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Green tea and folic acid can make a big difference to cervical dysplasia
According to a study published in October 2003 in the “European Journal of Cancer Prevention,” an antioxidant found in green tea, known as epigallocatechin gallate, may be effective treatment for cervical lesions including mild, moderate and severe cervical dysplasia. Green tea is produced from the leaves of the camellia sinensis plant and is usually taken as a tea or in capsules. NCCAM notes that green tea is safe for adults when used in moderate amounts. However, its caffeine content may cause irritability, insomnia and diarrhea. Green tea also contains vitamin K, which may reduce the efficacy of anticoagulant drugs.

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