Bergamot oil contains a phytonutrient that may be beneficial.
Holy basil tea may live up to its name.
If you do prefer black tea, though, which is healthier, plain black tea, or Earl Gray?
The answer is Earl Gray, which has the added benefit of bergamot oil, the source of bergamottin, a phytonutrient that beat out two dozen other phytonutrients last year in a test of human stomach lining protection.
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