Disclosed on C-tea  Extract

"Anything in excess results

in a negative outcome".

 

"Everything must be in moderation".

 

Disclosure  for Person Under Medication, Sickness, pregnant woman, and with poor Condition

People who are on medication or suffering from ailments, sickness, pregnant women, or with a poor medical condition are advised to seek medical advice first before taking C-Tea.

 

We encourage you to talk to your healthcare providers (doctor, registered dietitian, pharmacist, etc.) about your interest in, questions about, or use of dietary supplements, and what may be best for your overall health.

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No therapeutic claim

"Green Tea is safe to consume in moderate amounts". 

WARNING!
Disclosing Risks

Side Effects of Green Tea

 

More than 6 cups of green tea daily can cause sleeplessness, irregular heartbeat, diarrhea, vomiting, dizziness, headaches, and loss of appetite

STOMACH IRRITATION:

Green Tea can cause stomach irritation if it’s brewed too strongly or consumed on an empty stomach. This is because green tea increases acid in the stomach. To avoid this side effect, drink green tea during or after meal.

 

LIVER ISSUES:

Drinking more than 5 cups of green tea each day may lead to liver damage due to the presence of caffeine. However, C-tea base on its chemical analysis does not contain caffeine.

 

ANEMIA:

Compounds in green tea may hinder the uptake of iron-particularly for people who suffer from anemia. Drink green tea one hour after a meal or add a slice of lemon to avoid this side effect. The lemon contains vitamin C, which helps the body absorb more iron.

 

HEADACHES:

Green tea contains caffeine, which may cause headaches in people who are sensitive to caffeine. Drink in mild amounts or avoid it entirely if you suffer from chronic headaches or migraine. However, C-tea base on its chemical analysis does not contain caffeine.

 

BONE ISSUES:

Compounds in green tea inhibit the absorption of calcium. Limit your intake to 2 to 3 cups of green tea if you are predisposed to bone disease.