The Amazing l-theanine

- May 07, 2020-

 L-Theanine,also known as theanine, is an amino acid found in tea. Since ancient times, some people say that drinking green tea will bring relaxation. The substance that is responsible for relaxation is theanine. Our Xi’an Taicheng Chem Co.,Ltd 's  content of theanine can reach about 99%. Both fermentation and synthesis methods can be obtained. According to the price requirements of different customers from different countries, we can provide high quality theanine for different processes. 


                                                Product name:  L-Theanine
                                                         Source:Green tea extract
                                                 Appearance :White powder
                                                        Storage:Sealed package in dark, cool and dry places

The main functions of theanine are as follows:

1. The drug made from theanine can avoid some side effects of some medicines for depression. The health products companies in the United States, Japan and other countries have developed and marketed a number of tea therologies mainly supplemented with valerian root extracts. A natural anti-depressant capsule of natural sedatives such as hypericin, with remarkable curative effect and no side effects during long-term use.
2. Theanine can inhibit the death of nerve cells caused by transient cerebral ischemia and has a protective effect on nerve cells. At the same time, it has a good preventive effect on cerebral thrombosis, cerebral hemorrhage, and senile dementia. Theanine can also lower blood pressure by regulating the concentration of nerve-transmitting substances in the brain.
3. It is well known that drinking tea has the effect of losing weight. If people who have long-term tea drinking habits are more likely to maintain a good body and remove excess fat. At the same time, it has also been found that theanine has the functions of protecting the liver and resisting oxidation.

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