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Can black tea affect the way other medications work?

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Some medicines can make caffeine stay in your body longer than usual. Talk to your doctor to see if medicines you're taking might have this effect.

SOURCES:

National Cancer Institute web site: "Tea and Cancer Prevention Fact Sheet."

Roberts, A. , 2005. Alternative Medicine Review

The Leaf web site: "Oxidation and Fermentation in Tea Manufacture."

National Cancer Institute web site: "Tea and Cancer Prevention Fact Sheet."

Natural Medicines Comprehensive Database: "Black Tea."

Baker, J.A. , January-February 2007. International Journal of Gynecological Cancer

Gardner, E.J. . January 2007. European Journal of Clinical Nutrition

Hodgson, J.M.  , January 19, 2013. Food and Function

Hodgson, J.M. , December 2010. Molecular Aspects of Medicine

Bersniak, A.  , Nov. 8, 2012. BMJ Open

Reviewed by Neha Pathak on September 2, 2020

SOURCES:

National Cancer Institute web site: "Tea and Cancer Prevention Fact Sheet."

Roberts, A. , 2005. Alternative Medicine Review

The Leaf web site: "Oxidation and Fermentation in Tea Manufacture."

National Cancer Institute web site: "Tea and Cancer Prevention Fact Sheet."

Natural Medicines Comprehensive Database: "Black Tea."

Baker, J.A. , January-February 2007. International Journal of Gynecological Cancer

Gardner, E.J. . January 2007. European Journal of Clinical Nutrition

Hodgson, J.M.  , January 19, 2013. Food and Function

Hodgson, J.M. , December 2010. Molecular Aspects of Medicine

Bersniak, A.  , Nov. 8, 2012. BMJ Open

Reviewed by Neha Pathak on September 2, 2020

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