Jan 07, 2012 - 9:35 pm
Just bought a new tea called "Green Earl Greyer" by Republic of Tea. Was intrigued that green tea had been combined with bergamot oil, the essential flavoring in Earl Grey tea. Also recalled that Dr. Russell Blaylock had said that NO tea is more powerful against cancer than a combination of green and black.
But fearing that bergamot oil could be harmful to cancer patients, I did some online research and found two articles sanctioning it, claiming it has anti-angiogenesis properties.
Don't see where to signal attachments on this screen so suffice it to say that anyone who's interested can simply Google "bergamot and angiogenesis" or "bergamot and cancer cells."