• Green tea cut - weight loss, diabetes, cardiovascular


An aromatic, slightly bitter, astringent herb that stimulates the nervous system and has diuretic and bactericidal effects, Cardiotonic; Diuretic; anti-oxidant


·         May improve brain function.

·         Increases fat burning.

·         Antioxidants may lower the risk of some cancers.

·         May protect the brain from aging.

·         May reduce bad breath.

·         May help prevent type 2 diabetes.

·         May help prevent cardiovascular disease.


The leaves are infused in hot water and used as the drink that is commonly known as tea. It is widely drunk in many areas of the world.

Green tea is made from the steamed and dried leaves, while black tea (the form most commonly drunk in the west) is made from leaves that have been fermented and then dried.

Tea contains polyphenols, these are antioxidants that help to protect the body against heart diseases, stroke and cancer. Cold tea is sometimes used as a soaking liquid to flavor dried fruit and ham.


There are little to no known side effects or contraindications to drinking green tea for adults. However, the following risks or complications should be made clear:

  • Caffeine sensitivity – those with severe caffeine sensitivities could experience insomniaanxiety, irritability, nausea, or upset stomach.
  • Blood thinners – those taking blood thinners (anticoagulant drugs) such as Coumadin/warfarin should drink green tea with caution due to its vitamin K content. It’s also recommended to avoid green tea and aspirin, because they both reduce the clotting effectiveness of platelets.
  • Other stimulants – if taken with stimulant drugs, green tea could increase blood pressure and heart rate.

Green tea supplements contain high levels of active substances that can trigger side effects and interact with other herbs, supplements, 

Green tea cut - weight loss, diabetes, cardiovascular

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