Green Tea: Best of Medicines

A thousand other virtues are imparted to it, but this is a big one: it may help with antibiotic resistance. In other words, a few draughts of green tea every day may promote the effectiveness of antibiotics, which have taken a punishing in recent years from the microscopic fight-back of bacteria which have sworn to exterminate us, weaving our destruction into the darkest nooks and crannies of our own cells.

https://www.news-medical.net/news/20190924/Green-tea-compound-shows-promise-in-tackling-antibiotic-resistance.aspx

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