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7 Medicinally Beneficial Tea Brews

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The health benefits of herbal and even caffeinated teas have been long touted as medicinally beneficial.  Not only can a warm steeped mug prevent all sorts of diseases (i.e., heart attack and stroke, obesity, diabetes, and certain cancers), having a collection of the following eight teas on hand can prevent depression, improve memory, and even protect teeth and bone health…

1. Green Tea

There is little doubt of the super prowess of the green brew, which is why this tea is the most widely consumed beverage around the globe world (second only to water). Since green tea is made from unfermented tea leaves, scientists at the University of Maryland Medical Center crown it as the brew with the most potent concentration of polyphenol antioxidants, which fight free radicals, damage DNA, and cause aging, cancer, and stroke, heart disease.

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