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I have been looking everywhere online for the polyphenon 100 and Max Can Tea losenges and cannot find them for sale. Can you tell me how I can purchase them?
Also, do you know if the tea used for these products is from Japan or China?
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Where can we get Polyphenon 100? Is it available in the US?
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I would like more information about Can Tea Max. I have CLL, and applied for the Mayo CLL Green Tea Study, but did not meet the protocols. I am trying to follow the regiment myself, monitored monthly by my encologist. At Mayo I was told the Mayo study was 4000 miligrams of EGCG, through Polyphenon 100. I am taking 12 capsules of Life Extension Mega Green Tea Extract per day to achieve 4000 mg, with each capsule containing 326.25 mg of EGCG (and a bottle of 100 pills costing $20, member price, which is about 8.33 days worth, or about $2.40 per daily dosage). This was largest dosage per pill I could find. How does Can Tea Max compare? Is it better for my purposes, and why? Is it pill or buccal dosage? How much does it cost, and how much would that be per 4000 mg. EGCG dosage? How can it be ordered?
thanks for any info.
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