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Green Tea May Interfere With a Blood Pressure Medicine
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A small, early study found that green tea may interfere with the blood pressure medication nadolol (Corgard). Blood levels of the drug in those consuming three cups of green tea a day for 14 days were 76% lower than their water-drinking counterparts. Researchers say that ingredients in green tea may interfere with the medication's absorption in the intestine.

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