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Old 17-02-2016, 06:41 PM
Mona Monina Mona Monina is offline
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I use peppermint tea, green tea, chamomile and some times sage team when I get my throat infection.
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Old 04-03-2016, 05:58 PM
Somnia Somnia is offline
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I have like 21 boxes of teas in my cabinet. I am a tea-fiend! Muwahahaha! >:3

My "go-to" for stomach problems is anything with ginger or peppermint. For calming I prefer Chamomile and various blends of the Celestial Seasonings Sleepytime teas and Tension Tamer. When I have a sore throat I like their "Throat Tamer" tea or anything with Lemon with honey added to it.

For a caffeine boost I like Spice Chai, Earl Gray, Spiced Orange, Lemon Black Tea, Orchid Vanilla.

I also enjoy Green and White teas for health benefits.

I'm always up for trying different flavors and types of tea, so I'm not exclusive to one particular type. I even like loose leaf tea and don't mind drinking bits of the herbs.

I also prefer my teas hot and unsweetened. When I want sweet tea I'll use honey.

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Old 04-03-2016, 07:20 PM
Skybird Skybird is offline
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currently i am enjoying
green tea
lemongrass tea
orange tea
chamomile tea
raspberry and pomegranate tea
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Old 29-07-2017, 02:53 PM
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I rotate on teas now i am drinking licorice which is good for the liver.
I like green tea good for cancer,peppermint tea for stomach problems.
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Old 30-12-2017, 04:13 PM
Spearmint Leaf Spearmint Leaf is offline
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This forum is so beautiful !!

I love drinking Tisanes and Teas everyday around the clock !!

Currently drinking Thyme & Lemon. SO delicious.

Stinging Nettles Tea is one of my favorites, too .

Have a Blessed Day ~
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Old 01-01-2018, 09:01 PM
pluralone pluralone is offline
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I just bought some Damiana for tea to promote mental clarity. Wanted some chrysanthemum to mix with it (because it tastes good, but also because it supports a balanced immune system), but they were out of stock so I hadn't gotten around to making any tea. I don't like the taste of Damiana on its own, or at least I didn't years and years ago when I tried it once. Now I come across this thread, and right away the solution to my 'problem' is presented: I'll add some lemon grass!

Too late in the day to have my tea now -- I'm super sensitive to nootropic herbs, and I suspect this one might interfere with sleep unless I consume it in the morning. (Or maybe it'll make me drowsy, I don't know.) At any rate, I love the smell of Damiana and am looking forward to discovering what this herb does for my well being. =-)

Oooooo I might add some elder berries instead of lemon grass! That would be yummy too!
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