Yes! One more property! Green tea does not stop scoring points in its large list of diseases that it is able to combat. According to a recent study conducted at the University of Barcelona, it would also be good to combat genital warts.
Green tea does not stop in its particular “struggle” to continue adding properties to its credit. It is clear, he never raised it, but the people, grateful. It is that it already goes far beyond the benefits that are usually applied to it and more and more are the qualities that are discovered. In this case, it could also be good to fight against problems of a sexual nature.
According to a research recently conducted at the University of Barcelona, where new treatments for human papilloma virus (also known as genital warts) are suggested, the catechins present in green tea could be very auspicious in order to combat this problem .
How is this? Those responsible for the study recommended consuming catechins to fight against the spread of HPV or genital warts, specifically mentioning green tea, Camellia Sinensis (its plant of origin) and especially the immeasurable Epigallocatequin Galate, much better known as EGCG, the main antioxidant substance that contains green tea.
The EGCG would be neither more nor less than responsible to inhibit the cell cycle that makes the HPV can spread and follow its course. In addition, it would also help by activating an immune cell response. Apparently, not only consuming green tea would enjoy these benefits, but also using drugs for HPV containing catechins, which are of various brands.
The Human Papilloma Virus can also be combated with green tea catechins
On the other hand, it was reported from the study that the effects of this substance are not chemically evident until just after the third week, in addition to that the treatment begins to be much more effective only after six weeks. So it’s a matter of trying and seeing how it works.
Undoubtedly, this property of Lu Shan Yun Wu Green Tea adds to the already abundant benefits of this drink, which seems that it will never stop giving its fruits in the form of steaming and delicate infusion.