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    Study: 3 Cups Black Tea a Day Lowered Blood Pressure
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    Haylen_WebMD_Staff posted:
    Interesting! Are you a tea drinker? I'm going to see if my husband would embrace black tea on his quest to lower his BP and get off meds.

    Haylen
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    Bobwbiafa responded:
    What about green tea?
     
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    Haylen_WebMD_Staff replied to Bobwbiafa's response:
    Here's some information about green tea:

    Health Benefits of Green Tea : Experts explain green tea's potential benefits for everything from fighting cancer to helping your heart.

    There are limited studies about green tea's role in heart health but the information in the article (click link above) is interesting.

    Haylen


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