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Is White Tea really better than Green?

by Christine
(Washington DC)

I have read and researched white tea and research says that white tea has more antioxidants and is better for us than Green tea or black tea.

I am wondering if anyone has a specific story or situation where they were using green tea and switched to white tea and saw better results or improved conditions.

I am interested to know if any one noticed a difference when switching to white tea or if they had an ailment not improving with other teas that was affected by white tea?

It really almost seems to good to be true, so I am looking for some positive real life stories to support the theory.

Thanks in advance to everyone who shares their experience~!

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Apr 19, 2008
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Drinking Tea for the Long Term
by: Anonymous

Tea is not really medicine, and all the health benefits that are reported about teas, be they green or white, are long term effects. You can't realistically expect to feel improvement just after switching teas. But you may add a year or two to your life, or you may avoid a certain disease.

I don't think there has ever been conducted a large scale study on all the effects of white tea vs. green tea, but green tea does undoubtedly have beneficial effects. It stands to reason that white tea is even better.

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