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Oolong Tea Slowly Gets Noticed Around the World

The public's awareness of Oolong Tea (Wu Long Tea) may not be as great or as widespread as that of the green or black variants of the popular beverage. But chances are, many have already tasted this ..
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Flavored Iced Tea Comes of Age As Trendy and Healthy ..

Flavored iced or cold tea is the new craze that's sweeping America. Many say these are the new Cokes. These are basic black tea that's jazzed up with fruit or herbal infusions, and drank cold from ..
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White Tea Health Benefits Are Gaining Wider Recognition

The health benefits of white tea are slowly gaining the recognition they deserve. For years, white tea has languished in the shadows of its more popular cousins, green tea and black tea. Now thanks ..
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Drinking Tea May Help Protect Against Heart Attacks, Strokes ..

Ensuring that you include tea in the list of beverages that you consume each day may help strengthen your protection against heart attacks, strokes and other ailments. According to a review of ..
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Hawthorn Tea Discovered to Be an Effective 'Heart Tonic'

Hawthorn Tea has long been regarded by avid herbal tea drinkers and herbal medicine practitioners as an effective ‘heart tonic’. The hawthorn tea is an infusion that comes from the ..
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Nettle Tea Health Benefits Are Now Slowly Being Rediscovered

"The sting of the nettle is but nothing compared to the pains it heals. " That is a phrase that has reverberated for ages in the annals of historical herbal literature. And why not? The Europeans ..
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