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The Growing Popularity of Tea and Health Benefits

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 Rudolph Pitts (September 08, 2008)  With the growing popularity of tea, Americans enjoy drinking tea on a daily basis totaling an average of 165 million cups a day. According to on-going research, drinking just 4 cups of tea a day may offer significant health benefits. For some people, drinking tea starts as a medicine, but its rich flavor and wonderful taste later rendered it a beverage. It has been associated with such . (Tea)

Jasmine Green Tea Protects, Fights Infection, and Decreases Body Fat

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 Joy Mary (September 08, 2008)  Though most teas are made from only the leaves of herbs, jasmine green tea is different. It is made by adding the jasmine flower to the tea Cultivated widely for its beautiful flowers, jasmine is any of more than 200 species with fragrant white, yellow or red flowers. The jasmine plant was brought to China from Persia sometime in the third century AD but never became popular there .. (Tea)

Honeybush Tea From South Africa

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 Sandra Fierling (September 08, 2008)  Honeybush tea is a herbal tea which has a sweeter taste than most teas and a fragrance of honey (hence its name). This tea is only grown in the Easter and Western Cape provinces of South Africa. Its ‘cousin’ Rooibos Tea is the herbal tea with a red color which is also grown in south-west South Africa. Although rooibos is more well known, honeybush is definitely worth .. (Tea)

The Best Herbal Tea For a Sweet Tooth!

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 Sandra Fierling (September 08, 2008)  We all know that herbal tea is good for you but sometimes they can taste rather nasty. Often herbal teas can be bitter (like green tea if it's left to steep too long) or very bland with not much taste at all. Some herbal teas have a peculiar taste. I personally don't like peppermint because of this. Chamomile for me tends to be bland. There are so many herbal teas out there that there .. (Tea)

Theanine For Stress Relief - Perfect Gift From Nature

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 Julian Tai (September 05, 2008)  Theanine is one of the ingredients in green tea. Not much is yet known about this rare amino acid. New research is showing that this compound can be very beneficial to our health, and that drinking green tea is one of the best ways to get theanine in to our systems. What is this chemical and how can it help us to ingest it on a regular basis? It is an amino acid found almost exclusively . (Tea)

Dieter's Tea - Thinking About Dieters Tea For Quick Weight Loss Results?

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 George Wu (September 05, 2008)  Hundreds of years drinking Wu Yi dieters tea has keep scores of Chinese men and women slim. New studies have verified that the weight loosing properties of Wu-Yi tea have indeed worked. Not only that but these studies found that drinking Wu Yi diet tea strengthens the immune system and even clarifies the skin and reverses the effect of aging. The Tokushima School of Medicine in Japan .. (Tea)

Compare Colon Cleanser Teas

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 Jeff Lewis (September 05, 2008)  There are plenty of different colon cleanser products that you can purchase, but many people do not know that it is possible to use a colon cleanser tea in order to clean your colon out entirely. If you are not comfortable taking pills, or if you would like to experience a more gentle way to clean your colon, you can try colon cleanser teas. Compare colon cleanser tea products, though, .. (Tea)

Time For Tea in Beijing?

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 Matthew Pressman (September 04, 2008)  The tea ceremony has been an integral facet of Chinese culture since the days of old Beijing and is one that remains popular within contemporary Chinese society. In centuries past, teahouses were at the heart of Chinese social activity where people from all walks of life would gather to enjoy tea and swap stories. Today, teahouses play a similar role in everyday Chinese life and act as .. (Tea)

Herbal Teas - How to Make Them

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 Vanessa A. Doctor (September 04, 2008)  Herbal remedies are a type of alternative medicine that comes from plant or plant extracts. They are utilized for healing purposes and may address to psychological conditions as well. They have been used for centuries already, and they are known to be the precursor to modern medicine. Herbal medicines can be bought anywhere. There are drug stores which sell these medicines. And there .. (Tea)

Asian Tea Review - Vietnamese Jasmine Tea

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 Randal Blanchette (September 02, 2008)  Vietnamese teas are produced in many areas of the region and in the country itself, many of the area tea retreats host wonderful views of either the teaming villages or city streets or intoxicating natural beauty from nearby rivers or forested mountains. Places that boast ancient Ruong houses built at the end of the 18th century and some modern structures geared specifically for western . (Tea)

Maximizing the Benefits of Tea

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 Dana Prince (August 31, 2008)  Tea is the world's most popular drink for good reason. Not only is it tasty but it's very good for you as well. Various teas have different health benefits and reasons why people might like to add them to their daily routine. Many people have a favourite breakfast tea and another they like to have later in the day. Herbal teas also have the potential for significant health benefits as .. (Tea)

Green Tea and Health Benefits

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 Darren E Smith (August 30, 2008)  Green tea like the rest of the varieties of tea has its origins in the leaves of the plant that is referred to scientifically as “Camellia Sinensis". Make sure that that the tea you purchase contains Camellia Sinensis, many teas are just blends that won't give you the health benefits. The other three varieties would be the oolong tea, the white tea and the black tea. The Middle .. (Tea)

The Potential Health Benefits of Green Tea Extract

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 Kevin Agrawal (August 27, 2008)  Anyone for a cup of stimulating Green Tea? No thanks? Think again. One cup of refreshing Green Tea consists of a natural mixture of 40 compounds, the best of which are powerful antioxidants called catechin polyphenols, especially epigallocatechin-3-gallate (EGCG), which play a vital role in promoting and keeping our bodies in good health. For centuries the Chinese have known that .. (Tea)

If You Love Tea You Will Want to Buy Tea Accessories

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 April Kerr (August 27, 2008)  A cup of warm tea is the first thing that you can expect after getting up in the morning. It will not only help you to open your eyes but also refresh the mind and make the brain work easily. This is pretty tough to count the benefits of tea as there are quite a number of them. Tea is rich in anti-oxidant content and this is the reason why it plays a great role in flushing all the .. (Tea)

If You Drink Tea You Should Learn About the Different Varieties

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 April Kerr (August 27, 2008)  You will come across very few people who will not like to have a cup of hot tea in the morning. It refreshes the mind and gives you new energy to start the day with a bang. Now you can take tea at any part of the day whenever you feel dizzy or need some extra energy. The benefit of tea is not limited in reenergizing your mind. There are many more that a cup of tea has to offer you. Tea . (Tea)

Insider's Guide to Chinese Teas - Part 4 - Green

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 Kevin Woodward (August 27, 2008)  Imagine a drink that is the very essence of nature, capturing the flavours and aromas of a spring mountain meadow, the morning dew combined with the smells of the earth and flowers. A drink that can restore you and keep you healthy. A drink that revives. What a drink that would be! But there is no need to dream, such a drink is available, and has indeed been available for centuries - .. (Tea)

A Green Tea Guide - Wacky Wulong Tea Does Wonders For Your Waist and Hips

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 Ryan Blanchard (August 22, 2008)  Legend has it, that while a young Chinese tea farmer was busy picking the new, young, spring leaves from the first flush of his prized tea plants. Almost half way through his task, he noticed a small buck nearby. Thoughts of dinner over ran his consciousness, low grumbling noises emanated from his empty belly . . . and he gave chase. Some time later, the farmer returned to his precious . (Tea)

Green Tea Guide - Weight Loss - Simple Switching, Or Beverage Swapping Can Help Melt You Away

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 Ryan Blanchard (August 22, 2008)  Simple switching, or beverage swapping can help melt you away Switch your daily cups of coffee for healthy green tea and reap the rewards, or shed those extra pounds. Green Tea is THE perfect weight loss tea. Negative Calories Count against unwanted Pounds Green Tea uses more calories, than the amount of calories that it replaces in the body. So, when the universal formula of weight .. (Tea)

5 Reasons to Try Gourmet Tea Today

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 M James (August 21, 2008)  Fine gourmet tea is perfect for those who like the finer things in life. If you prefer a home cooked meal from fresh ingredients rather than a microwaved ready meal, or choose your wine based on grape and country rather than what's on offer in the off-licence, why not consider fine loose tea instead of teabags? 1. Health benefits Specialist teas such as green tea provide many .. (Tea)

Wu Yi and Green Tea Benefits

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 Dan Quail (August 20, 2008)  Drinking tea can have many benefits. In particular, drinking wu yi tea or green tea can have even more health benefits. Both green tea and wu yi oolong tea have their advantages. Green tea is the most well known tea for health. It's been said to help you with virtually all aspects of your health, including lowering cholesteral and strengthening your immune system and much more. Wu Yi .. (Tea)

Green Tea Uses - Perfect Beauty Aid?

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 Julian Tai (August 19, 2008)  Green tea is not only a delicious, refreshing beverage; it has also been linked to many health benefits. Green tea uses range from beauty products to weight loss aids to disease prevention. Many studies have proven the benefits of tea consumption, with more on the way every year. Here is an overview of some of its many uses. Relaxing Soothing Beverage It has a small amount of caffeine, . (Tea)

Better Health and Flavour - Reasons to Buy Loose Leaf Tea Instead of Tea Bags

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 Kevin Woodward (August 19, 2008)  Tea bags are essentially a 20th century invention, though they did not take off in a big way until Tetley, the UK tea company, popularised the paper tea bag in the 1950s. The tea bag gradually changed the way that teas was drunk in the UK, tea became an instant drink - put the bag in the cup, add boiling water, a couple of stirs, out with the bag, add the milk and about thirty seconds .. (Tea)

Tea Leaf Meanings

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 Gary Pearson (August 19, 2008)  The reading of tea leaves is an ancient and complex art which has been handed down through the generations. Although it is quite easy to understand the basics of how a reading is given, it takes a special talent to be able to interpret the meanings of what you can see and the deeper tea leaf meanings. There are three different ways of giving tea leaf meanings. The first way is just by .. (Tea)

Why You Should Drink Japanese Green Tea

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 Dan Quail (August 19, 2008)  There are many benefits of drinking Japanese green tea. It's been used in China and Japan for centuries as a weight loss supplement and as a medicine. Today, it's been proven to help your health and aid in weight loss. Weight Loss: Green tea has been known to aid in weight loss since it was first consumed. People in China and Japan used it for this, and now you can too. The reason it .. (Tea)

Chinese Green Tea Health Benefits

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 Dan Quail (August 19, 2008)  Chances are you've probably heard of the health benefits of Chinese green tea. This tea was used as medicine in China for centuries. Today, it's becoming more and more popular worldwide. How did it start? Tea originated in China over 2,000 years ago. There is some legend and mystery surrounding the origin of Chinese tea, however. According to legend, early Buddhists discovered the ta. .. (Tea)

History of Japanese Green Tea

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 Dan Quail (August 19, 2008)  Originally, Japanese green tea came from China. It was originally grown there sometime around the ninth century. It came to Japan by Japanese Buddhist monks who studied in China. They learned about Chinese society and discovered green tea. They brought it back from China. Once in Japan, this tea was used as medicine in Buddhist templates. It was used for monks and aristocrats. .. (Tea)

Buy Wu Yi Tea

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 Dan Quail (August 18, 2008)  If you're looking to improve your quality of life relating to health, or if you're looking to lose a decent amount of weight, you should consider buying some wu yi oolong tea. This tea is grown in southern China in the mountains. In that region, it has been used for hundreds of years as a traditional medicine for aches, pains, and diseases, as well as being used as a method to maintain .. (Tea)

Why a Chinese Tea Shop Can Offer Up an Exotic Cup

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 Julian Tai (August 12, 2008)  Chinese tea has a long and rich history. Chinese tea shops bring us information as well as examples of the beverage that was once brewed exclusively for royalty. Visiting a tea room can take you away from the cares of day to day life. Try a new type of tea, sit and breathe the aromas of the delicate blends. It is the best way to discover your own passion for tea, be it black, oolong, .. (Tea)

Chinese Tea Sets and Accessories

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 Kristi Ambrose (August 09, 2008)  I've always enjoyed tea sets in general, and Chinese tea sets are no exception! These fine products are completely authentic and even “picture" authentic Chinese scenes or pictures on them such as red dragon, peonies, the great wall, lotus, etc. These pieces really are incredible to look at, as well as use. Some of these tea pots even include an ancient process called “Inner . (Tea)

Redbush Tea - You Wont Believe It!

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 Nenad Stojanovic (August 06, 2008)  Commonly called South African red tea or simply red tea or bush tea, the product has been popular in South Africa for generations. Now rooibos tea is consumed in many countries around the world. It is naturally calming, it contains no calories which is good if you are watching your weight, can be enjoyed without sugar as it has no bitterness, contains no colorants, additives or .. (Tea)

Green Tea Information For Beginners

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 Julian Tai (August 05, 2008)  With all of the hype surrounding green tea these days, you may be wondering what this drink is, and why everyone is suddenly wild for it! Here is some green tea information to help you get to know this beverage that is gaining in popularity by leaps and bounds. Green tea, like its cousins black, white and oolong teas, comes from the tea plant, Camellia sinensis. This plant is native to . (Tea)

Arnold Palmer Iced Tea

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 Katie Appleby (August 04, 2008)  This drink gets it name from the famous golfer Arnold Palmer. Arnold Palmer is a refreshing beverage widely known for reviving ones senses. Arnold Palmer himself created the iced tea years ago using lemonade and ice tea. This drink has the flavor of lemon. Today this beverage is served to innumerable clients in health clubs and gold clubs and restaurants. The drink is less sweet than .. (Tea)

The Health Potency of Tea

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 Stephen Lau (August 01, 2008)  For thousands of years, tea has been considered a traditional tonic for the body and soul in the Oriental. Today, it has become an uplifting and invigorating beverage worldwide. In modern times, scientific studies have continually confirmed the health potency of tea, in particular, the link between green tea and human cancer. Other ongoing studies have been conducted to establish its .. (Tea)

Wu Yi Tea FAQ

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 Dan Quail (July 31, 2008)  What is Wu Yi tea? Wu Yi tea is a Chinese tea that has weight loss properties. It is partially oxidized and is typically considered to be between green tea and black tea. The tea is well know to boost your metabolism, which, in turn helps you lose weight. Is there a difference between Wu Yi, Wu Long, and Oolong tea? There is no significant difference between these three types of teas. .. (Tea)

What Are the Short and Long Term Effects of Wu Yi Tea?

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 Dan Quail (July 31, 2008)  Wu Yi, also called Wu Long or Oolong tea, is a tea known for it's multiple benefits. The benefits of drinking this tea are both short term and long term. Some of the benefits are that the tea can supposedly help reverse your aging or slow it down. Other's say it can help you loose weight by boosting your metabolism. Wu long, Wu Yi, and oolong tea are one and the same. Studies have .. (Tea)

Wu Yi Tea Weight Loss Diet

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 Dan Quail (July 30, 2008)  The Wu-Yi tea diet has become a very popular topic among weight loss experts and those who are looking to loose weight. It's also become very popular with celebrities and everyday citizens. People like Oprah and Rachel Ray have given the Wu-Yi diet credit, both full for some and partial for others, for loosing their weight and to give them energy to help loose weight and keep their .. (Tea)

Does Wu Yi Tea Burn Fat?

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 Dan Quail (July 30, 2008)  That's a tough question to answer. Wu-Yi tea is well known for it's ability to help people use weight. While it is commonly misconceived that it radically makes you loose weight simply by drinking it - like a magic pill - it still does help you loose weight successfully. Hundreds and thousands of people have used Wu-Yi tea and have successfully lost weight when doing so. But does it .. (Tea)

Wu Yi Tea

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 Dan Quail (July 30, 2008)  A cup of tea has also been said to refresh, and some have gone as far to say that it can help one lose weight. It can wash away tiredness and make you feel more active. Tea is one of the most popular drinks in the world. Various types of teas have been credited as cures for natural ills such as headaches. Similarly, Wu Yi tea has been credited with the ability to help the person .. (Tea)

Wu Yi Tea Diet

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 Dan Quail (July 30, 2008)  As you may or may not know, Wu Yi tea is virtually the same as Wu Long or Oolong tea. All varieties aver typically described as very flavorful, rich, and sometimes even coffee-like. Usually people say it's a cross between green tea and black tea. The term Wu Yi comes from the mountains in the Fujian Province of China where the tea is grown. One of the main differences between wuyi tea .. (Tea)

Is Wu Yi Tea a Scam?

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 Dan Quail (July 30, 2008)  So, you've heard about the latest weight loss tea, Wu Yi. Wu Yi is virtually the same thing as Wu Long and Oolong. That being said, you might still be wondering if Wu Yi is a scam or not. If you weren't, you probably wouldn't be reading this article, would you? It's often claimed that it has been endorsed by people like Rachel Ray and Oprah, but is that really enough? Let's take a look .. (Tea)

Is Wu Yi Tea and Oolong Tea the Same Thing?

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 Dan Quail (July 30, 2008)  To be short and to the point: yes, oolong tea and wu yi tea are the one and the same. They're both the same type of the. The reason that they have different names and different spellings is because of the language translation. There were two different systems used to translate Mandarin into English. One of these systems used Chinese characters and not letters; one is called the Wades .. (Tea)

What is Wu Yi Tea?

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 Dan Quail (July 30, 2008)  Wu Yi, Wu Long, and Oolong Tea are all virtually the same. Wu Yi tea is grown in the Wu Yi mountain regions in China. Like most other Chinese teas, Wu Yi is known to have certain weight loss properties in it. Essentially, it's a cross between green and black tea. This tea is well known for it's amazing ability to burn calories and for its antioxidant properties. It is fermented and .. (Tea)

Is Wu Yi Tea Better Than Green Tea?

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 Dan Quail (July 30, 2008)  So, you've heard that green tea and wu yi oolong tea can both help you lose weight. Both are well known for their health properties as well as for their ability to help you lose weight. However, you may be wondering which is better? Wu Yi boasts that it helps you loose more weight than green tea does. Is this true? The short answer: yes. And I'll tell you why in the rest of the article .. (Tea)

Gourmet Tea 5 Interesting Facts

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 David Carloni (July 30, 2008)  Dear tea drinker, How are you currently enjoying your beverage? Is it by steeping an ordinary tea bag in your cup, or are you preparing it using loose leaf gourmet tea? Which is it? At the conclusion of this article, tea bags may be a thing of the past for most folks! But don't throw them away, they make good odor absorbers in the refrigerator, in fact, that is all they will seem good .. (Tea)

Best Green Tea From Chai to Iced

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 Julian Tai (July 29, 2008)  Which is the best green tea to drink? Consumers in the east and west have made this beverage extremely popular over the past few years. It seems that every food and beverage company now makes a green tea product, from bagged tea to iced, bottled fruit juice combinations to chai/latte concoctions. How do we wade through the choices to find the best green tea? Different Types Traditional .. (Tea)

Looking at Green Tea For Weight Loss?

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 Ryan Matthews (July 29, 2008)  So you are looking for a natural and safe why to stay healthy and lose weight? Don't we all! Let me introduce to you Green Tea. Ever since Green Tea for Weight Loss was featured on the Oprah Winfrey show it has gotten MASSIVE attention from the media. Why did it get such massive attention? Beside the fact that green tea is an ancient tea herb that originates from China, doctors have .. (Tea)

Best Way to Drink Green Tea For Weight Loss!

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 Ryan Matthews (July 29, 2008)  Chances are pretty good that you have heard about the benefits of green tea and that you have gone ahead and purchased some authentic green tea. As you know green tea promotes weight loss as well as have several health benefits some of which include the inhibiting of cancer forming cells as well as helping to stop the formation of blood clots. But the best benefit of all is probably .. (Tea)

Chinese Green Tea Amazing Health Benefits

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 Julian Tai (July 29, 2008)  By now we have all heard about the amazing health benefits of Chinese green tea. Long used medicinally in China, it has become increasingly popular around the world. Is there a difference between tea grown in China, and tea from other places? What are the origins of tea, and how did it become so popular? How Tea Begin Tea is thought to have originated in China at least 2,000 years ago. .. (Tea)

Understanding Scottish Tea

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 Paul Gerst (July 28, 2008)  With images like Braveheart, Loch Ness, bagpipes and kilts, Scotland occupies a mythic place in the minds of many. But few realize the importance Scotland played in making tea so popular. Scotland's relationship with tea started in the early 1600s, when it was formally introduced to the country. Later, many Scots went to India and Ceylon (now Sri Lanka) to start and run tea estates. .. (Tea)

Teas For Tired People

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 Sherry L Harris (July 26, 2008)  Did you have one of those long days that never seemed to end where everything that could go wrong actually did? Do you find yourself tossing and turning through out the night unable to get to sleep and sleep peacefully through the night so that you are feeling tired and out of steam? Then try one of these great teas for tired people and skip the coffee IV's. Tea # 1 For Tired .. (Tea)




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