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Tea, Green, Camellia sinensis

Family:

Theaceae

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Medicinal Garden information:

Research shows that women who regularly consume tea appear to have a significantly lower risk of developing ovarian cancer

Research shows women who regularly consume tea, including black tea or green tea, appear to have a significantly lower risk of developing ovarian cancer.

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Research shows drinking green tea seems to decrease the size of lesions in patients with oral leukoplakia

Seems to decrease the size of lesions in patients with oral leukoplakia; Ingestion of green tea resulted in decreased levels of prostaglandin E2 (PGE2) in mucosa.

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