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Side Effect Of Lemon Tea
I don't: Know of any proven benefits of lemon tea during your periods, but it won't hurt you. If you enjoy it then go ahead and drink it. ...Read more
Lemon Balm Extract?: Maybe you mean lemon balm extract? It is usually well tolerated, but some people may have hypersensitivity responses including contact dermatitis, local reddening, burning sensation, etc. A preclinical study showed that some constituents of lemon balm may block activity of TSH by acting on it and on thyroid hormone receptors. It's hard to interpret studies b/c they're of combination products. ...Read more
Do something else...: Do something else with your valuable time and boundless curiosity. All smoke has toxic side effects because smoke is the byproduct of burning. Toxic chemicals are produced when something burns. ...Read more
Possibly: Green tea has many health benefits. It does have some caffeine so you may have some jitters and fast heart beat if you drink a lot of it. It is best not to drink it at bedtime. Also you need to check with your doctor if you are on medications as it can have interactions with some medications like coumadin (warfarin). ...Read more
Doubt it: Excessive anything is not good. But shouldn't affect liver. ...Read more
Its safe to drink chamomile tea any dangerous side effect how many times should I drink chamomile tea?
Always in moderation: Chamomile has a calming/relaxing effect.Get a more detailed answer ›
NO: Lemon juice does no harm but it may not be doing any good either. Why do you use it to begin with? ...Read more
Is that good to consume green tea three times a day to control blood sugar? What about the side effect for my kidneys?
Is Lemon cucumber mint n ginger water safe to drink everyday? Any side effect? I mixed with 1.2L water n finish it up the whole day.
Sounds safe.: These are all reasonable ingredients. 1.2 L of water is a good intake. ...Read more
I have sinus. Can I have lemon water in the morning to reduce fat? Is there any side effect on long term like migraine.
No: Just watch your teeth from the acidic lemons water.. ...Read more
None.: Green tea powder is a potent anti-oxidant and will not interfere with pravastatin or diltiazem. ...Read more
No: Simple kidney cysts are more common as people age: ~25% people age 40 and 50% of people >age 50 years have simple kidney cysts. Most cysts are found during imaging tests done for other reasons and usually cause no symptoms or harm to the kidneys. No rx needed. Eating, diet, and nutrition have not been shown to play any role in causing, preventing, or treating simple kidney cysts. ...Read more
Yes: Honey, and tea for that matter, are good for just about anything. Honey and lemon tea are not particularly famous for helping upset stomachs. If you have a stomach ulcer, some people argue that tea or lemon could be bothersome but that's not proven. Ginger tea is an ancient chinese and proven way to alleviate stomach upset. Be sure you have a diagnosis of why your stomach is acting up. ...Read more
Probably not: There is nothing in lemon grass tea which is harmful even in excess quantities. None of the "health benefits" attributed to this tea have been shown to be true, but it is a refreshing and tasty drink. ...Read more
Tastes great: Don't expect any obvious favorable or unfavorable health effects. I've had the stuff and like it. Everything has a complicated mix of biomolecules that can be listed by folks claiming something is a "superfood". If you're health-conscious, nothing you can eat and no pill you can take will do you so much benefit as simply staying physically fit. ...Read more
Is it okay to drink a different type of tea everyday, like green tea one day, and lemon tea the next?
Nice variety: Varying your teas adds spice to your dietary life and certainly has no negative health implications. ...Read more
I have been super queezy and found a lemon ginger tea, but it contains roasted chicory. Should I avoid it. It's by Celestial Seasoning.
Hi there!! My stomache hurts after I have taken a lemon tea or ate a raw honey. I would be glad for your colourful help related to this problem.
These are highly: Unusual symptoms. The black and white answer is to avoid the foods that cause you concern. The rainbow approach will be to see a gastroenterologist for evaluation and scoping of your esophagus and stomach. Don't be Blue about it I am certain you will be back in the pink soon! ...Read more
Probably: As is often the case, formal research hasn't been done to answer this definitively, but it's likely ginger would be beneficial for ulcers, as it reduces inflammation, has anti-microbial properties & may help kill h. Pylori, the bacteria that often causes ulcers. In general it has a soothing effect on the GI tract. However, it may be irritating for some people. Try it; if it doesn't hurt then continue. ...Read more
Yes: It shouldn't be a problem if used in moderation. Lemon balm is very mild. ...Read more
Lemon tea/ Throat: Lemon tea, warm water, cool water or any other tea helps with throat clearing, presuming that it it the result of thickened mucus in that location. The point is to stay hydrated, which helps thin mucus and keep it moving smoothly and discretely down the throat. This limits the reflex to clear your throat. ...Read more
Yes in moderation: As with many things in life, it is okay in moderation. If you follow the directions on the container you should be fine. I do not know of any studies showing lemon green tea helps to conceive however. I would recommend getting a physical from your obstetrician or family physician if you are having difficulty conceiving. ...Read more