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Nettle Tea Caffeine
Green tea: Tea is derived from the camellia sinensis tree. The leaves contain antioxidant polyphenols. The linus pauling institute reported a study that suggested green tea can assist w glycemic control. Studies show that the polyphenols in green tea have an anti-carcinogenic effect as well as leading to a reduced heart disease death rate. Try decaffeinated tea because too much caffeine can cause problems. ...Read more
Zesta Green Teas: In trying to review zesta pure green tea ; zesta blended green teas - there were no notations that the products were decaffeinated. Normally it will be noted if the product has been decaffeinated. ...Read more
Green tea: Does contain caffeine, but less than in coffee. You can also get decaff green tea. If you are looking for the benefits of green tea rather than simply a nice drink, consider EGCG capsules from the health food store. They contain the beneficial ingredient in green tea. Peace and good health. White tea is even more beneficial. ...Read more
Green tea: Shouldn't but you can also get decaffienated green tea. ...Read more
No: Caffeine helps prevent dementia in the long run, excessive caffeine is not good - if you are vit B6 deficient the caffeine breaksdown in body to homocysteine which increases inflammation, so either you can increase your vit B6 intake or make up for caffeine by drinking 3 times the oz in water. Theophylline in tea is a stimulant people with irregular heartbeat need to watch the amount they drink.. ...Read more
Yes - more so with: Green tea extract. Overdose of green tea (usually extract) may lead to irritability, insomnia, irregular or rapid heart rate, muscle twitching, nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, abdominal cramps, liver damage, trouble breathing, dizziness, fever, confusion, hallucinations, diuresis, seizures, loss of consciousness ; even death. ...Read more
Depends: Depending on the reasons you cut back, yes probably. Congratulations. ...Read more
Is caffeine free tea an oky/healthy option for a two year old? Is there anything I should be concerned with?
How long does caffeine stay in your system? Drinking a cup of tea (61 mg caffeine) at 5PM -- will I be ok going to bed at 10PM.
Caffeine effect.: It only takes 45 minutes for 99% of the caffeine to be absorbed through these membranes. In humans, the half-life for caffeine is anywhere from 4 to 6 hours on average, which explains why the average energy drink or coffee's effect lasts about 4 to 6 hours. So should be fine to sleep at 10. every individual is different and variations may be there. ...Read more
I never tasted tea/coffee 4 40 years in my life. However IM recently using caffeine products on exercise days 2 exercise LONGER. What lld be ur opinion?
Caffeine and Exercis:
Let Wise Man within you ask:
• Reasons to exercise LONGER-to feel good about your appearance, to impress others, or to compete?
• Putting excessive pressure on yourself
• Harmful effects of Caffeine products
• Stomach upset
• Fast heartbeat
• Muscle tremors
• Breathing Relaxation
• Visual Imagery
• Therapy for Stress ...Read more
I wake up multiple times a night I have done the whole sleep routine, same sleep and wake time, dark cool room, no tv caffeine etc. Tried teas and mel?
Not the caffeine: Black tea is fermented (oxidized) & green tea has had minimal processing. Green tea has far more health benefits than black tea. ...Read more
Yes: It's fine.Get a more detailed answer ›
Green Tea: An 8 oz. Cup of green tea contains anywhere from 24-40mg of caffeine. An 8 oz. Cup of generic brewed coffee contains much more caffeine (95-200mg). If you are experiencing headaches, restlessness, anxiety, it may be from excessive caffeine intake and you may want to consider cutting back. For more info, visit: http://www. Mayoclinic. Com/health/caffeine/an01211. ...Read more
Can too much caffeine make you nauseous? (specifically, more than 1 cup of coffee & tea in a day.)
Possible: Coffee/tea can cause nausea as a stomach irritant-causing stomach upset. Some people are more sensitive to this effect than others, and food consumption before drinking coffee can have an effect on stomach-related symptoms. Both may contain caffeine that can raise blood pressure ; cause feelings of dizziness, heart palpitations ; stomach irritation. ...Read more
What other sources of caffeine are there other than black coffee and green tea? Any tastier alternatives?
No quick fix: At age 16 if one needs energy and a way to deal with anxiety, depression and hopelessness, one needs to seek good counsel not caffeine. A physician who will look at life style issues like sleep, exercise, stress management, exposure to passive smoke, and alcohol, and checks for low levels of vitamin d3, iron deficiency, low blood sugar, or low blood pressure may be able to help you. ...Read more
I read it's not good to drink alot of green tea, but also read it's good. Aside from caffeine, why is alot of green tea bad for the body?
Green Tea Effects:
Green Tea when taken long-term or in high-doses may cause side effects due to Caffeine.
• Sleep problems
• Green tea seems to reduce the absorption of iron from food
Enjoy Green Tea in small amount! ...Read more
A small green tea (black) and a small 1 milk from tim hortons is what I had today. Is that to much caffeine for one day? And will I gain weight?
Not on weight: A small tea has a very small amount of caffeine, usually less than 50 mg, and milk doesn't have any caffeine. This is not a large amount of caffeine. There are people who think that we should have no caffeine ever, at all. There is no scientific basis for that. Small amounts of caffeine do not appear to be harmful. The huge doses being hawked in 5 hour energy etc. May be harmful to some people. ...Read more