The tea plant, Camellia sinensis, is of specific significance to people, and the intake of tea has an extended heritage of over 2000 years. presently, tea is without doubt one of the hottest drinks world wide. in recent times the topic of tea has attracted loads of awareness. in addition to using tea in conventional medication, sleek biochemical examine has proven the aptitude program of tea and tea items to affliction prevention and therapy.
The objective of this booklet is to hide all proper facets together with botanical identity, processing and significant different types of tea, physiological and pharmacological results, and experimental healing results. The healing functions of tea according to conventional chinese language drugs also are incorporated. The individuals are well known specialists from botanical, agricultural, chemical, biochemical, and scientific circles. Tea: Bioactivity and healing strength could be a useful reference resource for physicians and all execs in pharmaceutical, agricultural, and foodstuff study and improvement industries in addition to somebody who's attracted to the aptitude scientific functions of tea.
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