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Are there any regular drinkers on here?

What health benefits have you noticed since your consumption started?

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White tea >>> Green tea

I don't know about health benefits, you're talking to people who have been alive for like 25-30 years, how the f*ck can we really call it? I feel refreshed and it mixes nicely with peppermint.

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Oh and sometimes it makes me levitate briefly during farts.

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White tea >>> Green tea

I don't know about health benefits, you're talking to people who have been alive for like 25-30 years, how the f*ck can we really call it? I feel refreshed and it mixes nicely with peppermint.

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Green tea appears to have heightened my metabolism, keeping a brother lean same with my mum and others I know to drink it, could just be a placebo effect tbh

Main thing is it is claimed to contain anti oxidants which repress the reproduction of damaged cells,

Personally, I generally feel more lively regularly drinking green tea, alongside my other things like taking my cod liver oil, vitamins, folic acid, eating organic foods etc.

Oh yeah and I drink aloe vera, like buy the plant, scrape the sap out from the inside, blend slow heat and bottle, a couple tablespoons a day, very potent stuff

Off topic but its a similar concept

Live healthy ppl

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Health Benefits: The health benefits from Green Tea are primarily due to its anti oxidizing properties which come from its Caffeine, Catechin Polyphenols and Theonine. These health benefits can be listed as under;

  • Anti Ageing: The free radicals created in body are responsible for corroding the body, i.e. for ageing and the related symptoms. The main job of anti oxidants is to neutralize the oxidants or free radicals present in the body and green tea is very rich in anti oxidants. The Catechin Polyphenols present in green tea are mainly responsible for the anti oxidizing effects, the most powerful among them being the Epigallocatechin Gallate. Thus, regular consumption of green tea can effectively delay symptoms of ageing.
  • Stimulating: The main reason behind acceptance of any kind of tea, be it green, black or Wwwhe, by human civilizations and its popularity, is its stimulating effect. This effect, again, is due to the Caffeine and Tannins present in it. Caffeine & Tannins, despite their adverse effects on health in the long run, are very good as stimulants. That is why; a cup of tea makes you feel fresh and highly energized. Tea is ideal to counter fatigue, laziness, sleepiness and lack of energy and to improve blood circulation. No doubt it is so popular with any kind of professionals, housewives and students.
  • Immunity Boosting: Researches show that people who regularly drink green tea do not fall prey to common bacterial and viral infections easily, and even if they do, it is far less frequently than those not consuming it. The message is clear. Green Tea boosts immunity. The Catechins present in green tea prevent bacterial and virus from attaching themselves to cell walls and thus infecting them. These Catechins also counter the toxins released by microbes. This anti microbial property also protects from bad breathe, dysentery, diarrhoea, tooth decay, indigestion, flu, cough & cold, colitis etc. which are caused by microbial & fungal action.
  • Astringency: This is yet another benefit from green tea. It triggers contraction in muscles and tissues and tones up muscles and skin. Even if you do not wish to drink green tea, a mere mouthwash with this daily will cause sufficient contraction in gums to keep them firm and tight on teeth and thus prevent loosening and falling of teeth for long. Wash your hair with it and see them grow stronger each day.
  • Anti Carcinogenic: Apart from ageing, free radicals are also responsible for causing certain types ofcancer. The Catechins present in green tea neutralize these free radicals, prevent formation of carcinogens like nitrosamines and reduce the chances of cancer. Green tea is now being clinically used in prevention of cancer, particularly those pertaining to colon, rectum, pancreas and intestines.
  • Reducing Cholesterol: Green tea has been seen effective in reducing cholesterol level to some extent, probably due to its alkaline nature.
  • Cardiac & Arterial Health: Certain components in green tea prevents thickening of blood, thereby reducing chances of Arterial Sclerosis, Thrombosis, Cardiac and Cerebral Strokes etc.
  • Anti Diabetic: If not taken with sugar, the alkaline nature of green tea helps reduce the blood glucose level. Moreover, the anti oxidizing and astringent nature of its constituents ensure good health and better functioning of pancreas and thereby better secretion of insulin and resultant better decomposing and absorption of sugar. This helps keep diabetes away.
  • Weight Loss: You believe it or not, but green tea also helps lose weight by enhancing rate of metabolism and thereby faster consumption of fat storage of the body. Recently green tea has replaced other beverages in the webstern world as its helps in weight loss. Drink a cup full of green tea in the morning and you are sure to lose a few pounds of excess weight.
  • Stamina & Endurance Booster: You can prove this yourself. Just have a cup of hot green tea after rigorousexercise and within no time you will be ready for a few more sets. Further, it effectively counters muscular pain due to over exercise of muscles. Haven’t seen any athlete taking this? You must visit Japan & China then, where it is a popular drink among practitioners of Martial Arts.
  • De intoxicating: Green tea is the best cure to get rid of hangovers and fatigue caused by consumption of alcoholic beverages and lack of sleep due to late night parties. A big glass of green tea with lemon, and lo, feels as if there was no hangover at all. Green tea with Lemon juice is a very good and popular remedy to cut effect of alcohols effect instantly


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i drink green tea daily, i prefer it to english tea and coffee, it feels much lighter and it feels like it hydrates me more.

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f*ck the neggerz

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Im trying to swap my coffees for green tea, hoping to feel brighter and speed up my mowtab.

My Nan made me drink aloe vera as a child, I used to cry.

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It's bitter as hell

But good for circulation and immune defence, no colds since 2010

Lord knows I need that ish

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I don't drink green tea nearly as much as I should, need to start substituting it for my normal english tea.

I take aloe vera, you can buy concentrate from holland & barratt, doesn't taste bad at all.

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There is a huge thread in the gym room about this.

Have one every day and most major brands have a Green Tea flavour with something, I have the one with Lemon.

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bottled green tea and whiskey

not really healthy but will get u mad waved

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i drink a green tea daily, in fact *looks down* im sipping on some as i type this now

i use it to fight those free radicals and promote immortality

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di drink for di fattys

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porridge and banana in the morning consumed with di green tea

not all the time but i swear when i manage to have this breakfast i feel so good for the rest of the day

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di drink for di fattys

kuol bro

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I been drinking twinnings vanila/honey green tea and i still get the odd spot here and there, still get b.o when I sweat, still get the vinegar smell from my feet when i aint had a bath for few days, hair still has flakes coming from it when you pat my head...

About it does you goood...

OK MATE

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If you smell like b.o. chances are your clothes are dirty or your armpits already had old sweat resting and then you woke it all up with fresh sweat. If you don't wash for a few days then your a skank and your feet will smell. You have dandruff, resolve the problem.

Tulse?

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If you smell like b.o. chances are your clothes are dirty or your armpits already had old sweat resting and then you woke it all up with fresh sweat. If you don't wash for a few days then your a skank and your feet will smell. You have dandruff, resolve the problem.

Tulse?

Yeah mate,

I got the avedda dandruf and scalp treatement

paid £50 for two bottles and still no luck.

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Getting 0 all over f*cked my skin up no i've got it long, small rat tails at the back.

need to caress that scalp.

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di sucessfool traoll

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will try and drink regularly starting tomorrow

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the way europeans/westerners just jump on fads from the older, more earthly cultures is so funny.

oprah, some other celeb, or their daily tabloid just needs to say "hey i drank this and now look like this"

then all of them rush to it like sheep, including the scientists

6 months later they're onto another one

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mum bought di peppermint samting today

this sh*t is smoot

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