health and medicine question #1211



Sandra lenzi, a 39 year old female from East Hanover, NJ asks on January 27, 2003,

Q:

how much caffeine there is in black tea, green tea and in coffee?

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the answer

Barry Shell answered on January 27, 2003, A:

Coffee, tea, both green and black have about 100mg of caffeine per cup, though some say there is more caffeine in coffee and less caffeine in green tea. A lot depends on how it's brewed.

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