Green Tea Leaf

Green tea is produced from the plant called Camellia sinensis. It has some health effects. People often make an "extract" from the leaves to use it as medicine, sample HydroxyCut, look more in Sonobello Reviews. Generally speaking, green tea improves thinking and mental alertness. It helps to lose weight and treats stomach disorders, diarrhea, vomiting, headaches, solid tumor cancers, and bone loss (osteoporosis).
Some individuals use green tea leaf to prevent different types of cancer, including prostate cancer, breast cancer, solid tumor cancers, colon cancer, gastric cancer, lung cancer, and skin cancer. Some women use green tea leaf to get rid of papilloma virus (HPV), which results in the growth of abnormal cells in the cervix (cervical dysplasia), genital warts, and cervical cancer.
Green tea leaf shows effectiveness in the treatment of Crohn's disease, diseases of the heart and blood vessels, Parkinson's disease, diabetes, chronic fatigue syndrome (CFS), low blood pressure, dental cavities (caries), skin damage and kidney stones.
Polyphenols contained in green tea can prevent swelling and inflammation, lessen joint degeneration and protect cartilage between the bones. They kill human papilloma virus (HPV) and prevent abnormal cells in the cervix from growing.

Green tea leaf is safe for most adults and children. Sometimes it can cause constipation and stomach upset. Green tea extracts can cause liver problems if used for a long period of time. Drinking more than five cups of green tea per day might be unsafe because of the caffeine. Possible side effects include nervousness, headache, sleep problems, diarrhea, vomiting, irritability, tremor, irregular heartbeat, heartburn, ringing in the ears, dizziness, confusion and convulsions.
Green tea leaf decreases the absorption of iron. Drinking too much of green tea can be fatal (10-14 grams of caffeine in green tea). Serious toxicity can also occur. However, caffeine is safe in children if taken in amounts found in foods. Pregnant and breast-feeding women are advised to drink green tea in small amounts only (no more than 2 cups a day). It's about 200 mg of caffeine. More caffeine can increase the risk of negative effects on infant including miscarriage. Caffeine can be found in breast milk so it's advised to drink a small amount of green tea.