Chamomile tea does not contain any caffeine. Chamomile is an herb that has been used for hundreds of years. Common uses of chamomile tea in the United States include helping people sleep and easing an upset stomach. More »

All true tea leaves from the Camellia sinensis tree, including black, green, oolong and white varieties, contain 30 to 90 milligrams of caffeine per 8-ounce cup. Even decaffeinated teas contain 1 to 20 percent of the tea... More »

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White tea does have caffeine. However, at just 30 to 55 milligrams of caffeine per 8-ounce cup, it contains much less than a cup of black tea, which can contain 60 to 90 milligrams of caffeine, according to Choice Organi... More »

Chamomile tea is safe for children of all ages unless they have an allergy to ragweed or similar plants, according to WebMD. Chamomile can actually help to calm a child down, and is safe because it is a natural herb that... More »

According to WebMD, green tea is bad for the health if the body consumes more than five cups per day, as it can cause side effects due to the high amount of caffeine in the tea. Side effects include headaches, sleeping p... More »

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Tea has more caffeine than coffee if measured by dry weight; however, when brewed, tea has less caffeine than coffee as tea is generally not prepared to release a large amount of caffeine. An 8-ounce serving of brewed co... More »

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Tea that contains caffeine is classified as a diuretic. Caffeine, which is found in a variety of beverages, is a natural diuretic. More »

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