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I. Black Tea Risk Considerations
What risks come with using supplemental black tea?
If you are consuming black tea in moderation, most researcher consider it to be generally safe for most people. However, if you decide to drink large amounts, that is say more than four or five cups a day, you may experience health problems. That’s mostly because of caffeine-related side effects.
Here a list of some things that have been noted in some people from overuse of black tea.
Anxiety and difficulty sleeping
Nausea and vomiting
Nervousness and restlessness
Ringing in the ears
It should be noted also that mixing black tea with other types of caffeine or other products called ephedra can be dangerous. Some of the problems that may result are things like jitteriness, increased blood pressure, heart rate changes, seizures, and passing out.
Black tea or black tea supplements may produce certain drug interactions, or things similar to drug interaction, with medicines and other supplements you are taking. Since medicines can cause caffeine to linger longer in your body, talk to your doctor and consider if the medicines you are taking may possibly have some negative effect. Remember the moderation rule.
The caffeine, which is found in black tea, may also affect some types of blood tests. Give your doctor a heads up if you drink a lot of black tea. That is if you are an immoderate drinker of it.