Green Tea originates from south of China, Assum, India, Myanmar, Thailand, Indonesia, and Indochina.
Picked up by its leaf, Green Tea (sometimes called Chinese Tea) is dried through the process of baking or roasting with moderate temperature, to prevent fermentation, caused by an enzyme. Green Tea leaves have the active constituents in Tannins, such as Epigallocatechin gallate, (+)-Catechin, (+)-Gallocatechin. The Phenolic acids in Green Tea are Caffeic and Ferulic acids, which possess antioxidant activities. These activities play an important role in antisepsis, anti-inflammation, dispersing swelling, anti-allergy, covering smell, and increasing SPF (Sun Protection Factor). It is, therefore, used as an ingredient in Sunscreen,
and Hair and Skin Nourishment Products.