ActiGreen green tea dietary supplement.
Green tea originates from the same plant as black tea, white tea and oolong tea. The tea plant, which has the nice Latin name Camellia Sinensis, is typically referred to as the tea bush, but botanically it is not a bush at all, but rather a tree. If you let the "tea bush" grow wild, it can reach a height of more than 20 metres!
The reason why the tea tree is referred to as the tea bush is because the tree is constantly cut down in height, so that it is easier to pick the tea leaves.
What distinguishes the different tea types is the way the tea leaves are treated after they have been picked.
Immediately after the tea leaves are picked from the tea bush, they are transported to the tea factory, where the leaves are heat treated and dried. Unlike Black tea, the tea leaves retain their greenish color after the heat treatment and drying has taken place. After this, the tea is basically ready for use.
It is worth noting that the tea that is called White tea is in principle Green Tea. White tea is made in much the same way as green tea, but only newly sprouted tea leaves and buds are used. White tea got its name because the leaves are provided with white down that looks like silver needles, therefore White tea is also called Silver Tips.
Red tea, Chamomile tea and herbal tea have nothing to do with tea. These products originate from completely different plants, but have probably been called tea because they are prepared in the same way as real tea.
Our tea extracts are made on the basis of green tea from Indonesia and China. The extracts are produced in Germany, and our German producer controls the tea plantations that supply the tea, as well as analyzes the tea.
Recommended daily dose for adults:
3 letters (3 cups) in connection with a meal.
The daily dose should not be exceeded.
The extract can be dissolved in both hot (80-85 gr.) and cold water.
We always recommend that Green Tea Extract be consumed in connection with meals (should not be consumed on an empty stomach). Spread the intake over the whole day. Green tea affects the absorption of the mineral iron. Iron supplement preparations should therefore not be taken at the same time, time difference between Green Tea extract and iron supplement 2-3 hours.
Ingredients: Dry irrigation extract of Green Tea (Camellia Sinensis)
Mandatory text: Dietary supplements should not replace a varied diet.
Should only be used by pregnant women and children under 1 year after agreement with doctor or health nurse.
Storage: Dry and inaccessible to children.
Green Tea Extract sold at Matas, health food stores, and on Danish webshops.
ActiGreen is registered with the Danish Veterinary and Food Administration.