Although natural, this drink can cause some unwanted effects in some people mainly because it is rich in caffeine. Therefore, consuming up to 3 cups a day does not have any harmful or harmful effects on health.
In fact, the abuse of tea can cause:
- skin irritation
So, in the case of diseases such as stomach, intestinal or ulcer inflammation, kidney problems or haemophilia, the consumption of pink tea could worsen the symptoms.
Also, the interaction with some medicines could be harmful. For this reason, it is best to consult your doctor. Furthermore, associated with alcohol, its consumption can amplify the diuretic effects.
In fact, pregnant women are more sensitive to its effects and the consumption of pink tea may be discouraged during pregnancy. So ask your gynecologist for advice.
What to do in case of side effects
In case of sensitivity to caffeine, it is recommended to initially reduce the infusion time and then gradually increase it so as to allow time for the body to get used to it.
Also, to minimize unwanted effects, the advice is to drink a glass of mineral water after drinking the tea.