Independent Clinical Studies
Women who regularly drink tea, appear to have a significantly lower risk of developing ovarian cancer compared to women who never or seldom drink tea. In one study, women who drank 2 or more cups of green tea each day had a 46% lower risk of getting ovarian cancer than women who didn't drink green tea.**
—Arch Internal Medicine, 2005
1 Ingestion of green tea and green tea bioactive compounds may be beneficial in mitigating bone loss (in the elderly) and decreasing their risk of osteoporotic fractures.**
—Pharmacological Research, 2011
**Research reports are listed for educational use and consumer awareness. Although, we support the research, the studies were conducted by outside parties who are not affiliated with Tonicology. Tonicology is not responsible for any content or claims made by these studies. Resources are cited.
History of Wild Green Tea*
Green Tea Essence
" is extracted from natural green tea leaves by implementing a highly proprietary biotechnology process to a
final purity of 99.6%.
Extraction is done by a
low temperature process that preserves the bioactivity of all the main active ingredients.
Each capsule of Green Tea Essence contains a
high proportion of catechin (as EGCg, exceeding 86%).
This essential component helps the body adjust various physiological functions,
enhances metabolism, alleviates fatigue, maintains a healthy ecological distribution of useful bacteria
(for example, Bifidobacterium longum), and
enhances dental health and alleviates halitosis.
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Safety & Side Effects
Our offerings are all natural and safe. We don't use chemicals, pesticides or heavy metals, EVER! CGB's state-of-the-art Agricultural and Environmental Research Center in the U.S., Europe and Asia assure cleanliness and purity. Green tea is likely safe for most adults. However, too much green tea (more than 5 cups a day) can cause an upset stomach from excessive caffeine.
Inform your licensed medical practitioner of any dietary, supplement or exercise program, especially if you are pregnant or have pre-existing medical conditions.
*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.
References & Resources**
1 “Tea consumption and ovarian cancer risk in a population-based cohort.”, Larsson SC, Wolk A., Arch Internal Medicine, 12/12/05, (22):2683-6.**
2 “Green tea and bone health: Evidence from laboratory studies.”, Shen CL; Yeh JK; Cao JJ; Chyu MC; Wang JS, Pharmacological Research, Aug 2011, Vol. 64 (2), pp. 155-61**