Green Tea has been a valued as healthful in Ayurveda for more than 4,000 years. A powerful antioxidant, green tea contains high concentrated levels of EGCG that neutralize toxic free radicals within the body. It also works to protect the DNA, regulate blood sugar levels, increase thermogenesis, and boost energy. Green Tea contains large amounts of polyphenols and a combination of different phytonutrients (polyphenols) which may offer numerous benefits including a boost to memory and cognition. Green tea, known as a companion adaptogen, is also good for detoxification and contains beneficial flavonoids and other natural phytochemicals that support cardiovascular, metabolic and immune health, protect against oxidative stress and support a healthy response to normal metabolic stress The flavonoids in green tea, contains over 4,000 compounds that help ward off free radicals and support overall health. Studies have found that green tea helps boost the growth of beneficial probiotics in the gut, and is therefore considered a prebiotic along with an antioxidant. Green tea has antifungal, antibacterial, and antiviral properties.