Is green tea good for stomach ulcer?
I can't tolerate normal tea because of ulcer. However I do miss having tea. Can I drink green tea?
Green tea is "normal" tea. Black, green, white, and oolong teas are all made from the same "tea" plant. The differences are a matter of preparation and processing. If you cannot tolerate "normal" tea (you are probably thinking black?) then I doubt you will be able to tolerate green either, as it is largely the same beverage, only differently prepared.
I would suggest trying herbal teas, which do not contain any of the tea leaf of true tea. Peppermint and chamomile teas are pleasant and soothing, known for aiding in inflammation and digestive pain.
Less stress is the best antidote for a stomach ulcer; of course you know that. Try meditaton(or learn meditation) and concentrate positively on your body's condition. if you you believe in divine healing this is the ultimate good for your condition. I love tea and hope you can return to your enjoyment of it.
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