Newsletters - February 2000

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Green Tea 30-42 wt%
Oolong Tea 08-20 wt%
Black Tea 03-10 wt%

(*Catechins are mesured as wt% of extract solids)

Initial benefits of oolong tea were first noticed after 1-2 weeks of treatment. Marked to moderate improvement was observed in 74 (63%) of the 118 patients after 1 month. After 6 months of treatment, a good response was still observed in 64 patients (54%). The authors attribute oolong tea’s beneficial effects in the recalcitrant AD cases to the antiallergic properties of the tea’s polyphenols.

Sources: 1. Atopic Dermatitis (publication of the National Institutes of Health and the National Institutes of Arthritis and Musculoskeletal and Skin Diseases. http://www.nih.gov/niams/healthinfo/dermatitis/atophandout_breaks.html. 2. Uehara, M., Sugiura, H., and Sakurai, K. (2001) Arch Dermatol. 137, 42-43. 3. Graham, H.N. (1992) Prev. Med. 21, 334-350.

Sabinsa Corporation supplies two grades of green tea, one standardized for a minimum of 40% catechins and the other for a minimum of 75%. Green Tea CG (cosmetic grade) is also available. It is standardized for a minimum of 75% catechins. Please contact Sabinsa for information about our green tea products and the other products of our nutritional, cosmeceutical, and functional food lines.

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