• Green tea is made from the dried leaves of the same plant (Camellia sinensis) as traditional tea, an evergreen shrub native to Asia. However, traditional tea leaves are fermented, and green tea leaves are steamed but unfermented. Green tea may be brewed and drunk or ingested in extracted tablet or capsule form. It has multiple components that are thought to have antioxidant and anticancer effects. Green tea contains polyphenols and catechins as well as caffeine, but green tea is known to have lower amounts of caffeine than coffee, and many extracts have been decaffeinated.
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