Camellia sinensis


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a tropical evergreen shrub or small tree extensively cultivated in e.g. China and Japan and India

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NR-ANX-C is a polyherbal preparation containing the extracts of Withania somnifera, Ocimum sanctum, Camellia sinensis, triphala and shilajit.
Kevin Gascoyne of Camellia Sinensis also sees vendors with serious pu'er selections adding one to two dark teas to their offerings.
Herbal tisanes are tea-like beverages and are prepared and consumed in a similar way to tea; however, they do not contain the Camellia Sinensis plant.
Results of this research about effect of water extracts of Camellia sinensis L.
Green tea comes from a tea native to Asia called Camellia sinensis.
He said: "Tea is a hot water infusion of the leaves from the Camellia sinensis plant.
gt;> Tea comes from a tree called camellia sinensis.
Tea's soothing qualities come from L-theanine, a unique amino acid found only in the tea plant camellia sinensis, which produces black, oolong, and green tea.
Green, black or white, any real tea product made from the leaves of the tea bush Camellia sinensis is good for you, as they are rich in antioxidants.
Green, black, and oolong teas are considered the three major classes, and each comes from the age-old Camellia sinensis tea bush.
Green, black, and oolong are considered the three major classes, and each comes from the age-old Camellia sinensis tea bush.
All tea comes from the same plant, Camellia sinensis, but is not created equal.
3 CAMELLIA SINENSIS is the camellia, native to China, from which tea is made, and, of course, it has been around for thousands of years.
Reading this book made me realize that beyond tea's historical, economic, and geopolitical significance, there is a romance, a poetry, attached to Camellia sinensis.
Camellia sinensis, whose leaves and leaf buds are used in green and black teas, is grown in Argentina.