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gusgus260
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what follows is from US News and World.

http://clinicahealth.usnews.com/blogs.pl?op=display&id=486

Sorry it's a long article, butif you Google "Green Tea and antibiotecs" you'll find all kinds of inforiation. The tea helps the antibiotics weaken the bacteria's cell wall, to allow the antibiotics to enter and kill the bacteria. Lots links even, from the goverment. don take my word ifo it, check out yourself.

By the way, I learned of two tic ailment named Relasping fever and Tularemia.

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gus....If you'll do a search in Medical, you will find a discussion on this.

Thanks for posting it for those who may have missed the other posting!

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Sounds like a great find!

Thanks, Gus

In and of itsself,white tea is supposed to have aome antibacterial properties. green tea as well.
the property , I think, is attributable to teh polyphenols in these teas.

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