Green tea

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Last reviewed: 11.04.2020

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Green tea is produced from dried leaves of an evergreen Asian bush. It can be drunk or swallowed in the form of a pill or capsule with an extract of green tea. It includes numerous components that are supposed to have anti-cancer and antioxidant effects.

Green tea contains caffeine, but many extracts do not contain caffeine.

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Declared green tea effect

It is believed that green tea has a variety of health benefits; it is used to prevent cancer, weight loss, reduce serum lipids, prevent coronary artery disease, improve memory, relieve pain from osteoarthritis, treat the symptoms accompanying menopause. It is believed that the drug also contributes to an increase in life expectancy.

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Adverse effects of green tea

Adverse effects are associated with exposure to caffeine. These include insomnia, anxiety, tachycardia and mild tremor.

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