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The Garden's Hofheimer Camellia Garden hosts a species bed that includes Camellia sinensis among many others. Green tea is made from the tender young leaves of C. sinensis.
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The doctors concluded Camellia sinensis, a shrub whose leaves are used to produce tea, is at the root of her liver damage. Green tea has been linked to liver damage, where people become ill after ingesting tea leaf powder or tea extracts like diet pills.

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