Does all tea come from Camellia sinensis?

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asked Apr 4 in Other-Food Drink by Jeepmybeep (1,000 points)
Does all tea come from Camellia sinensis?

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answered Apr 6 by liana (19,380 points)
Yes all tea does come from Camellia sinensis.

Every tea that you make and drink whether it's black, oolong, green, white, or pu-erh tea comes from the Camellia sinensis plant.

Green Tea is the best tea to drink for heart health and clogged arteries as the green tea helps to lower bad cholesterol levels.

Other teas are good for your heart and clogged arteries as well such as black tea, ginger tea and rooibos tea.

The reason tea is good for your heart is because tea helps to reduce low-density lipoprotein, or LDL which is bad cholesterol in your arteries.

The tea reduces that bad cholesterol and prevents it from building up in your arteries which is why the tea is good for your heart.

Green Tea is a great source of antioxidants and is one of the healthiest teas to drink.

Green Tea while the healthiest of the teas is not the only healthy tea.

All teas available are healthy for you and contain antioxidants and nutrients and drinking tea daily can help flush out your kidneys.

Tea can help protect your kidneys, heart, and bladder and can also help lower your blood pressure and may even reduce your risk of cancer, heart disease, heart attack strokes etc.

Green Tea is very healthy for you to drink since it's loaded with antioxidants that help flush toxins out of your body.

Drinking green tea can promote good kidney health as well and prevent kidney disease when you drink green tea daily.

Drinking green tea daily can also improve your brain function, aid in fat loss, a lower your risk of developing cancer.

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