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Herbal Tea Benefits from The UK Loose Leaf Tea Company Ltd

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Herbal Tea Benefits from The UK Loose Leaf Tea Company Ltd

  Herbal Tea Benefits The Tea Emporium 13 Ship Street, Brecon, Powys LD3 9AD To start with, we are not medically approved doctors or practitioners, the following information is all available from the web, we have just gone through and brought it all together for the products we supply. It is by no means complete as some of the herbs below have been used for thousands of years and we still don't know all the benefits to them? Please consult your doctor before taking any of the following herbs. Chamomile Tea: It is a herb that people have used for...

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Five ways herbal tea can make you happier and healthier

Posted by Gaynor Birkhead on

Five ways herbal tea can make you happier and healthier

One reason the tradition of herbal tea has endured through the ages is the tangible and numerous benefits to health and mood that can be induced by the regular drinking of a herbal brew. These benefits are as relevant in our stressful and modern lives as they have been throughout history and we have collated the top five ways drinking herbal tea can create a healthier and happier you! 1) It can help you stay slim Dandelion acts as a mild laxative that promotes digestion, stimulates appetite, and balances the natural and beneficial bacteria in the intestines. It can increase...

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Hibiscus Roselle Herbal Tea:

Posted by Gaynor Birkhead on

Hibiscus Roselle Herbal Tea:

Mild herbal infusion produced from the Hibiscus Sabdariffa Calyces giving the deep red colour. In Italy, hibiscus tea is known as carcadè or Italian tea and was first introduced from Eritrea, it was used as a substitute for tea when the country was hit by trade sanctions for it's invasion of Abyssinia. There are also many variations of drinking preferences around the world. In the USA hibiscus tea was made popular by a creation circa 1972 known as 'Red Zinger'. In the English-speaking Caribbean, the drink called sorrel, is made from the calyces and considered an integral part of Christmas...

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