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What to do if I have arizona tea would that be good since it has antioxidants and vitamin c?

Depends. Some of the teas have as much as 5 or more teaspoons of sugar in 8 oz. So if you drink a 20 oz bottle you are getting more than 12 teaspoons of sugar. If you want health benefits try the unsweetened ones. Read more...

How can I avoid and treat vitamin C toxicity? Is green tea effective for treating vitamin C toxicity?

Vitamin C. There is no scientific evidence that large amounts of vitamin C (up to 10 grams/day in adults) exert any adverse or toxic effects. An upper level of 2 grams/day is recommended in order to prevent some adults from experiencing diarrhea and gastrointestinal disturbances. To treat "toxicity"??? stop taking supplements. It should be urinated out quickly. Read more...

Any home remedies for "inducing" a period and making it come earlier than scheduled? Rumored: extra vitamin c, green tea, ginger, masturbation?

See answer. Scientific backing for claims that certain herbs and foods can induce a period is lacking; however, there is plenty of anecdotal evidence and folk wisdom suggesting that some foods can help start a late period naturally: vit c, ginger tea, parsley, celery, black cohosh, motherwort, dong quai, white peony, etc. Keep in mind that all herbs carry some risk with use and can interact with medications. Read more...

Tea tree oil vs vitamin E vs vitamin c. Which one is best for acne scarring?

Depends how you use . I'm guessing you're asking about topical application of all of those things. First i would consider making sure that you're taking some supplements internally, such as omegas, vitamin d, and beta carotene, they help heal skin from inside out. Tea tree oil will help heal infected skin. Vitamin e moisturizes skin, and vitamin c helps add antioxidants to skin, which may reduce scarring. Read more...

Can daily doses of vitamin c, selenium, & folic acid improve the body's defenses against hpv? What about a decaffeinated green tea extract supplement?

I doubt it. Claims that particular vitamins / minerals "strengthen the immune system" are created by advertisers with little or no real science. Anyone who believes miracle claims for decaffeinated green tea is reading uncritically. I hope you will manage hpv scientifically; it's a real danger to life if ignored but can almost always be dealt with by today's evidence-based medicine. Thanks for asking. Read more...