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Tuesday -- Tea Day for me!

Tuesday, March 20, 2018

Just wanted to share a little information I read in Woman's World magazine. Interesting!

Ginger tea -- Sipping ginger tea daily can rev up your metabolism and flush trapped fats, toxins, and salts from your body, relieving bloating, says Brooke Albert, RD, coauthor of "The Sugar Detox."

Rose hip tea -- This tea may help ease joint swelling and inflammation and improve flexibility in just three weeks. How? By blocking the breakdown of cartilage and helping to reverse joint damage.

I am a tea drinker as well as a teapot collector. Hope you are too!

This info has been paraphrased from Woman's World, March 19, 2018 issue. There is lots more info in this issue.

Let's make this 'Tea Tuesday!'

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    Thanks for sharing,Barb.I also read that Hibiscus Tea is a
    good one as well.Haven't been drinking different teas but
    am considering it.Love reading Women's World it is an
    Awesome Magazine! emoticon Linda
    362 days ago
    I am a tea drinker and a teapot collector !
    362 days ago
    Let me know Barb how the Rose hip tea works, please
    362 days ago
    I drink lots of herbal teas, Green, ginko, chamomile, Dandelion, Ginseng, Lemon, lime and ginger I have sage tea pick a few leaves from my plant growing in the garden and steep it in my teapot.

    In the morning after my glass of filtered water before anything else I drink one cup of hot water with one lemon squeezed into it. Helps alkalise the body.

    I do drink 2 cups of organic 99% decaff coffee per day also.
    362 days ago
    I love tea! Had to scale back to decaf for health reasons, but prefer tea over coffee. And I buy and read
    Woman's World sometimes too!

    362 days ago
    Thanks for this info.
    363 days ago
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