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Ginger tea and God's great sense of humor ...

Saturday, January 19, 2013

I woke up with an inquiring mind. I know that God put everything on this earth to work for the good. Soooo, I thought what about the herbs and stuff he threw at us. I pulled up a few herbal and natural remedy sites, and found out that there is a lot of great natural stuff I can add to my daily life, that may support getting my cholesterol evened out. And some of it even helps with by bad knees. One of the wonderful things I read is how healthy the teas are I already love. Green, black, white tea. Oh my. So I will keep drinking those. Bonus points for me. And then I read how wonderful fresh Ginger tea is to reduce inflammation and helping to reduce high cholesterol levels. I happen to always keep fresh gingerroot around for recipes. So I boiled chopped ginger in water to make a lovely pot of ginger tea. T'is yummy and healthy. I think God has a great sense of humor since He already provided an out for me. Typical I would be the last to know, lol.
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  • CHARITY46
    Thanks for the hot meal offer, but I'm in central Indiana, so it's probably not gonna work out. Thanks for the goodie! You are so sweet. I appreciate all the kind encouragement I've gotten. I'm surprised nobody has scolded me for not preparing properly for this. Thanks again, sweetie!

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    1419 days ago
  • SCHNOOTIE
    I love loose black teas like English and Irish Breakfast tea, Darjeeling, Russian blend, then I enjoy any kind of green tea and white tea, also loose. Rooibos is a tea I never really liked but am willing to try again. I liked some blends it was in. Then just a bit ago, I bought something called Honeybush Vanilla tea. It is really good, a little on the sweet side, almost looks like Rooibos tea. I don't care for fruit teas, because I find they have too much acid.
    1420 days ago
  • RUNNINGOMA
    I LOVE ginger (fresh) and will have to try that.
    So what is your favorite tea? Of course here we have so many types to choose from - many I had no idea about. I love rooibos and today I was drinking orange ginger. I don't taste the ginger that much though, so would like to try it the way you made it. emoticon
    1420 days ago
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