Black Tea Extract- Theaflavin
Black Tea Extract- Theaflavin

Black Tea Extract- Theaflavin

Posted by : Mrs. Sara Lu
Offered by : Kingherbs Limited
Last updated on : May 03,2013
Product added on : Feb 03,2013
Product Description
We are offering our customers a wide range of Black Tea Extract- Theaflavin, which are available following Specifications :-
Latin Name: Camellia sinensis
Appearance: Red powder
Spec.: 20%, 30%, 40% , 60%
Type:Antioxidant
Resource:Natural
Theaflavin extracted from black tea leaves, widely used in pharmaceutics and healthcare industry.
Product Description
Theaflavins are flavonoids found in tea. Theaflavin and its derivatives, known collectively as theaflavins, are polyphenols that are formed from tea catechins during the enzymatic oxidation or fermentation of tea leaves. With thearubins, theaflavins endow the characteristic color, fragrance and taste of black tea. Theaflavins are considered the active ingredient in helping to maintain normal cholesterol levels and to support the immune system. Theaflavins often work with the polyphenols in tea to support the body's funstions.
Health Function:
Anti cancer, tumour
Cardio cerebral vascular disease
Antibacterial and antiphlogistic
Anti virus
Potential Applications:
Beverages
Sport drinks
Dietary supplements
Medical applications
Advantages:
Half the cost of comparable extracts
Derived from 100% all natural tea leaves
Easily formulated into capsules, tablets, soft gels or
powder mixes
Highly soluble.
About the Supplier

Established in 1996, Kingherbs Limited has been a leading name in offering top notch Plant Extract. Located in Changsha, Hunan, we offer the best quality Black Tea Extract- Theaflavin to our customers at best prices in the industry.

  • Nature of Business
    Exporter / Manufacturer / Wholesaler/Distributor / Supplier
  • Year of Establishment
    1996
Contact Details
Kingherbs Limited
No.901, Building 3, WanshuDandi, Xiangzhang Road,
Changsha, Hunan, 410014, China
Contact Supplier
Ms. Cara ShawSales Executive
Last updated on : 25 November 2015 Report Incorrect Contact
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