The ancients’ remedy to cure headaches, stimulate skin circulation and protect against damage from exposure to sun or free radicals.
What is Green Tea and Chrysanthemum?
Ayurvedic, Chinese, Tibetan and other Eastern medical practitioners have found by experimenting over thousands of years that certain herbs, when blended in a specific ratio, work better than herbs used individually. U.S. Advanced Medical Research applies this ancient Eastern wisdom by combining a rare synergistic blend of Green Tea (Camelia Sinensis) and Chrysanthemum (Chrysanthemum Indicum) that neutralizes free radicals, disrupts the inflammatory process, and stimulates microcirculation, which aids in oxygen exchange.
Green Tea and Chrysanthemum's Benefits for Skin
Extracts of Green Tea leaves have a plethora of health benefits. Green tea is rich in antioxidants, particularly polyphenols and catechins, which have a wide array of anti-inflammatory, adaptogenic, anticarcinogenic and antiseptic properties. L-Theanine, a chemical found in Green Tea, is known to soothe and calm the skin, while caffeine and epigallocatechin gallate, the most abundant catechin in green tea, helps protect the skin from UV-radiation induced damage and skin cancer formation by stimulating the production of interleukins that repair the skin’s DNA.
Chrysanthemum has been used for centuries to treat inflammation and headaches. Chrysanthemum Indicum is an aqueous extract rich in specific flavonoids and two saponosides, and it also assists in product penetration or efficacy. The high concentration of Green Tea and Chrysanthemum provides skin with the most powerful antioxidants to protect against DNA alteration from sun exposure and free radicals.