That means they don't have any data to suggest you have to worry about your tea.
Like I said, if it hasn't been studied, with things like this, that's usually because there's no need.
Ultimately, if you're worried about something like this, I think you're better served just using a backup method of contraception with your pill than spending time on this. That's a good idea anyway -- especially when that backup is condoms -- since the pill is only 92% effective in typical use, and not 100% in perfect use, and that way, you just don't even have to think about stuff like this.
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