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Golden Bow Solutions TeaSha Green Sencha Tea is a green tea enriched with carefully selected ingredients and has therefore a unique and very distinctive taste and aroma. Ashwagandha extract is an interesting ingredient which enhances energising effects of the tea and has multiple health benefits.

Green tea is a well-known product in the whole world, valued for years for its taste and aroma. As a plant, the tea is native to China, where it has been produced for ages and been the subject of meny legends. There have been many myths surrounding tea on world markets, which are sometimes untrue. Every tea – whether it is black, red or green – comes from the same plant called Camellia Sinensis or its Indian variety, Camellia Assamica. The colour of tea depends on the processing of the plucked bush leaves.

Green tea is the least oxidised kind of tea, i.e. it retains elements and chemical compounds. Some green teas do not undergo oxidation, whereas e.g. black teas are fully oxidised. Because of that, green tea is the most similar to tea leaves in terms of chemical composition, i.e. it contains the highest amounts of various health-promoting compounds. They include vitamins, minerals, theine, theanine and tannins.

Ashwagandha root extract is a concentrated form of the extract of the Indian variety of ginseng. The latin name of the plant species is somnifera, meaning “sleep-inducing”. This may be quite misleading when we take into account its properties. This plant is used in traditional Ayurvedic medicine (one of the oldest Indian systems of medicine) primarily as a stimulant. Nonetheless, ashwagandha has a very wide range of effects – from enhancing mental performance, to aiding the treatment of bronchitis and asthma and to relieving menstrual and sleep disorders. It acts as a stimulant by activating substances in the body which prepare it for intense physical and mental activity, thereby helping you cope with stress, anxiety and depression.

Theine is the most known alkaloid found in tea. Basically, theine is the same compound as caffeine, famous for its energy-enhancing effects. Nonetheless, caffeine is associated with coffee and theine with tea and not without reason. Thein reacts with tannin found in tea, leading to the formation of tannin caffeinate, which has slightly different effects than caffeine from coffee. While caffeine is a quick stimulant, i.e. it has a quick energy-boosting effect for a short period of time, tannin caffeinate is released for a longer period of time and thus has a milder effect. It stimulates the nervous and cardiovascular systems, consequently enhancing focus and concentration and relaxing the body. Importantly, theine in this form is not accumulated in the body and is excreted when it is overdosed. Despite appearances, tea contains much more caffeine (theine) than coffee. Nonetheless, you can have an opposite impression, because it has a milder effect and its excess can be excreted.

Other alkaloids found in tea are e.g. theobromine and theophylline, which have diuretic properties and are capable of dilating blood vessels.

Theanine is one of 17 amino acids present in tea. Like other proteinogenic compounds, it can be found in the highest amounts in green tea. This glutamine derivative has strong effects on the nervous system and easily crosses the blood-brain barrier. Theanine has sedative effects, reduces mental stress and its physical symptoms and stabilises the mood in persons who sometimes experience emotional swings.. Some scientists claim that it stimulates the brain’s alpha waves and thus aids learning and improves mental performance.

Tannins constitute a large part of compounds (around 30%) in dried tea leaves. This group includes polyphenols and catechines. Tannin, which binds to theine, is one of the most important compounds from this group. Along with catechines, it is one of the better sources of vitamin P for humans. Tannin gives tea its characteristic astringency which gives a puckery feeling in the mouth. Tea tannins are believed to e.g. bind and remove heavy metals and toxins, seal and strengthen blood vessel walls, block the absorption of “bad” cholesterol into the bloodstream and prevent blood clot formation and blood platelet aggregation. They also have antioxidant properties. What is more, tannins are involved in the formation of compounds which, in the presence of enzymes, give tea different aromas.

Even though tea is not a very rich source of vitamins, it contains vitamins from the following groups: A, C, D, E, K, B. It comprises also minerals such as: iron, calcium, phosphorous, selenium, potassium, zinc and magnesium.

To sum up, Golden Bow Solutions TeaSha Green Sencha Tea is a tea rich in compounds that are essential to the human body. It has stimulant and sedative effects and that is why it aids concentration and helps enhance mental performance. Since it is fortified with ashwagandha root extract, it makes it easier to restore the body’s natural rhythm which was disrupted by an irregular sleep schedule or stress. It boosts cardiovascular and urinary health.

 

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  • Green tea enriched with standardised ashwagandha extract
  • Has a distinctive and very pleasant taste and aroma
  • Has antioxidant and detoxifying properties
  • Restores sleep balance
  • Helps increase mental performance
  • Energises the whole body
  • Increases the resistance to stress
  • Improves concentration

Golden Bow Solutions TeaSha Green Sencha Tea is a green tea enriched with carefully selected ingredients and has therefore a unique and very distinctive taste and aroma. Ashwagandha extract is an interesting ingredient which enhances energising effects of the tea and has multiple health benefits.

Green tea is a well-known product in the whole world, valued for years for its taste and aroma. As a plant, the tea is native to China, where it has been produced for ages and been the subject of meny legends. There have been many myths surrounding tea on world markets, which are sometimes untrue. Every tea – whether it is black, red or green – comes from the same plant called Camellia Sinensis or its Indian variety, Camellia Assamica. The colour of tea depends on the processing of the plucked bush leaves.

Green tea is the least oxidised kind of tea, i.e. it retains elements and chemical compounds. Some green teas do not undergo oxidation, whereas e.g. black teas are fully oxidised. Because of that, green tea is the most similar to tea leaves in terms of chemical composition, i.e. it contains the highest amounts of various health-promoting compounds. They include vitamins, minerals, theine, theanine and tannins.

Ashwagandha root extract is a concentrated form of the extract of the Indian variety of ginseng. The latin name of the plant species is somnifera, meaning “sleep-inducing”. This may be quite misleading when we take into account its properties. This plant is used in traditional Ayurvedic medicine (one of the oldest Indian systems of medicine) primarily as a stimulant. Nonetheless, ashwagandha has a very wide range of effects – from enhancing mental performance, to aiding the treatment of bronchitis and asthma and to relieving menstrual and sleep disorders. It acts as a stimulant by activating substances in the body which prepare it for intense physical and mental activity, thereby helping you cope with stress, anxiety and depression.

Theine is the most known alkaloid found in tea. Basically, theine is the same compound as caffeine, famous for its energy-enhancing effects. Nonetheless, caffeine is associated with coffee and theine with tea and not without reason. Thein reacts with tannin found in tea, leading to the formation of tannin caffeinate, which has slightly different effects than caffeine from coffee. While caffeine is a quick stimulant, i.e. it has a quick energy-boosting effect for a short period of time, tannin caffeinate is released for a longer period of time and thus has a milder effect. It stimulates the nervous and cardiovascular systems, consequently enhancing focus and concentration and relaxing the body. Importantly, theine in this form is not accumulated in the body and is excreted when it is overdosed. Despite appearances, tea contains much more caffeine (theine) than coffee. Nonetheless, you can have an opposite impression, because it has a milder effect and its excess can be excreted.

Other alkaloids found in tea are e.g. theobromine and theophylline, which have diuretic properties and are capable of dilating blood vessels.

Theanine is one of 17 amino acids present in tea. Like other proteinogenic compounds, it can be found in the highest amounts in green tea. This glutamine derivative has strong effects on the nervous system and easily crosses the blood-brain barrier. Theanine has sedative effects, reduces mental stress and its physical symptoms and stabilises the mood in persons who sometimes experience emotional swings.. Some scientists claim that it stimulates the brain’s alpha waves and thus aids learning and improves mental performance.

Tannins constitute a large part of compounds (around 30%) in dried tea leaves. This group includes polyphenols and catechines. Tannin, which binds to theine, is one of the most important compounds from this group. Along with catechines, it is one of the better sources of vitamin P for humans. Tannin gives tea its characteristic astringency which gives a puckery feeling in the mouth. Tea tannins are believed to e.g. bind and remove heavy metals and toxins, seal and strengthen blood vessel walls, block the absorption of “bad” cholesterol into the bloodstream and prevent blood clot formation and blood platelet aggregation. They also have antioxidant properties. What is more, tannins are involved in the formation of compounds which, in the presence of enzymes, give tea different aromas.

Even though tea is not a very rich source of vitamins, it contains vitamins from the following groups: A, C, D, E, K, B. It comprises also minerals such as: iron, calcium, phosphorous, selenium, potassium, zinc and magnesium.

To sum up, Golden Bow Solutions TeaSha Green Sencha Tea is a tea rich in compounds that are essential to the human body. It has stimulant and sedative effects and that is why it aids concentration and helps enhance mental performance. Since it is fortified with ashwagandha root extract, it makes it easier to restore the body’s natural rhythm which was disrupted by an irregular sleep schedule or stress. It boosts cardiovascular and urinary health.

 

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Container size: 60 gServing size: 5 gServings per container: 12
per portion (5 g)amount%DV
Green tea - Sencha4 g*
Ashwagandha root extract [standardized for 5% withanolides]300 mg*

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Ashwagandha

Information

Ashwagandha (Wythania somnifera / Indian ginseng) - a plant of the nightshade family, used in Oriental medicine as a means of adding vitality, improves the psychophysical condition. It is used as an aphrodisiac. The root of the plant is a rich source of bioactive compounds (phytosterols, glycosides, withanolides etc.). The sports supplementation, herbal preparations, a positive effect on the nervous system (reduces stress, and accelerates the adaptation to changing conditions psychophysical), hematopoietic and immune systems. It has a decisive influence on the process of synthesis of nitrogen oxides and the level of certain hormones, including testosterone (e.g. improving sexual functions).
Ashwagandha (
Withania somnifera) is a component of the complex herbal supplements (as well as sets of adaptogens) increase the level of the male sex hormone (testosterone), supporting the sexual function of the body, supporting regeneration and having a calming effect.
Dosage: 300-600 mg of extract per day.

Withanolides

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Withanolides - biologically active compounds belonging to the group of steroid lactones, occurring in some green plants. In supplementation they are perceived mainly as active substances of Withania somnifera, commonly called Ashwagandha. The percentage content of withanolides in Ashwagandha extracts is considered the indicator of the product’s quality - the higher the content, the more effective the supplement. In non-standardized extracts, the content of withanolides is estimated for 1% of dry muscle mass of Withania somnifera leaves.

Being the main active substances of Ashwagandha, withanolides are responsible for the majority of effects of its application. Regular supplementation with Withania somnifera extracts demonstrates adaptogen effect. It increases the organism’s tolerance to stress factors, holistically promoting the functions of the organism. It may decrease cortisol level in case of its excessively high concentrations, promote cognitive abilities and facilitate concentration. Supplementation with Ashwagandha also supports maintaining proper daily rhythm and is conducive to falling in a deep sleep.

Some sources also indicate that supplementation with Withania somnifera extracts positively influences the level of testosterone in the organism. Current research results indicate, however, that this effects of supplementation may be achieved only in people with initially excessively low secretion of the male sex hormone.

 

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