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EGRAMMY
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6/14/12 7:47 A

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From Dr Oz to treat mood swings naturally....some can be in tea form....read link for info...
Lemon balm for crankiness....
Passion Flower for Nervousness
L-Theamine for stress
www.doctoroz.com/videos/all-natural-cures-
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Thanks HONEYPI for the info on hibiscus. DH has cut the coffee and drinks almost only tea now.

Here's a recent Dr Oz idea "Slippery Elm tea is a lubricant and allows bowel movement. Start with 1 cup and go to 3 cups a day." Good idea for old folks.


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My doctor recommended that I start drinking hibiscus tea because my BP is getting high. She wants me to drink 2-3 cups per day and make some other dietary changes before going the 'medication' route. I have been drinking it hot and also making some for iced tea which is really yummy. I bought some loose organic hibiscus flowers on Amazon.com from Davidson's and also bought tea bags from Republic of Tea. I like them both. I am not a big tea drinker, I usually have coffee in the morning, but now I am down to 1-1 1/2 cups of coffee (half decaf) per day. I hope this will help my BP because I really don't want to start a medication for it.

I'm new on this Tea Party tea and I hope to learn more about the joys of tea!emoticon

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Dr OZ website says "Red clover tea contains isoflavones, which can help regulate estrogen that contributes to fat on your bottom.?

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Dr Oz reminded today that hisbiscus tea helps lower blood pressure

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Teas for weight loss from Dr Oz
Drinking tea at the right time and the best tea. Bryce Wylde
1, Shrinks fat cells in the morning. Pu erh tea in the morning. A fermented tea. Tasters said mild and you don't need sugar.
2. Blocks fat storage from lunch. Drink white tea. 2 cups at lunch. Reduces stress.
3. Afternoon tea. Drink chickweed tea to drop bloating. Mild diruetic. Safe. Only 1 cup in the afternoon...Tasters said somewhat fruity. An herbal tea.
4. Bilberry tea helps balance glucose and stop cravings. He says 1 cup a day. Tasters said a little medicinal. 1 cup a day.

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Drinking black tea is good for your heart. The tea contains antioxidants that will help prevent hardening of the arteries

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2/12/12 1:04 A

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Learn how to make eye pillows with tea blog.mightyleaf.com/eye-pillows-that-pampe
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Tea therapy from Dr Oz Website www.doctoroz.com/blog/mao-shing-ni-lac-dom
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TEAS FOR YOUR HEALTH BY DR OZ www.doctoroz.com/videos/teas-fight-disease
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I read on the Dr Oz website that chamomile tea helps when trying to stop smoking.
That would be a good thing.

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I don't know if I could stomach the sage tea. Sage tastes like soap to me.

There ain't much fun in medicine, but there's a heck of a lot of medicine in fun.

- Josh Billings, 19th Century Humorist


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Healing Herbal teas from Dr. Oz website www.doctoroz.com/videos/healing-herbal-tea
s-pt-1
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What do you think?

Look for part 2 near bottom of link page.

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