The American Association of Tea Party Associations (AATPA) is taking its first step in its effort to educate consumers about the tea party’s political agenda and its possible health effects, according to the Washington Post.
The tea party is a movement that is growing in popularity in the United States, and it is spreading to many other parts of the world, with many people turning to the tea as a way to avoid taxes, regulation, or government control, the Post reports.
The association has issued several health warnings on tea and tea products, with some warning that the product may contain high levels of caffeine, but some have said that the tea is healthy.
The AATPA warns that tea can cause headaches, irritability, stomach upset, vomiting, constipation, headaches, asthma, heart palpitations, and weight gain.
It warns that people who drink tea or eat tea products have a lower risk of contracting cancer and heart disease.
The group has also stated that tea is safe for pregnant women and breast-feeding women.
The group also warns that consuming tea or drinking tea products while pregnant may increase the risk of a birth defect called congenital amyloidosis.
AATPAs statement states that the group does not recommend tea as part of a meal because it may cause constipation and bloating.
The tea industry, which has been heavily subsidized by the government, has been lobbying against any new regulations and is calling for a full repeal of the Affordable Care Act, the Washington Times reports.
The American Health Care Act would allow states to opt out of Obamacare’s individual mandate, which requires people to buy health insurance.
The new law also would allow businesses to sell insurance plans that cover less expensive options for health care services.