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Tea For Two or 36

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 Lori Moradi (December 09, 2008)  Looking for an idea for a small gathering of friends and family? Afternoon tea is a civilized, elegant affair that has been appreciated for centuries in countries throughout the world. Afternoon tea can be an all out traditional affair, or as simple as a cup of tea and sandwich. Despite the noble appeal of the formal afternoon tea, it need not be a stuffy or formal affair. While other .. (Tea)

Wu Long Oolong Tea Exposed

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 Austin Warty (December 09, 2008)  Wu long oolong tea is said to provide the best form of rapid weight loss and fat burning alternatives without any side effects. It's got the attention of well known celebrities and physicians that claim it is the “world's greatest natural fat burner. " So why is this ancient Chinese tea such a powerful diet supplement? The Chinese have been drinking wu long oolong tea for many .. (Tea)

Wu-Yi - The Black Dragon Tea

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 Mary Rose Antonio (December 09, 2008)  Wu-Yi (or Wu-long) stems from the Chinese words “wu" and “luong" for “black" and “dragon" respectively. Even legends exist surrounding how this famous tea got its name! The mere mention of this well-known tea evokes an air of mystery; instantly conjuring in our minds a faint scent of jasmine and the exotic mystique of the far off Orient. Let's explore the .. (Tea)

Green Tea Benefits - Weight Loss and More!

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 Sarah Kong (December 08, 2008)  What's so great about Green Tea? What are the benefits and how will it will improve my life? Green Tea has many benefits and is one of the most popular weight loss products on the market today. It allows you to lose weight quickly and keep it off. Besides weight loss the other benefits are. . . Lowers cholesterol Helps protect against diabetes Reduces heart attacks Improves your .. (Tea)

Tea 101 - What's Brewing?

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 Ginette Guy (December 08, 2008)  I have recently started a tea distributorship called “The Glass Tea Cup". In the process of researching this type of business I have learned and tasted and discovered many things that I want to share with you. . . Just like a conversation over the warm tea cup! Is tea good for me? Not only is tea soothing and delicious, but it is healthy too. In fact, the American Health .. (Tea)

Drinking Gunpowder and Other Teas

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 Michael Skinner (December 07, 2008)  Tea is one of the most widely consumed drinks in the world after water. Tea plants grow well in mountainous, tropical regions. Tea comes from the Camellia Sinensis bush. To flower lovers the term Camellia may sound familiar. And indeed the tea bush has man lovely sister with name and names like flower of the autumn sun and Winter's rose, lions head, and smiling face. These flowery .. (Tea)

Can Chinese Tea Give You Increased Energy?

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 Mary Rose Antonio (December 06, 2008)  You may be wondering if drinking Chinese tea for energy boosting is a reality or not. Most people associate an energy boost with a cup of coffee, but can the same affects be had from drinking a cup of tea? The answer is absolutely YES! For centuries, this popular Asian beverage has been used widely to treat a vast array of ailments. Everything from reducing the duration of a cold or .. (Tea)

The Great Green Tea

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 Ryan J Anderson (October 15, 2008)  Green tea has been credited to have many different health benefits, some of which has been proven scientifically, and some have not. The following have all been proved at some point by the FDA or through different scientific testing. The first and maybe the least known of all the green tea claims is that it can prevent certain neurological diseases such as Parkinson's and Alzheimer's .. (Tea)

Green Tea Extract Benefits

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 Ryan J Anderson (October 15, 2008)  Green tea extract is basically exactly what it sounds like. When you extract the vitamins, minerals, antioxidants, and polyphenols from the actual green tea drink, you get the extract. This is what makes green tea so great and gives it all the positive benefits. For years, scientists have tried to separate this from the drink so we could have something more beneficial. The extract is .. (Tea)

Health Benefits of Green Tea and Dieting

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 Denise Bergeron (October 10, 2008)  The health benefits of green tea dieting can be great. The Chinese have known about these benefits for thousands of years. They use it to treat everything from headaches to depressions. In order to get the most from green tea and the health benefits that it offers you should read the information below and incorporate into your diet. First you should know that by just drinking green tea . (Tea)

Drink Green Tea For Amazing Health Benefits

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 Kaleena A Lawless (October 10, 2008)  The Chinese have been drinking tea for it's medicinal properties for over 4000 years. Green tea has amazing health benefits. It is the perfect beverage after a yoga class, or on a chilly night. It makes you feel relaxed and definitely has a calming effect. Green tea contains a powerful anti-oxidant called epigallocatechin gallate (EGCG). It is also contains lower levels of caffeine .. (Tea)

Do You Want Awesome, Vibrant Health? Drink Organic Rooibos Tea! 10 Reasons to Drink Some Today!

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 Stephanie Varney (October 10, 2008)  Organic rooibos tea is the best, because it hasn't been exposed to any pesticides or chemicals in the growing process. You can find it in most grocery stores and virtually any health food store. Rooibos tea became extremely popular in the United States about five years ago in response to the tea health craze. Rooibos received particular attention because studies proved it had the same .. (Tea)

African Rooibos Tea - Stealth Nutrition For Finicky Kids

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 Stephanie Varney (October 10, 2008)  African rooibos tea is the perfect afternoon pick-me-up for children. Most kids are tired and irritable when they first come home from school. They need something healthy and nutritious to get them over the afternoon slump, so they can tackle their homework with a sharp mind. Making them a glass of iced African rooibos tea is the perfect solution, and they won't even know it's healthy. .. (Tea)

5 Reasons to Drink Rooibos Tea and Feel Good All Over

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 Stephanie Varney (October 10, 2008)  With all the attention in the news lately on the many astounding health benefits of tea, many people are trying rooibos (also known as African red tea) for the first time. This delicious African tea is quickly making a name for itself among those “in the know" on matters of health, because of its high antioxidant content, plethora of natural minerals, and amazing medicinal .. (Tea)

Have You Tried African Rooibos Tea? You May Be Missing Out on Incredible Health Benefits

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 Stephanie Varney (October 10, 2008)  If you only take one positive step toward improving your health this year, let it be taking a daily cup of African rooibos tea. The African rooibos plant is also known as ‘red bush’ for its dark red color its leaves take on during the fermentation process. It is a natural herb found in a small area in South Africa called the Cedarberg Mountains. The leaves of this amazing .. (Tea)

Does Green Tea Really Work?

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 Ryan J Anderson (October 09, 2008)  Many people reading this article probably already tried green tea, and some may have loved it and some may have hated it. The moral of that story is, green tea is just not for everyone. But why? Green tea has become the most popular weight loss supplement in the last few years, and it is for good reason. The problem is, like with anything, green tea isn't a miracle drug, or is it? Green . (Tea)

What is White Tea With Acai?

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 Ryan J Anderson (October 09, 2008)  White tea with acai berry is really nothing new to the dieting world if you really break it down. White tea has been around in Asia now for thousands of years. It is simply green tea, but you harvest it when the leaves are very young and you get a much better tasting and stronger form of green tea that we call white tea. Acai berry has been around in the dieting world for a couple years . (Tea)

The Many Benefits of Organic Teas

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 Anne Harvester (October 08, 2008)  Tea makes a wonderful choice for those that like a full-flavored beverage to help them wake up in the morning or relax in the evening. Organic teas provide great taste without the toxins that can plague non-organic beverages. You can choose organic herbal teas for a caffeine-free end to your day to reduce jitters that can come from caffeine consumption late at night, and you may also .. (Tea)

Green Tea and Pregnancy - Can You Take Green Tea While You Are Pregnant?

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 Audrey Lynn (October 08, 2008)  Green tea is known worldwide as one of the best, maybe even the only herbal plant that is able to cure and prevent cancer and other difficult illnesses that we humans are so susceptible to. But although it has many effective healing properties and is known to have a lot of benefits, drinking green tea may actually be a bad idea when experiencing pregnancy. Scientists have discovered .. (Tea)

The Secret Behind Green Tea As Hair Loss Supplement

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 Audrey Lynn (October 08, 2008)  "Green tea hair loss:" these are four words that seem incongruous when placed together; but apparently, scientists are making a connection between drinking or ingesting green tea products and the slowing down of the hair loss process. It should be noted here that there are no claims that green tea will replace all other products for hair loss treatment. This is not a one-shot, miracle .. (Tea)

Oolong Tea - Seven Interesting Facts

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 David Carloni (October 07, 2008)  When it comes to traditional tea, we have four main types, black, oolong, green, and white. Each main classification can branch out into literally thousands of varieties, each one having its own distinct characteristic. All tea can provide wonderful flavor, offer many health benefits, and give folks a lifetime of sipping enjoyment. So, brew a cup, sit back, and learn 7 interesting .. (Tea)

Lipton Diet Green Tea

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 Wendy Pan (October 06, 2008)  Green tea is all the rage these days. Why shouldn't it be? It is full of those magical antioxidant properties called polyphenols. The Chinese have known about the benefits of green tea for a very long time. It is about time the rest of us clued into these benefits. Green tea is linked to weight loss which is what has made it so popular in recent years. Research shows other potential .. (Tea)

Healthy Teas

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 Om Paramapoonya (October 06, 2008)  One cup of tea a day keeps the doctor away! Tea drinking has been an important part of Chinese culture for thousands of years. One of the oldest documents about teas and their health benefits was written by a Jesuit missionary, Father Matteo Ricci, who travelled to China during the Ming dynasty. His journal, which was published in 1610, mentioned that tea drinking contributed to .. (Tea)

The Benefits of Natural Green Tea

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 Ken Nickless (October 06, 2008)  Natural green tea is a wonderful weight loss alternative and gives your system a much needed boost to make you feel on top of the world. In Asia, not only is it recognized for its weight loss ability, it is also known to have other health benefits such as detoxification of the whole body system, increasing the body's metabolism and prevention against some infections. Natural green tea .. (Tea)

Decaffeinated Green Tea - How Healthy is It?

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 Julian Tai (October 02, 2008)  Is decaffeinated green tea good for you? How does the caffeine in green tea impact its flavor? Let's look at some of the information about green tea and try to sort fact from fiction. As green tea becomes more and more popular throughout the world, there are many questions about its health benefits, and many myths about its properties floating around. Green tea, like all tea, does have . (Tea)

Why Loose Green Tea Can Pack Real Punch

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 Julian Tai (October 02, 2008)  The green tea revolution is here! Whether you brew loose green tea by the cup, or grab a bottle of iced green tea, the popularity of this delicious and healthy beverage is growing by leaps and bounds. Just about every major tea importer has at least one type of green tea available. While many of us are accustomed to popping a tea bag into a cup, brewing a pot of tea from loose leaves .. (Tea)

The Tea That Maintains Your Waistline

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 Jessica Winston (October 02, 2008)  Wu Yi tea has been around for a long time but maybe you didn't know that you could have kept your trim figure all along if you had been drinking it from the get-go. If you are familiar with Oolong tea then you have an inkling about the slimming tea because it is another name for the same variety. It doesn't always show up on the shelves of your retail grocery store as readily as other .. (Tea)

Wu Yi Tea Goes With Everything

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 Jessica Winston (October 02, 2008)  Regardless of the hype the tea (also known as “Oolong") has been given by the media, its use as a slimming agent has been around for several hundred years and it has been recommended by practitioners of traditional Chinese medicine for health benefits in prevention of heart attacks and cancer. In the North American society, as with many global societies food plays a central role .. (Tea)

Magical Green Tea and Weight Loss

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 Jim Somchai (October 01, 2008)  Many years ago, people were curious to know why Japanese people live a lot longer than the people who live in the rest of the world do. They did the research and found that one of the secrets is that they drink green tea. What is so good about green tea? There are many factors involved which we will reveal here. Green tea also has some characteristic that can help people lose weight. .. (Tea)

Detox Tea - Delicious and Delightful

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 Abraham Foster (September 29, 2008)  But if you can't avoid them while remaining part of mainstream society, is there a way to minimize the damage they can cause to your organs, short of retreating to the pure frozen air atop the Himalayas (where even the snow pack may contain polluted water!)? Yes, there is, and it's called detoxification. Using Detox Tea If you've already heard of detoxification and have already .. (Tea)

All About Green Tea

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 Martin Forshaw (September 28, 2008)  Green tea has been used for medicinal purposes for over 4000 yearin China. This evidence was mainly anecdotal but is now widely supported by scientific support from both Asia and the west. Dramatic claims which have been made about green tea have included its ability to inhibit and kill cancer cells without damaging healthy cells, reducing cholesterol and having considerable benefits .. (Tea)

Bubble Tea Recipe - Make Bubble Tea in 5 Easy Steps

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 Hai D. T. Nguyen (September 28, 2008)  You might be asking yourself: “What the heck is bubble tea?". First it's a very fun drink and one of my favorite drinks. Bubble tea is also known as boba tea or pearl milk tea. It's mainly made up of tea, large pearls of tapioca, fruit flavoring, and milk. You use a large straw to drink it and suck up the chewy pearls as you're drinking. You can use any sort of tea you can think .. (Tea)

Rooibos Tea - 50 Times the Antioxidant Properties of Green Tea

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 Kathy Kafka (September 28, 2008)  Rooibos Tea is 100% organic and contains no colors, additives or preservatives, free from harmful substances, and no caffeine. According to studies, it has been shown to aid in health problems such as diabetes, high blood pressure, irritability, headaches, stomach cramps, disturbed sleeping patterns, insomnia, nervous tension, mild depression or hypertension, liver diseases, allergies, .. (Tea)

Chai - A Brief History of One of the World's Best Teas

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 Joseph Devine (September 26, 2008)  Chai is one of the few teas that smell as good as it tastes. In most of the world, chai is used as a normal, every day tea that is though to help its drinker lead a healthy life. If fact, the word “chai" is in many, many language s, including Arabic, Persian, and Swahili, meaning the general term for “tea. " This milky tea is usually sweetened with honey, giving in an .. (Tea)

5 Ways Green Tea Can Help You Lose Weight

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 Eric Cho (September 26, 2008)  For centuries, China medicine has included green tea as one of the most popular supplements for overall health. Today, western cultures have studied the effects of green tea and focused heavily on the effects green tea has on the body in regards to weight loss. Green tea is one of the most effective supplements when you want to lose weight and keep it off. Increasing metabolism - .. (Tea)

Cuppa Tea - The Origin and Introduction of Tea to England

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 Chris Burdon (September 23, 2008)  Tea was first imported into England in the mid 17th century from China since its introduction it has gone on to become a symbol of Englishness and a national obsession with over 60 billion cuppas guzzled across the nation each year. To millions tea provides a welcome break form there hectic lifestyles and many just don't think about its origins in China well over 5000 years ago, and its . (Tea)

Great Alternative to a Cup of Coffee

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 Rudolph Pitts (September 23, 2008)  Tea is the second most popular beverage next to water. If you're sensitive to caffeine, there's always decaffeinated green or black teas. Tea has so many health benefits, whether loose leaves or in bags. It could be just what you're looking for. Try it with a healthy sandwich instead of that muffin for an afternoon pick-me-up. Loose leaf tea (or tea bags) is a great alternative to .. (Tea)

Barry's Tea is Authentically Irish

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 Paul Gerst (September 22, 2008)  Tea drinkers looking for quality and a full-bodied taste, should start in Ireland. With the highest per capita consumption in the world, the Irish know how to make a good cup of tea. Today, Irish tea comes in two forms. The first category is Irish tea made by tea companies in Ireland and blended specifically for Ireland's water. The second category is Irish teas made by tea companies .. (Tea)

Oolong Tea & Weight Loss

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 Tracey Jacquot (September 19, 2008)  Oolong tea and weight loss due go hand and hand. The results and benefits from oolong tea are best when the tea is combined with a calorie reduced diet and plenty of exercise. So just how does oolong work to help you loose weight you ask? Well, that is pretty easy. Oolong is a natural stimulant. Without chemicals or drugs, it promotes an increased metabolism within your body. Oolong, .. (Tea)

Loose Leaf Tea and 5 Star Restaurants - A Profit Opportunity

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 Jon Stout (September 15, 2008)  Dining at a fine restaurant is a real pleasure to most consumers but, considering the prices, the meal and service must be high quality and one that leaves an impression of value. Value involves more that just the menu- the presentation must be perfect and the service must be attentive without being annoying. Anything less will negatively impact word of mouth advertising and repeat .. (Tea)

Quality Specialty Tea and E-Commerce

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 Jon Stout (September 14, 2008)  There is no question that quality loose leaf tea is better tasting and offers more flavors and varieties that bagged tea. But quality loose leaf tea has another feature that appeals to tea drinkers and that is ease of ordering on the internet. Internet shopping or e-commerce as it is often called offers variety, lower cost and convenience and now, with the security safeguards offered .. (Tea)

The Best Way to Buy Quality Specialty Tea

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 Jon Stout (September 14, 2008)  Quality loose leaf tea is enjoyed by tea drinkers world wide and the segment of the tea industry described as specialty tea has grown in popularity. Specialty tea suppliers combine the robust taste of quality loose leaf tea with complementary fruit and spice flavor and the resulting brews are truly delicious and memorable. Tea drinkers can now enjoy delicious teas like Coconut .. (Tea)

Green Tea Study - Fact Or Fiction

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 Tom Thorne (September 12, 2008)  In 2005, a green tea company called Ito En Ltd. asked the FDA for permission to put a claim on their labels that said drinking 5 ounces of green tea daily might reduce the risk of cardiovascular disease (CVD). To back up their claim, they submitted 105 studies, articles and other publications. Nearly a year later the FDA said no, insisting that, “There is no credible evidence to .. (Tea)

Tea and Baby Boomers - Tea As a Building Block to Maintaining Good Health

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 Jon Stout (September 12, 2008)  The generation of Americans called, for want of a better term, “baby boomers" are getting older and health issues are now a factor in maintaining quality of life. The “baby boomers" who are classified as those Americans born directly after World War II in the period 1945 - 1950 represent an large segment of the population because of the disruption in the birth rate caused .. (Tea)

Tea Effects - Green Tea, White Tea, Black Tea - Which Tea?

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 Diana Frame (September 10, 2008)  Everywhere you look these days you'll find some kind of food, beverage or supplement that contains green tea. Drinking tea is becoming more and more popular as the tea effects on our health are becoming more and more evident. But it's not just green tea that is beneficial, there are more kinds of tea than you can count. Which ones offer the best health benefits? Tea itself is rich in .. (Tea)

History of Tea

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 M James (September 10, 2008)  Tea has a rich and varied history. One Chinese myth states that around 2737BC, the Chinese Emperor, Shennong, was boiling a cauldron of water when some leaves from a nearby bush blew into the cauldron, and changed the colour of the water. The Emperor was inquisitive by nature, and tasted the coloured water. In another myth, Siddhartha Guatma, the founder of Buddhism, fell asleep whilst .. (Tea)

Chinese Green Tea - A Guide to Purchasing Quality Tea

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 EnJie Song (September 10, 2008)  There is a strong association between quality of Chinese teas and their enjoyment. Chinese teas are similar to wine in this regard, with local prices for the same tea varying dramatically based on perceived quality. As an example the local Chinese price for 500 gms of Dragon Well tea (the most popular green), could vary between $US 3 and $US 3,000 (ie a 1000 fold difference) related to .. (Tea)

Great Teas of the World - Typhoo

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 Paul Gerst (September 10, 2008)  With 105 years of history and availability all over the world, Typhoo is one of the world's great tea companies. Typhoo was started in 1903 by John Sumner, an English grocer. Sumner was born on February 26, 1856, in Birmingham, England. His father and grandfather operated a grocery business. Despite joining the family business and successfully running the operation for many years, .. (Tea)

Chinese White Tea - Completely Different From the English Black Tea With Milk!

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 EnJie Song (September 10, 2008)  If you like your tea white with one sugar, you will be confused when served Chinese white tea - it will come as a clear liquid with no trace of milk! I have compiled some information about white tea to help to initiate you. White tea is one of the six main categories of Chinese teas. Origins and manufacture: White tea originated from the Fu Ding area in Fu Jian province, southern .. (Tea)

Amazing Green Tea Effects on Your Body

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 Darren E Smith (September 09, 2008)  Green tea invites enough enthusiasm nowadays, but you obviously need to know enough about this kind of tea. Green tea in fact can be of several kinds. There are the obvious differences between the Chinese and Japanese variety. Also these varieties themselves could be classifiable into several other types of green tea each with its own unique effects. Green tea has several properties .. (Tea)




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