ESTIMATION OF TRADITIONAL MEDICINAL PLANT AND MOST WIDELY USE BEVERAGES IN THE WORLD
Harshali N. Anap*, Megha G. Bhise, Mansi P. Akolkar, Rutuja A. Ware and Rutuja S. Chavan
Green tea is derived from the plant cameliya sinensis belongs to theacae family. In ancient time tea is drink in the world wide beverage in the form of drought.it helps to detoxicant the body the many scientist has work on green tea and observed the many therapeutic properties from the many therapeutic uses of green tea. It has been focused on antimicrobial effect of green tea, also include the history of green tea, pharmacognosy of green tea, chemical active ingredient’s active constituent of green tea is catechin which treat the antimicrobial infection. Green tea has the property to fight against chronic diseases such as cancer, heart diseases & liver diseases & many more. Many people in countries in the world are accustomed to tea consumptions in worldwide is less than tea & Coffee generally green tea has been found to be Superior to black tea in terms of health benefits due to their greater health benefits and demand & popularities are enhanced green tea is accounted for to contain a large number of bioactive fixing which contributed by polyphenols which assumes it shows action & treatment of numerous infectious diseases. The mechanism of green tea catechins & also the biological action evidences form in vitro & animal studies and human studies by using green tea catechins to diversion cardiovascular risk factor metabolic syndrome such as obesity, type 2 diabetes. The green tea also shows the anti-inflammatory, antibacterial, antifungal and antihypertensive and shows other many more activities.
Keywords: Therapeutic effect, antimicrobial activity, catechin, green tea polyphenol, antioxidant, epigallocatechin.
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