Customer Service
+6016-4102048
+6016-4109048

La Herballe Headquarter
@ Sunway Carnival Mall
Level 2, 3068 Jalan Todak,
Pusat Bandar Seberang Jaya,
13700 Seberang Jaya,
Penang, Malaysia.
+6012-4259048

La Herballe
@ Krystal Point
303-01-30, Krystal Point 1,
Jalan Sultan Alan Shah,
Krystal Point Corporate Park,
11900 Bayan Lepas,
Penang, Malaysia.
+6012-9212672

La Herballe
@ Ola Herballe
160, Jalan Ampang,
55000 Kuala Lumpur,
Malaysia.
(Referral Programme,
Worldwide distribution)
+6016-4102048

La Herballe
@ Concorde Hotel,
level 3 (@Alammi Spa)
Jalan Tengku Ampuan
Zabedah C9/C,
40100 Shah Alam,
Selangor, Malaysia.
+603-55110200

La Herballe
@Section 7
:
3, Jalan Kristal AS7/AS,
Section 7,
40000 Shah Alam,
Selangor, Malaysia.
+603-5518 0975
info@hoteldeart.com.my

La Herballe
@ Section 19:

2, Jalan Nelayan D19/D,
Section 19,
40300 Shah Alam,
Selangor, Malaysia.
+603-5888 7090
info19@hoteldeart.com.my

La Herballe
@ Section 9:

26, Jalan Tengku
Ampuan Zabedah 9/G,
Section 9,
40100 Shah Alam,
Selangor, Malaysia.
+603-5888 7890
info9@hoteldeart.com.my

La Herballe
@ i-City:

19, Jalan Keluli 7/110,
Section 7,
40000 Shah Alam,
Selangor, Malaysia.
+603-5880 5588
info.icity@hoteldeart.com.my

La Herballe
@ USJ21

21, Jalan USJ21/6,
USJ 21,
47630 Subang Jaya,
Selangor, Malaysia.
+603-5888 9099
info.usj21@hoteldeart.com.my

Distributor

Hair & Beauty Unisex Salon

B2-13-2, Second Floor,
Space U8,
No. 6, Persiaran Pasak Bumi,
Bukit Jelutong,
40150 Shah Alam,
Selangor, Malaysia.
+603-5039 0379

COD (Cash on Delivery) Service:
Kuala Lumpur :
(Wangsa Maju &
KL Gateway Area)

No 9-3, 3rd Floor,
Jalan Wangsa Delima 5,
Seksyen 5, KLSC Wangsa Maju,
53300 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.
+6016-289 3154 (Puan Zu)

Penang Island:
(Queensbay Mall &
Bukit Jambul Area)

SKYCUBE RESIDENCE,
9, Lilitan Sungai Ara,
Sungai Ara, 11900
Bayan Lepas,
Penang, Malaysia.
+6017-475 1998 (Ms Fifie Asuka)

PUREZ Green Tea ( 30 sachet )

Previous 1 / 2 Next

PUREZ Green Tea ( 30 sachet )  Purez Green Tea La Purez & Richez
RM 270.00
In Stock


      Boost body immune system to help fight against bacteria and viruses. 
      Recommended for SKIN health

      Organic Imperial green tea from Japan
      Promotes overall health, recommended for people suffering from allergies, asthma, sinusitis, insomnia, high blood pressure, and other diseases.

Use in Treating and Preventing Infectious Diseases Academic Editor: Chedly Chouchani Published17 Jul 2018
Green tea is one of the most popular drinks consumed worldwide. Produced mainly in Asian countries from the leaves of the Camellia sinensis plant, the potential health benefits have been widely studied. Recently, researchers have studied the ability of green tea to eradicate infectious agents and the ability to actually prevent infections. The important components in green tea that show antimicrobial properties are the catechins. The four main catechins that occur in green tea are (-)-epicatechin (EC), (-)-epicatechin-3-gallate (ECG), (-)-epigallocatechin (EGC), and (-)-epigallocatechin-3-gallate (EGCG). Of these catechins, EGCG and EGC are found in the highest amounts in green tea and have been the subject of most of the studies. These catechins have been shown to demonstrate a variety of antimicrobial properties, both to organisms affected and in mechanisms used. Consumption of green tea has been shown to distribute these compounds and/or their metabolites throughout the body, which allows for not only the possibility of treatment of infections but also the prevention of infections. 1. Introduction Infectious diseases are a leading cause of morbidity and mortality worldwide. HIV/AIDS and malaria are among the top ten infectious diseases in the world; and the most common types of infections are respiratory tract and diarrheal diseases [1]. With the advent of antimicrobial agents in the mid-1900s came the hope that eradication of infectious diseases was close. Unfortunately, the microorganisms involved were able to become resistant to the antimicrobial agents, and that only made it harder to fight these organisms. Just in reference to US case.The CDC has estimated that each year more than two million people in the US suffer from antibiotic-resistant infections and that as many as 23,000 people die each year from these infections . This results in not only increased morbidity and mortality, but also increased healthcare costs, which can be a huge financial burden for many countries. A recent analysis of the medical costs from healthcare-associated infections (those infections acquired in a healthcare facility. Antimicrobial resistance issues continue to impact these costs. To help in the fight against infectious diseases, researchers are looking at the possibilities of using natural plant products, which could turn out to provide a tremendous cost savings in healthcare. One of the plants that is currently being widely studied is the tea plant, looking especially at green tea. Tea is one of the most commonly consumed beverages in the world, and green tea is becoming increasingly popular, accounting for around 20% of total global tea production. Tea is produced from the Camellia sinensis plant and is grown in over 30 countries. The best areas for growing tea plants are in specific tropical and subtropical regions. There are four main tea types produced: white, green, Oolong, and black tea. The type of tea is determined by how the tea leaves are processed, specifically by drying and fermentation methods. White tea is processed the least and uses very young leaves and leaf buds. Green tea is produced from more mature leaves with no fermentation. Oolong tea is produced by partially fermenting the leaves and black tea by fully fermenting the leaves . Green tea is most commonly consumed in China, Japan, and Korea. Black tea is most commonly consumed in the US and the UK . Green tea has been shown to have anticarcinogenic, anti-inflammatory, antimicrobial, and antioxidant properties and is beneficial in cardiovascular disease (CVD), diabetes and obesity, and neurologic and oral health. The anticarcinogenic properties include controlling cell proliferation, apoptosis and angiogenesis in tumor cells . Inflammation is a component of many conditions and diseases including aging, arthritis, cancer, CVD, diabetes, and obesity. The general anti-inflammatory properties of green tea include the ability to decrease the denaturation of proteins and increase the production of anti-inflammatory cytokines . Oxidative stress results from the damaging effects of reactive oxygen species (ROS). The antioxidant properties of green tea include the ability to limit the amount of free radicals by binding to ROS, upregulating basal levels of antioxidant enzymes, and increasing the activity of these antioxidant enzymes . The effects of green tea on CVD include the anti-inflammatory and antioxidant effects. #patentedgreenteajapan #boostimmunesystem
Please leave your enquiry here, we will reply as soon as possible.
Name*  
Company Name  
Product Interested  
Quantity  
Email*  
Contact No.*  
Ship to Name  
Shipping Address  
Messages*  
   

You have 0 items in you cart. Would you like to checkout now?
0 items
Switch to Mobile Version
Subscribe Newsletter
1
Hello! Thanks for visiting my site. Please press Start button to Contact with Admin :)

Start