Green Tea, tincture - 4oz (118.3ml)
Common names: Green TeaPlant Description: This small evergreen shrub is cultivated in Ceylon, Java, Japan and elsewhere where climate allows. It can grow as high as 3m in the wild. The dark green lanceolate or elliptical leaves grow on short stalks. They are blunt at the apex, with a tapering base and serrate margins. The young leaves are hairy but turn glabrous as they mature. The flowers droop from short stalks. The fruit is a smooth, flattened, rounded, trigonous three-celled capsule with a solitary seed in each cell.
Dosage: Place 30 drops in 6 oz. of cold or hot water, as often as desired. Shake well before using.Cautions & Interactions: Do not use during pregnancy. Keep out of reach of children.
Efficacy Studies & Other Clinical Data:
- Environmental News Network
- nhibition of mammary gland carcinogenesis by green tea catechins...
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