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Hey guys!

I'm going to start drinking green tea to try and decrease my androgen levels (I believe green tea is an anti-androgen) but I'm not sure how strong it actually is... Does anyone know how much green tea (preferably how much tea bags) I would have to consume to notice any changes in sebum production or hair growth? The only way I can consume it is through drinking it so please don't recommend supplements.

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I thought it was peppermint tea that contained anti-androgens? Green tea's really good for your health generally as it has loads of anti-oxidants in it but it did nothing for my skin when I tried drinking it regularly, although to be fair I wasn't drinking particularly high quantities of it.

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i find green tea the best at the moment for topical use. i sometimes drink it but, i think it has caffein so i'll not abuse it.

if you haven't, check wikipedia on anti-androgens, i took many of those herbs/teas. BUT again i don't agree with antiandronges. i agree only with anti-DHT.

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I've been told by a few people that green tea increase the change of prostate cancer. Is that true?

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I thought it was peppermint tea that contained anti-androgens? Green tea's really good for your health generally as it has loads of anti-oxidants in it but it did nothing for my skin when I tried drinking it regularly, although to be fair I wasn't drinking particularly high quantities of it.

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I've been told by a few people that green tea increase the change of prostate cancer. Is that true?

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Green tea is a best solution for any problem and I think you've taken a good step for that.

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I've heard that it can exacerbate the systems for baldness so I'm stopping drinking green tea.

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if you end up drinking green tea, incorporate the green tea leaves in a mask (there are various masks you can find on google).

i've been doing this lately with the leaves, honey and 3 drops of tea tree oil for 20 minutes and I think it calms the redness in my face(:

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