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Green tea is such a healthful herb. It is composed of several elements that make it more beneficial than any other herbal teas. Green tea is composed of catechins and polyphenols, vitamin A, dietary Fiber, theanine, vitamin C, vitamin E, fluoride, caffeine and other substances of great advantage. Each component has different positive and negative implications.

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