Dr Oz's recipe is simple. Brew 8 cups of green tea and mix with 1 sliced tangerine and a handful of mint leaves in a large pitcher. Leave overnight and drink one pitcher daily.
I'm a little sensitive to caffeine, so while green tea is relatively low in caffeine at about 24 to 40 milligrams per 8 oz cup, 8 cups of green tea in one day is a lot for me. So I brew up 4 to 6 cups of green tea and add water. This also serves to cool the liquid down some, so when I add the mint it doesn't automatically wilt. Although it doesn't say this in the original recipe, I then refrigerate it overnight.
I love this drink. It's cool and refreshing and while I don't have any authority to back this claim, it feels clean and healthy. The mint is there primarily for taste, so I suspect you could substitute something else if you don't care for it (thyme? basil?) I would add that I think it's important to use organic herbs and tangerines here, since you are steeping them overnight. Dr. Oz's website says that it's fine to use mandarins instead of tangerines and if you can't find either, use ripe oranges.
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