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    Turmeric Tea Recipe

    4 cups water 1 tablespoon ground turmeric Bring the water to a rolling boil then reduce heat and add turmeric. Simmer for 10-15 minutes. Strain it into a cup or bowl. Add honey or lemon to taste. Source: http://www.turmeric-benefits.com/turmeric-tea-recipe/
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    Camomile tea for anxiety

    Hi there, I've read some reports than Chamomile can help with general anxiety, so I've been having 3 cups a day of the Twinnings brand. It's made no difference at all. Do you think it would make a difference if I tried organic chamomile instead? It's more expensive but I can get it from Holland...
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    Where's the most cost effective place to buy BULK HERBS from?

    Cost effective and pretty good quality too? I am looking for Burdock root, Sheep Sorrel herb Slippery Elm root Turkey Rhubarb root thanks,
  4. kind2creatures

    Pesticides in Teas

    Article about pesticides in Celestial Seasonings tea...http://www.honeycolony.com/article/dangerously-high-pesticide-levels-in-brand-name-tea/
  5. kind2creatures

    All About Herbal Teas

    Great informative article about different herbal teas...
  6. kind2creatures

    Kombucha Tea Dangerous to Your Health?

    I don't drink it regularly, but we enjoy kombucha every now and then, particularly like the kind with the chia seeds. I initially tried it as suggested by Saved1986. Here's an article addressing new false claims that is is dangerous to your health.
  7. truestorytotell

    Tea leaves - question?

    Sometimes when i make tea from leaves (not in bags) some leaves end up in my cup of tea and i end up spitting most of them..it doesnt happen often though so im wondering would eating those pieces be beneficial?? its tea like nettle and green and thyme, would eating the leaf pieces while...
  8. jbo

    Rooibos tea

    I'm starting to suffer from pollen this year again and a friend of mine swears by Rooibos tea. I tried to google for awhile and I did read some people having benefits of Rooibos tea for allergies. I also read it has similar effects as Chamomile, so I was thinking about taking it at night...
  9. kind2creatures

    Gargling with Tea for Health (Respiratory Infections, Flu)

    Benefits of gargling with tea for upper respiratory health, fever and flu...
  10. jbo

    hibiscus tea side effects?

    I noticed my blood pressure was a little high. I guess what is classified as borderline at around 140/87, so I started to drink hibiscus tea. It's only been a few days and I've been drinking 2 cups (one table spoon of loose leaf) twice a day. To my suprise my blood pressure has 116/70, which I...
  11. truestorytotell


    Here is a list of teas i have and drink daily,they are all leafes and not bags and they were all bought from a village and not from a shop in a bag... They are in a differend language and im translating,i hope me and google do a correct translations :P Green tea Nettle Thyme Kantarion or...
  12. jbo

    green, oolong and jasmine Tea question

    I've tried loose leaf alot of times, but my laziness keeps me going back to bags to be completely honest. I use a coffee maker that's never had any coffee in it for the water and use tea bags. I love the Ito En Matcha Blend green tea, which is mixed with Sencha and Matcha and I absolutely love...
  13. jbo

    anybody drink catnip tea?

    Recently I read an article about how amazing catnip tea is supposed to be for all of us to drink for stress, anxiety, sleeping..etc Just wondering if anybody ever drinks catnip tea? The article was recommending mixing catnip with chamomile, which I do drink chamomile tea often.
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    The Way to Healthy Living

    i started practice yoga because of my back pain few years ago. yoga gave me amazing feeling of being the very part of nature. i quit using medications, eating meat, i walk a lot, etc: i love organic teas (my favourites - choice or bigelow), twice a week - warm baths filled with sea salts...
  15. jbo

    metal staples in tea bags

    I've been drinking all kinds of teas, both loose leaf and tea bags. The tea bag I enjoy and drink the most is the Kirkland Signature Ito En that has Nylon bags with nothing metal. Well trying a dozen loose leaf teas and half a dozen different tea bags, I just noticed that this really cheap one...
  16. kind2creatures

    Beyond The Tea Bag

    January 2011 by Lisa James and Allan Richter (EnergyTimes) Move over, coffee: Tea is gaining on you. Tea sales have grown fourfold since 1990, according to the US Tea Association, a growth partially fueled by the brew’s health benefits. Bagged black tea is still the most popular type. However...
  17. Arrowwind09

    Pau de Arco Cancer Testimonials

    http://www.pau-d-arco.com/Testimonials.html and further info including studies http://www.pau-d-arco.com/Patent.html http://www.oralchelation.com/taheebo/research/page1.htm this article gets into more of its uses and its reported to be highly effective in Candida infections. For best...
  18. kind2creatures

    Seasonal Simmers: Fall Inspiration

    Seasonal Simmers: Fall Inspiration Simmers are a special mixture of herbs and spices, which are combined into a blend or potion, created to bring the power of aromatherapy and intention into your life. They are also designed to capture the attention of those around you and creates a wonderful...
  19. kind2creatures

    Bottled Teas Contain Little or No Antioxidants

    Bottled tea beverages contain little or no antioxidants by Ethan A. Huff, staff writer (NaturalNews) Countless studies over the years about the health benefits of tea -- particularly green tea -- have driven many health-conscious consumers to stock up on all the latest tea beverages that...