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Green tea is an economical beverage hence one reason why it is the most frequently consumed beverages in almost every part of the world. It is consumed abundantly at workplaces, home, and restaurants and is pretty affordable too. Green tea is made out of the bushes of Camellia sinensis. The lesser processed green tea contains more natural antioxidants, polyphenols, and other beneficial components as well.
Green tea is available in many flavors so its scent ranges from flora to fruity and swampy but the basic taste of green tea is bitter but artificial flavoring can sweeten it. Many people prefer sipping on green tea to kick start their mornings instead of starting the day with a cup of coffee. Excess caffeine can be harmful to the body, normal tea contains a good amount of caffeine and sipping on tea high in caffeine all day can cause digestives problems, high blood pressure, and even insomnia. The advantage of green tea is that no matter how much you consume it, it is pretty safe as it contains low amounts of caffeine. Other than this, green tea contains essential minerals like potassium and calcium helping your body build on the bone density.