" that cause many diseases of the body as well as promote the aging process of the body. Modern medicine's statistics show that the attack of free radicals causes more than 60 different diseases including diseases affecting the brain such as memory loss, dementia, Alzheimer's, cerebrovascular accident and even some types of cancer.
Free radicals are generated continuously during the body's metabolism or it penetrates from the external environment such as radiation, stress, alcohol, tobacco, etc. They can even be found in the food, water and even the medicines we take, the air we breathe. They can also be formed when food is processed, such as deep-fried, roasted, or grilled dishes at high temperature.
|Herbal ingredients. Photo: loctancuong.com.
Antioxidants and free radicals
Antioxidants, such as vitamin C, vitamin E, and especially flavonoids, have been proven to reduce damage caused by free radicals to the body. It cannot be deniable that supplementing with antioxidants contributes to strengthening the immune system, helping the body better resist pathogens, preventing problems related to aging.
Fruits, vegetables and tea are natural sources of antioxidants for the body. In addition to traditional tea made from tea leaves, tea made from herbs are also rated to have relatively high antioxidant capacity.
Herbal Tea Dr. The bar contains 9 precious herbs including honeysuckle, chrysanthemum flower, summer dried herb, dandelion flower, sprung licorice, primrose, licorice, arhat fruit, and myrrh flower. According to published scientific documents, these 9 types are all herbs rich in antioxidants.
Ingredients: Water, Lonicera Japonica Thunb 3,4%, Chrysanthemum 3,2 %, Momordica grosvenori 2,1%, Prunella vulgaris 1,8%, Gtycyrrhiza uralensis 1,6%, Plumeria rubra 1,5 %, Gossampinus maIabarica 0,7%, Mcrocas panicutula 0,5 %, Mesona chinensis Benth 0,5%, Acesulfame Potassium, Sucralose
The antioxidants present in the herbs of Dr Thanh tea are mainly flavonoids with strong antioxidant effects such as anthocyanins, luteolin, quercetin, myricetin, glucoside. They help reduce free radicals on many different organs such as eyes, heart, blood vessels, liver, etc.
Luteolin in the honeysuckle herb of Dr. Thanh tea has the ability to prevent oxidative stress reactions, scavenge radicals free and protect damaged heart muscle cells against harmful factors. .
Chrysanthemum in tea Dr. The bar also contains myricetin which is a strong antioxidant and is effective in preventing senile dementia. Quercetin in Chrysanthemum, Honeysuckle has antioxidant and anti-inflammatory effects, thereby supporting prevention. Due to the presence of antioxidant compounds in the main ingredients, using Dr Thanh herbal tea can contribute to reducing the damage caused by oxidative stress to the body.
|Dr. Thanh Herbal Tea. Photo: vietnamtimes.
In Vietnam, herbal tea is a very popular beverage. Because there are so many various herbs growing here, Vietnamese people frequently use them in their cooking and drinks. Small herb strips will be nicely lacing your plate if you are enjoying Vietnamese cuisine. Herbs are known for their health advantages as well as their attractive appearance.
Popular food trends come and go over the past few years, meanwhile, green tea has stayed as one of Gen Z's best choices when it comes to healthy beverages. Convenient bottled tea like Zero Degree Green Tea or Dr. Thanh Herbal Tea helps the young to reduce stress from everyday life, even in lockdown or in the new normal state, in work or in travel.
Dr. Thanh Herbal Tea is one of the Tan Hiep Phat Group's ongoing achievements, alongside Number One and Zero Degree Green Tea. After only 45 days of study and manufacturing employing modern technology, Dr. Thanh was released.
"Dr. Thanh exhibits high safety when testing on animals by giving them the highest possible dose of product in liquid form, and when experimenting on volunteers by letting them consume the end products every day," according to research led by Nguyen Van Minh at Vietnam Military Medical Academy. According to the study, the tea has a high antioxidant capacity and has a significant impact on liver function and overall health.
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