The tea plant is a shrub originating in the Far East, belonging to the Camellia family. It is overwhelmingly grown for its leaves, which once dried and more or less oxidised, are used to make tea by infusion.
In China, tea has been used as a beneficial infusion and as a fermented condiment for more than 4,000 years. It was long believed that black and green teas came from different plants; they are in fact from the same plant, but black tea is fermented.
Green tea and black tea both contain caffeine and polyphenols. However, the polyphenols contained in green tea, catechins, are not the same as those found in black tea, theoflavins.
This extract contains high amounts of caffeine, 20%, compared to 1-4% in an infusion. The same effect could be achieved through tea alone only if large quantities of it were consumed every day.
Exilis contains a highly concentrated standardised extract of Camellia sinensis (Black tea). The standardisation process ensures a consistent concentration of the active substances in black tea.
1 tablet in the morning or early afternoon, with a little water.
Not recommended for children or pregnant women.
400 mg of standardised dry Camellia sinensis extract.
Notification number: PL 21/2
Dietary supplement • Do not exceed the reference daily intake
* Tea extract has traditionally been used to aid weight loss together with dietary measures.
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