It’s a question that’s always been asked by people on a quest for the perfect cup of tea.
It’s also one that we can’t really answer.
We can’t make tea for people who don’t drink tea.
What is tea?
Tea is a green tea extract with a high glycemic index.
The name tea is derived from the Greek words for ‘flower’, meaning ‘beautiful’ and ‘tea’.
The plant originates in China and is grown in tea plantations in Southeast Asia, South America and Africa.
It was traditionally used to treat and treat illnesses.
Tea is one of the most popular dietary supplements and is now widely available.
It can be purchased in capsule, powder, capsule and tea bag.
Tea can also be made into tea drinks or tea infusions.
How much tea is safe?
Tea should be taken with food, water and in moderation.
Drinking too much tea can cause nausea, vomiting and diarrhoea.
Tea should not be consumed if you have: heart disease, high blood pressure, diabetes, high cholesterol, asthma, high risk of kidney disease, stroke or if you’re allergic to tea.
What is the health risk of tea?
Drinking tea with food can increase the risk of stomach ulcers, nausea, headaches and stomach ulcer infections.
Drinking tea in large amounts can increase your risk of heart disease and stroke.
Drinking lots of tea can increase blood pressure.
Drinking a lot of tea in excess can increase levels of the inflammatory marker c-reactive protein, which is linked to the development of cardiovascular diseases.
Drinking high amounts of tea or tea drinks with foods can increase risks of liver and kidney damage.
Drinking more than recommended amounts of green tea can lead to a type of heart attack called an arrhythmia, or sudden cardiac arrest.
Drinking enough tea is linked with strokes and heart attacks.
Is tea safe to drink?
Tea can be harmful to your health.
Drinking the same amount of tea as a person drinking tea with meals or drinks is considered safe, but drinking more tea can be risky.
Drinking green tea in small quantities can cause diarrhoeas and nausea.
Drinking large amounts of coffee can lead it to cause shortness of breath.
Drinking hot tea can trigger stomach cramps and cause nausea.
If you drink too much green tea, you may feel sick or dizzy, or you may not feel like doing anything.
Drinking in moderation is also important.
Drinking up to four cups of tea a day can help you manage stress.
If you are taking medication for any medical condition, you should avoid tea and drink it in moderation to reduce your risk.
Can tea help treat or prevent heart disease?
Tea may help people with heart disease or stroke.
Tea contains antioxidants and can help reduce inflammation in the blood, and can be helpful in treating certain types of heart diseases.
Tea also may reduce the risk for certain cancers, including lung cancer, breast cancer and colorectal cancer.
The research is limited and is based on observational studies.
It does not show that tea is a proven cancer prevention tool.
Tea products also contain some herbal extracts that are thought to help treat certain types and severity of arthritis, rheumatoid arthritis, osteoarthritis and psoriasis.
Where can I find more information about tea?
The health information on this site is intended to be general, but is not intended to exclude or limit your individual circumstances, including your lifestyle choices and medical history.
The information is not medically-based and does not take into account your specific medical conditions, symptoms, or medications you may be taking.
Please check with your doctor before deciding whether or not to use this information to make an informed decision about tea.