Have you ever tasted Agarwood Tea?
Agarwood Tea a popular name in South east asia,People drink agarwood tea to calm their mind, detoxify the body, promote weight loss and control blood sugar levels. Agarwood Tea gives you a power punch of surprising health benefits.
Agarwood tea is made from the leaves of Aquilaria, a protected tree species of the tropical forest. The leaves of Agar tree is finally crunched and powdered to make Agarwood tea.The potential benefits of Agarwood teas are
1) Agarwood tea has a vital impact on our mental health and it helps to nullify our mental stress and tension. It is claimed that the intake of Agarwood tea helps to get more sleep in the night.
2)Due to the presence of antioxidants such as Polyphenol and other valuable elements, it is a good drink for diabetic patients and controls your blood sugar level.
3)Antioxidants contained in Agarwood tea plays a vital role in skin beautification. It helps to halt skin aging process.
4)It acts as a good detoxifier and has the capability to remove toxic substance in our body.
5)Agarwood tea is a great source of flavonoids which may help in the fat burning process. Hence it is said to have a magical power to check weight under control.
6)Drinking a few cups of Agarwood tea helps to remove alcoholic content in the body and works very well for the hangover.
There are many potential benefits of drinking Agarwood tea. These are some among few. In short, I would say that Your health in Mug of Tea.
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I have. My teabook run by Jeffrey McIntosh at the time,commissioned a ripe puerh that had agar wood in the mix. I bought a sample pack. So delicious and a wood spice that goes forever. Mouth watering just thinking about it.
Do you have any scientific studies to back up any of those claims?
I would like to see a scientific study for this too or I assume it is all horse manure. Another way to part me from my money. I don’t need more of those.
Unfortunately you have to purchase the article in order to read more than the abstract. I am not interested enough to purchase articles on potential scientific studies. If they are available for free that is a different story.
Ok, so I read the paper from lower in the thread and here some some highlights (taken directly word-for-word from the study)
The constituents in agarwood include epoxychromones and syringaresinol,8 sesquiterpenoids and their oxygenated derivatives,9 3-phenyl-2-butanone, alpha-guaiene, alpha-agarofuran, beta-agarofuran,10 kusunol[11,12] as well as agarospirol and jinkoh-eremol.[10,11,12]
In both assays, AEO caused similar trend of reduction in cell number after 24 h of exposure. More than 50% cell kill was observed when cells were treated with 0.2 mg/ml AEO suggesting that AEO may have cytotoxic activity (see cell viability). Nevertheless, the reduction of cell number seen in the cell viability study could also be a cumulative effect of AEO as anti-attachment agent (preventing cells to attach to substrate and or causing cells to detach from substrate). Taken together, the observed cumulative effect is particularly interesting for the development of anticancer treatment or prevention at pre-metastatic level.
In conclusion, based on the simple screening procedures (cell viability assay and cell attachment assay) as well as cytotoxicity assay (SRB assay), AEO was observed to possess anticancer activity towards MCF-7 breast cancer cells. The findings offer evidence to further support the traditional uses of AEO to treat inflammatory related diseases. As such, this warrants further research to investigate the mechanism of actions of the AEO for better understanding and positioning of the essential oil as potential remedy for cancer
Now, while some anti-cancer activity was found in this paper, I’d like to point out that ingesting agarwood as a beverage or medicine is completely different from dissolving it in a buffer and putting it on top of cell culture in-vitro. We don’t know that the compounds in agarwood would survive the digestive process, be taken up by the body, be circulated in the blood, or be taken into tissue. The study only shows that it inhibits some cancer cells in a tissue culture in a petri dish. This is not the same as inside the body. The tissue culture is pure cells and has no blood or bodily fluids (ie no proteins or enzymes that could interefere with its activity). It also is not affected by the conditions in the body (temperature, pH, salinity). This study shows promise for the concept, however without further research on live animals, there isn’t any support for agarwood having anti-cancer properties when ingested.
Interesting and your point is very good. Big difference to what it does in a petri dish and what it does when drank as a tea in the human body.
Interesting. I’d like to try it. Would you send out free samples?
I know nothing of agarwood tea but this looks like an interested read. https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC4080497/
I notice that you claim Agarwood tea will remove alcohol from the body. I seriously doubt this claim. Unless you have tested this claim using a breathalyzer I think this is nonsense. The only thing sure to remove alcohol from the body is time.
Looking interested.Will definitely try it.
Hurray! we finally have a perfect cup of tea. all 6 points are highly demanded on market and ranked in top levels of searching key words.
It’s just the best drink for everybody, like a “life water” .
Sorry, I’m not a chemist , but looking at all those curves , milligrams, micro-grams , % etc. I believe other scientist would prove you that you can get the same from some vegetable salad with extra olives on top , or something. But anyway, good marketing , I should write something like that about our shu puer….by the way, that works on hang over,…I tried my self. :-)
It seems to me that the original poster of this thread has not responded to any questions or am I just somehow missing his response. Perhaps he thinks that he can post his website name on Steepster and magically gather sales. It is not that easy to sell tea to people on Steepster as post a website.
I was curious if you have some samples of your product you could send out?