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LBS
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I am looking for a decaffeinated Green Tea. I read on Dr. B that must be decaf.

Any suggestions from you tea drinkers?

Also, should you drink green tea 2 hours from abx?

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I have Celestial Seasonings.

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momintexas
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I like STASH Brand decaf green tea.

I don't take my abx away from my meds. I actually take some of my meds while having my tea.

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Harmony
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I got decaf, organic, green tea for my Kombucha brewing but had to special order it from the (health food) store

you can get it here:

http://www.amazon.com/Bigelow-Decaffeinated-Organic-Green-40-Count/dp/B000GFYRM6

not sure about tea and abx, it may be ok, like other food, I am not sure, I just know not to drink milk or eat mineral supplements with the tetracyclines since it will neutralize those

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I just buy Tetley brand. It's good and inexpensive.

But I drink regular instead of decaf in the morning, and avoid it in the afternoon so it doesn't affect my sleep. And sin of sins, I drink a cup of regular coffee every morning, sometimes two! SHHH don't tell anyone...

I know all the docs say it's bad, but honestly, I went a year with no caffeine and I decided I feel much better with it than without it. Not saying you should go drink caffeine, but I'm beginning to think that I personally do best when I not only listen to my doctor but consult how my body feels as well.

Plus I'm anemic so I take iron which makes me constipated. The regular coffee really helps but I've noticed the decaf doesn't do as much.

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Whole Foods carries an organic tea in their store brand. It's called Green Tea and Lemon Myrtle. It comes in decaf. I really like it if I'm not feeling great, nice and hot, lemon flavor, but without the buzz.
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