Surprising combination of sencha green tea, white ginseng, lemon and liquorice. Infusion with a rich, slightly bitter taste characteristic of green tea with a sweet and citrusy lemon aftertaste, yellow in colour with a herbal tea and lemon citrus aroma. A premium infusion that you can't miss.
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Properties and Health Benefits of Ginseng Green Tea
Ginseng has antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties that are beneficial to the body. One study investigated the effects of having 18 young athletes take 2 grams of Korean red ginseng extract three times a day for seven days. The researchers then measured the levels of certain markers of inflammation after performing a stress test. These levels were significantly lower than in the placebo group, lasting up to 72 hours after the test.
Helps brain function
Ginseng may help improve brain functions such as memory, behaviour and mood. One study followed 30 healthy people who consumed 200 mg of Panax ginseng daily for four weeks. At the end of the study, they showed an improvement in mental health, social functioning and mood. However, these benefits were no longer significant after 8 weeks, suggesting that the effects of ginseng may diminish through prolonged use.
For treating erectile dysfunction
Research has shown that ginseng may be a useful alternative for treating erectile dysfunction in men. It appears that the compounds it contains may protect against oxidative stress in blood vessels and tissues in the penis and help restore normal function. In addition, one study has shown that ginseng can promote the production of nitric oxide, a compound that improves muscle relaxation in the penis and increases blood circulation.
May be beneficial against cancer
Ginseng may be helpful in reducing the risk of certain cancers. A review of several studies indicated that people who took ginseng had a 16% lower risk of developing cancer. In addition, an observational study suggested that people who take ginseng may be less likely to develop certain types of cancer, such as cancers of the lip, mouth, oesophagus, stomach, colon, liver and lung, than those who do not take it.
Boosts energy levels
Ginseng has been shown to help fight fatigue and give us more energy. A four-week study explored the effects of giving 1 or 2 grams of Panax ginseng or a placebo to 90 people with chronic fatigue. Those receiving Panax ginseng experienced less physical and mental fatigue, as well as reductions in oxidative stress, than those taking the placebo.
Sencha green tea, ginseng, lemon, liquorice and aroma.
How to prepare:
Put a pyramid in a cup and add boiling water. Cover and let it infuse for 5 minutes so that the flowers unfold all their essences. Serve it in those two-handed cups and warm your spirits anytime.