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Tea is - after water - the most widely consumed drink in the world, thus making the leaves and buds of Camellia sinensis the most widely consumed herb in the world. It has a long and fascinating history, is deeply infused into the cultures within which it is drunk, and - as numerous studies have shown in recent years - has remarkable health benefits.
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