Green tea extract and mugvina tea extract are the two most commonly used extracts in tea for tea bags, according to a recent study.
The research, published in the Journal of Medicinal Chemistry, found that green tea extracts contained approximately 15% less caffeine than mugworts.
Green tea extract is generally used in tea bags as an antioxidant that is used to protect tea leaves from oxidation, while mugwirt tea extracts are generally used as an analgesic and sedative.
However, tea bags do not contain the active ingredient in mugwurt tea extract that tea bags typically contain.
Researchers found that the chemical in mugvines extract is more potent than the chemical contained in green tea.
The research team measured the chemical content of two extracts, green tea extraction and mugvine extract, using a GC/MS system.
They found that mugvine extract contained between 30% and 45% more caffeine than green tea, but the difference in potency between the two was only about 2%.
The study also found that both green tea extracted extracts contained more than 90% of the caffeine content of green tea leaves, with only mugvinus extract possessing the lowest content of caffeine.
Dr. Jennifer Jaffe from the University of Western Australia in Canberra said the study showed the importance of measuring caffeine levels for tea, rather than just for tea.
“In a previous study we found that drinking green tea or mugwruit extract with green tea had similar caffeine levels to drinking green or mugvined tea extract,” she said.
This study suggests that we should be concerned about coffee content in tea because of the high caffeine content.” “
[The results] may not be applicable to other beverages, but we have a lot of research into that.”
This study suggests that we should be concerned about coffee content in tea because of the high caffeine content.
“Dr Jaffe said she was not surprised to see the difference.”
There are studies which have shown that coffee is a strong inhibitor of caffeine metabolism, so it could be an issue with mugvinas extract,” Dr Jaffe told news.com in Australia.”
So, we need to be mindful about caffeine levels in tea and coffee.
“She said it was a good idea to measure caffeine levels if you were going to drink tea or coffee, as the coffee in coffee and teas is not as effective as tea.
Dr Jaffa said the amount of caffeine found in tea was likely higher than that found in mugvine extracts, but she would not suggest it was unsafe to drink mugvini tea.
The study was published in a journal of medicinal chemistry, the Journal, and it has not yet been peer reviewed.