People with kidney stones cannot drink tea.
Because tea and water are different after all, tea contains substances that water does not have, which can have a certain effect on patients with kidney stones. UcenterDress red and ruby wears for prom party
When tea is cold, it contains a lot of oxalate, which can form small stones, block ureters, and increase the risk of kidney stones.
For this, about 80 percent of urethral calculi is crystallized calcium oxalate, and patients with calculi have to drink less tea and drink more water.