That's interesting, reminding me that not everyone responds the same to foods or meds. I looked over a few posts on the topic. You might find this one interesting:
http://www.amazing-green-tea.com/green- … rders.html
Check the ingredient used in your green tea or if possible shift to Detox tea, which have other health benefits as well
by Wesman Todd Shaw 7 years ago
Why do I sometimes get sick to my stomach after drinking green tea??
by taylorsweets 6 years ago
I have just started drinking green tea and have a few questions. How safe is it to lose weight? Can it lower blood sugar levels? When is it a best time to drink it?
by longjing tea 3 years ago
Tea called " the king drink in the east " is one of the famous kinds of drink in the world.After analysing, the chinese green tea contains about 400 elements such as the caffeine, tea polyphenol, protein, carbohydrate and so on.Modern research find that often drinking tea can make people...
by JR Krishna 5 years ago
Drinking green tea; Will it cause constipation?One of my friends who takes green tea regularly morning and evening says that her urine is concentrated and she developed constipation. But she is not sure whether it is because of green tea. Any thoughts?
by Gmsch210 18 months ago
I started drinking green tea and I am finding smal red itchy bumps on my arms and legs.Any suggestions to reduce the interaction or another kind of tea to help with weight?
by Comfort Babatola 6 years ago
Does anyone know of any negative effect of drinking Green Tea?Whether it's a rumor or not, I've heard that Green tea has been associated with the thickening of the blood which will have to be treated with a blood thinner type of medication. Does that mean that too much Green Tea can be bad for...
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