All teas come from the leaves of the plant Camellia sinensis. In general, the four varieties of the plant Camellia sinensis are cultivated commercially.
Green, black, and oolong are the three major types of tea, which represent 23%, 75%, and 2% of world tea consumption, respectively.
In terms of manufacturing processing, these teas are distinguished by their degrees of oxidation, known as fermentation in tea industry.
Flavonoids are composed of a variety of health-promoting compounds and might have antioxidative, antimicrobial, and possibly anticarcinogenic, and cardioprotective effects.
Caffeine is a natural chemical found in such items as tea leaves and coffee beans.
The adult body contains less than one-tenth of one ounce (about 2.5 g) of fluoride. About 95% of the fluoride in the body is found in the bones and teeth.
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