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Introduction Tea is a beverage that is second most consumed beverage around the world((Lambert, 2013)) and has a long history that goes along with it. The four main types of tea are green, black, white and oolong tea, which defers in the way they are processed. These teas are produced from the same plant, Camellia sinensis, which originated from China. Tea plant leaves are murky green pre-harvest with notched edges. The Camellia also has flowers that are white with yellow stamens.
Green tea is currently considered a source of dietary constituents capable with biological and pharmacological activities for human health. The extracts prepared from leaves to be used as medicine. The present study provides the information on the antibacterial and antioxidant importance of green tea varieties. Many therapeutic values of green tea has been explored including lowering body temperature, blood purification, aiding digestion, strengthening teeth and boons, boost immune system, suppress aging, lower the blood sugar levels and enhance the heart functions. Essential and non essential trace metals in fruits and vegetables may decrease the chronic diseases such as cancer and cardiovascular diseases .