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Why does my tea have a warning label?

Maybe its "too herbal" or... plants actually create cures? 馃槈馃槅


"Natural" remedies are not always without risk.
@Alisha233 Both.
Alisha23331-35, F
@Fluffybull damn, good to know! Thanks 馃憤
@Alisha233 You're welcome 鈽猴笍馃憤
Ah, whatever this herb is must have an effect on your liver. Everything you ingest, passes through your liver, right? This particular herb must have an effect on your liver and people with liver issues may not want that effect as it might be adverse.
Well... I can't speak to the specific of your tea... per se... but in general terms, that's what the legalistic structures of our world (specifically our country) have fallen into. Everything has a warning. You aren't allowed to figure it out for yourself.

Warning: Life is dangerous. All sustenance has benefits, and a few detrimental effects as well. This warning is for mitigating the risk of lawsuit. As for life itself, it has a 100% chance of killing you.
They are not happy with lawsuits.
ShenaniganFoodie36-40, M
herbal from China

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