Green tea isn’t your average cup of joe when it comes to long-lasting energy. Originating in China thousands of years ago, green tea’s popularity has spread throughout the world due to its overwhelmingly positive health and energy effects.
Tea is commonly known for its unique steeping, brewing, and serving. Like differences between coffees; water temperature, how long the tea is steeped, and the quality of the leaves, all play a role in its tastes. When green tea is included in ready-to-drink beverages, such as Boomerang, certain parts of the tea are typically used for an energy effect. Polyphenols - usually referred to as catechins - are commonly recognized as beneficial energy components of green tea.
One of the most noted benefits of green tea catechins is the long-lasting energy they provide when taken alongside caffeine. Green tea has four catechins molecules (epigallocatechin gallate (EGCG), epicatechin gallate, epicatechins, and flavanols). These green tea catechins are able to inhibit the COMT enzyme - which is involved in the degradation of certain neurotransmitters. By doing this green tea is able to increase the half-life of caffeine. This allows caffeine to provide longer, more effective stimulation at a lower dose. Rather than a crazy high followed by a crash, you can have consistent energy for a longer duration.
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