Herbal Teas For Colds: DIY Tea Mix

This post may contain affiliate links Using herbal teas for colds, are one of my favorite, and most enjoyable way of utilizing the power of nature’s medicine cabinet. Herbal teas, in their wonderful varieties, taste yummy, are comforting and are warming, just when we need it the most. This DIY Autumn Tea Mix is one …

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Turmeric-Ginger Tea Recipe

This post may contain affiliate links, see disclaimer page for details This beautiful tea made by combining two powerful natural healing plants – Turmeric and Ginger – does not only taste great and exotic but is filled with inflammation-reducing properties, while boosting your immune system. Beginning in September and reaching all the way until Spring, …

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22 Interesting Facts About Tea

  Hi, and happy Hump-Day (Wednesday, of course)! I love everything about tea, so it is no surprise that I love collecting interesting facts about tea, and anything related to it. Today, I wanted to share a list of 22 facts, that might surprise you. check it out:   22 Facts about Tea In Russia …

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The Health Benefits of Peppermint Tea

My favorite herbal tea is Peppermint tea. It’s leaves when brewed loose are a perfect match for Tea Leaf Reading (more on that in an upcoming book, stay tuned! ) . But it also holds plenty of health benefits, that make this tea not only delicious but an important staple in anyone’s household. Simply place one …

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10 Quick Facts About Oolong Tea

———- This post may contain affiliate links ————— Today,  I want to share 10 quick facts about Oolong Tea that you might not have known. Oolong Teas contain more Caffeine than green tea, but less caffeine than other black teas. It is a very smooth, relaxing cup of tea. To brew this tea, steep it for 1 …

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Refreshing Citrus Green Iced Tea Recipe

—  The following post may contain affiliate links — Do you know the origin of iced tea?  According to legend, Richard Blechynden, an enterprising English merchant, was put in charge of the tea pavilion during the St. Louis Fair, in 1904 . Unfortunately, in planning for the Fair, he never considered the potential impact of weather. …

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Best Of Zazzle – Funny Mugs # 1

Hi there! Whenever I get a chance, I collect interesting, pretty and sometimes funny cups and mugs. One of my favorite places to go to for the latter, is Zazzle, and I wanted to share with you some of my personal favorite, today. Check  out these custom designed mugs by independent artists, and designers:   …

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New Look, New Host, New Everything, And Coffee

The following is a Weekend Coffee Share Blog Post – you can share some coffee with us here! Finally, I found a host for my website that I can live with. After my Wix fiasco earlier this year, I am happy to have found a WordPress hosting site for me. While I am still working …

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Tea Leaf Reading Symbol Dictionary: Letter Z

Welcome to the last day of the April Blogging Challenge. I hope you all had a great month and enjoyed this series. I enjoyed visiting the many participants, who had some of the most interesting themes. But, as with all challenges, I am glad it is over. Today, I am going to leave you with the …

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Tea Leaf Reading Symbol Dictionary: Letter Y

Hi, and welcome back. I am sharing with you today the letter Y of our tea leaf reading symbol dictionary. I hope you had fun during this series and learned a lot about tea and tea leaf reading. As I mentioned yesterday, I am working on a book about the subject, and will share with …

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