Rabbits were fed a high-fat, cholesterol-laden diet, leading to extreme hardening of the arteries. They were then fed tea to see if it could reduce the lesions that formed on the animals' arteries. After the experiment, the rabbits' heads were cut off.
beforewisdom wrote:I don't know how it is in Europe, but here places that sell tea will charge you several dollars for a cup. I have a real trouble with that when all they do is drop a tea bag in a paper cup of hot water. I could have done that myself for a dime or a little bit more for high quality tea.
Prime wrote:I can't believe tea is tested on animals. There's already plenty of humans that are fed a high-fat, cholesterol-laden diet. Why not test on them? Good thing Lipton tastes like crap anyway.
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