5 Signs That Your Teenager Is Experimenting with Camellia Sinensis

Tea AddictWe are looking out for your family, and it is imperative that you are familiar with the signs of camellia sinensis abuseCamellia sinensis is becoming an epidemic in the 15-21 year-old demographic with an exploding number of users becoming fiends by the second. To protect the well-being of your household and ours, we’ve presented to you 5 telltale signs that your teenager is experimenting with the addictive substance known as camellia sinensis.

1. Strange herbs strewn about the kitchen counter
Camellia sinensis can come in many varietals, ranging in size, shape, and color.
Research has shown that many teens are untidy and leave instances of camellia sinensis
on kitchen counters. Do not be afraid to come in contact with its loose form, as it is not
harmful to the touch. You may see dry, brown leaves (street name: That Woody Wood), long
green leafs (nicknamed: Silver Stank), or furled, greenish balls (codename: Granddaddy

2. A foreign apparatus in their possession
Using camellia sinensis in its loose form require a metal or glass strainer (steeparatus
as they say). If you find a glass tube with a strong smelling residue inside, often with a
brownish tint, then you should be alarmed and take action immediately. Dispose of the
apparatus as quickly as possible and talk with your teen about getting help.

3. Frequent bathroom visits
A side effect of camellia sinensis is frequent urination. As their bladders become more
and more active, their urine color will become clear. If your teen is suspected of using
camellia sinensis, administer a urine test and record the color and consistency of the
specimen. Another measure that can be taken is to lock all bathroom doors and wait for
the desperate teen to come running for your assistance.

4. Excessive tea-related slang
One of the fastest ways to catch a camellia-abusing teen is to monitor their dialect. If you
hear words such as “teasan”, “oolongability”, and the profane “hoth”, immediately take
proactive measure. Such language is a sign of a growing user and also that their peers are
partaking in camellia sinensis.

5. Intelligence quotient amplification
Finally, as the abuse grows into their elder years, teens may experience a heightened
intelligence quotient. They may pass tests with never-before-seen scores, respond to
your questions with longer-than-normal lexicon, and even begin tutoring. As these may
not be the most negative aspects of camellia sinensis use, they should not be condoned.

This has be a TeaAmigos PSA, please do not take these signs lightly. Act now and save the
future of America.

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