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GABA, Gamma-Amino Butyric Acid (γ-aminobutyric acid) in an acronym.
GABA Tea efficacy
The effects of GABA, the amino acids, such as catechins have antioxidant effects that help combat cancer, and are loaded with Vitamin C. It tastes like tea with honey and lemon already added. You may have heard that Green Tea is good for you. This is a fact…well, GABA is even better!
Originally, it was used as medicine to improve blood flow to the brain in hospitals, and for renal blood-pressure-lowering effects. Inherently, to prevent dementia promoting alcohol metabolism activity of the liver function, and drawing attention for its’ relaxing effects.
GABA Tea is Green Tea without any additives
GABA already exists within the tea leaves – in very small amounts, however GABA tea is made simply by blocking oxygen to the green tea leaves and GABA is increased -considerably. The original recipe fried tea in a pot, but has since been improved to contain a larger amount of GABA while protecting the natural catechins in the tea.
The amount of GABA contained in the green tea reaches 40 times normal. While the GABA contained in foods, say germinated brown rice for an example, which can be compared with a relatively large amount of GABA content, is only eight times more.
Comparison of GABA-rich foods
|Ordinary green tea||6mg/100g|
|Sprouted brown rice||30mg/100g|
GABA Tea is a high elevation tea (1200m). Tea plants at such heights are known to produce very high quality leaves which are Organic. About two weeks prior to plucking, GABA leaves are partially shaded, which causes increased production of glutamic acid. During the oxidation phase of GABA production, all oxygen is replaced with nitrogen gas, which causes the glutamic acid to convert to Gamma-Aminobutyric Acid.
|GABA Green Tea Processing Method|
To meet the finest standards and be labeled GABA Tea, the finished product must contain at least 150mg of GABA per 100g dry weight. Many clinical studies have shown that drinking GABA releases growth hormone, especially after exercise, with remarkable effectiveness. The release of growth hormone is known to increase lean body mass.
In addition, because of its calming and soothing effects, GABA also lowers blood pressure, helps control Hypoglycemia, prevents anxiety and PROMOTES RESTFUL SLEEP. To an extent, it also regulates appetite, which is helpful in maintaining optimal weight. GABA Tea has the highest concentration of anti-oxidants, including catechins, flavanoids, and polyphenols. Anti-oxidants are helpful in fighting many types of disease including: Cancer, Parkinson’s Disease, Senility, Schizophrenia, and Alzheimer’s Disease.
GABA Tea helps to prevent hangovers! Gamma-Aminobutyric Acid (GABA) is an amino acid found mainly in the human brain and eyes. It is considered an inhibitory neurotransmitter, which means it regulates brain and nerve cell activity by inhibiting the number of neurons firing in the brain. GABA is referred to as he “brain’s natural calming agent”, and by inhibiting over-stimulation of the brain, GABA may help promote relaxation and ease nervous tension.
GABA Tea is an essential element in nutritional treatment of Alcoholism, Attention Deficit Disorder, Dementia, Schizophrenia, and Stress. GABA Tea is very important for Parkinson’s Disease and Premenstrual Syndrome. Important for Anorexia Nervosa, Bulimia, Chronic Fatigue Syndrome, Fibromyalgia, Substance Abuse, Wilsons Disease and helpful for Depression and Obesity.
Studies have also shown that Gamma-Aminobutyric Acid supplementation increases the release of HGH. A minimum of 3-5 cups of GABA Tea per day should be consumed for optimum benefits.
|Nutrients in GABA Tea 100g|
|Current social environment and GABA|
In recent years, beginning with the detection of impersonation and imitation alchemy by meat manufacturers, supermarkets, and food processors, and the exorbitant amount of pesticides significantly exceeding the detectable threshold, along with the overall pollution increases in your geographic areas, it has become more important to seek good healthy alternative foods and drinks.
In this situation, the customer has a right to “safe and delicious food made available in peace,” without distraction marketing and confusing advertising. We are looking for, of course, more opportunities to use the body in favor and help to maintain health without worrying about taking too much calories from food and drinks. We are seeking to enjoy healthy lives.
The innovation of communications, in public, such as work or school, as well as modern people churning for financial gain keeps us chasing information and time in out of our life is a burdened of stress. GABA Tea replenishes and hydrates your body and soul!
|GABA major component of tea and its effects|
|γ-aminobutyric acid (GABA)||Hypertensive action / tranquilizers (relaxed) / liver kidney activity / anti-dementia etc|
|Alanine||Hangover Prevention / promote fat burning|
|Catechin||Antioxidant / anticancer / lowering blood cholesterol / blood glucose suppression / antibacterial / antiviral / anticaries / etc antiallergic|
|Theanine||Neurological function adjustments, etc|
|Vitamin E||Antioxidant / inhibitory, etc|
|Flavonoid||Strengthen blood vessel walls / deodorizing|
|Polysaccharide (polysaccharides)||Hyperglycemic inhibitory effects, etc|
|β-Carotene||Antioxidant / cancer inhibition, etc|
|Vitamin C||Antiscorbutic / antioxidant / flu prevention /enhancement of the immune system, etc|
|Caffeine||Central nervous excitation / anti-sleep / cardiac / diuretic / anti-asthma, etc|
|Comparison of GABA – components of Green Tea|
|Component name||GABA Tea||Green Tea|
|Compare major calorie foods containing GABA|
|GABA Tea||Zero cal|
|Soy sauce||71k cal/100g|
|Coffee beverage||38k cal/100g|
|Brown rice||350k cal/100g|
|Adjust soy milk||64k cal/100g|
|Sake (rice liquor)||89k cal/100g|
|GABA Tea Is Great For Your Health…|
Try All 12 Flavors! What have people said about GABA Tea?
For your health, GABA Tea is unparalleled. However, how does it taste and how does it make you feel? Here’s what People are saying about GABA Tea.
“Recently, I’ve been unable to sleep and the GABA really helps! …Thanks for turning me
on to it, really!” Greg, FL
“I’m fussy about tea. It is not just a health tea, I have made good tea with it, there’s no
astringent taste and I feel very good. I thought it would taste like vitamins, but it
tastes mild. I really love this tea.” Shiloh, AZ
“I like the fact that my blood pressure is now within the range my Doctor recommends.
It tastes pretty good too. I’m hooked!” Kevin, NJ
“I had heard about GABA from my neighbor. Her Son has Parkinson’s Disease and She
claims it really helps him. So, I tried it and I like it. It is lemony and sweet at the same
time. I didn’t know that it would help my constipation problem too. I’m so happy, we
made cookies and celebrated with some GABA Tea.” Wendy, CA
“I have been drinking GABA Tea from www.GABATeaShop.com for 3 months. Their
GABA Tea is the best one that I’ve tasted. My Herbologist told me about them and I
love their GABA Tea. I have been diagnosed with Bi-Polar Disorder and I have seen marked improvements – without the horrible medications! I didn’t know when I started that it would help me lose weight too.” Dave, MI
Green tea is the most widely consumed beverage. It has attained high reputation as a health-promoting dietary component ascribed to the antioxidant activity of (-)-epigallocatechin-3-gallate (EGCG), its main polyphenolic constituent. Evidence is increasing that tea constituents can be cell damaging and pro-oxidant themselves. These effects were suggested to be due to spontaneous H2O2 generation by polyphenols in solution. In the present study, we investigated the oxidant and antioxidant properties of green tea extracts (GTE) and of EGCG by means of the rodent macrophage-like RAW 264.7 and human promyelocytic leukemic HL60 cell lines.
The results obtained show that both under cell-free conditions and in the presence of cells the oxidant activities of GTE and EGCG exceeded those of spontaneously generated H2O2 (FOX assay). Increase of intracellular oxidative stress was indicated by 2′,7′-dichlorofluorescin probing, and the enhanced genotoxicity was demonstrated by the alkaline comet assay and by the micronucleus assay (cytokinesis block). Time- and dose-dependent induction of cell death was monitored by trypan blue exclusion, MTT assay, and Hoechst staining. Furthermore, in our systems in vitro, EGCG neither directly scavenges H2O2 nor mediates other antioxidant activities but rather increased H2O2-induced oxidative stress and DNA damage.
In conclusion, our data suggest that detailed mechanistic studies on the effects of GTE and EGCG should be performed in vivo before excessive intake and/or topical application of green tea products can be recommended to healthy and/or diseased persons.
GABA tea is a tea product that contains a high level of γ-aminobutyric acid (GABA). Previous study has demonstrated a synergistic effect of GABA tea and copper ions on DNA breakage. This study further explored whether zinc (Zn), a nonredox metal, modulated DNA cleavage induced by GABA tea extract. In a cell-free system, Zn(2+) significantly enhanced GABA tea extract and (-)-epigallocatechin-3-gallate (EGCG)- or H(2)O(2)-induced DNA damage at 24 h of incubation. Additionally, low dosages of GABA tea extract (1-10 μg/mL) possessed pro-oxidant activity to increase H(2)O(2)/Zn(2+)-induced DNA cleavage in a dose-dependent profile.
By use of various reactive oxygen scavengers, it was observed that glutathione, catalase, and potassium iodide effectively inhibited DNA degradation caused by the GABA tea extract/H(2)O(2)/Zn(2+) system. Moreover, the data showed that the GABA tea extract itself (0.5-5 mg/mL) could induce DNA cleavage in a long-term exposure (48 h). EGCG, but not the GABA tea extract, enhanced H(2)O(2)-induced DNA cleavage. In contrast, GABA decreased H(2)O(2)- and EGCG-induced DNA cleavage, suggesting that GABA might contribute the major effect on the antioxidant activity of GABA tea extract.
Furthermore, a comet assay revealed that GABA tea extract (0.25 mg/mL) and GABA had antioxidant activity on H(2)O(2)-induced DNA breakage in human peripheral lymphocytes. Taken together, these findings indicate that GABA tea has the potential of both pro-oxidant and antioxidant. It is proposed that a balance between EGCG-induced pro-oxidation and GABA-mediated antioxidation may occur in a complex mixture of GABA tea extract.
The oxidant and antioxidant roles of GABA tea in DNA damage were investigated in this study. DNA cleavage was observed by GABA-tea extract in the presence of copper ions. Comet assay revealed that combination of GABA-tea extract, but not pure GABA, and Cu(2+) is capable of oxidatively degrading cellular DNA in human peripheral lymphocytes. Using various reactive oxygen scavengers, we found that catalase and sodium azide effectively inhibited GABA-tea extract/Cu(II)-induced DNA degradation, suggesting the essential role of singlet oxygen and H(2)O(2) in the reaction. In addition, neocuproine inhibited the DNA degradation, confirming that Cu(I) is an intermediate in the DNA cleavage reaction.
Therefore, we speculate that GABA-tea extract/Cu(II)-induced DNA damage is probably mediated through the formation of H(2)O(2) and the reduction of copper. Furthermore, our data showed that GABA-tea extract was more genotoxic and pro-oxidant than its major catechin constituent, (-)-epigallocatechin-3-gallate (EGCG), leading to DNA cleavage in the presence of Cu(2+). These findings will provide implications for the potential of GABA-tea extract in anticancer property, which may involve copper ions and the consequent pro-oxidant action.
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