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Ok so I have this bottle of water with 400 mg of pure EGCG (Antioxidant in green tea). EGCG is extremely bitter and I AM NOT going to drink that.. it's almost as bad as Ayahuasca. Anyway I was wondering how it would affect a plant? I'm guessing oxidative damage can happen within plant cells as well. But would giving a plant small doses of antioxidants actually be beneficial to it? Even marginally? There is an obvious and easy way to test this.. Grow two plants and start giving one plant an antioxidant molecule in decent amounts and watch their growth and overall health for a length of time and accessing the effect on the antioxidant treated plant. But I cant find this or any test on plants of this kind. So anyone have any ideas? Green tea plants seem to always have a really health look to them. Ive never grown green tea but i have looked at pictures before. Maybe the EGCG and various antioxidants plays a role? Any thoughts? Scientifically based or not? Experience even?