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How-To Use Teabags in the Bath

Sometimes the things we enjoy the most are also the most simple. Bathwater imbued with a pleasant scent and healing herbal properties from a simple addition of tea is an example of this. There are a plethora of companies and craftsmen that design bath additives. These lovely products have their uses of course, but depending ...

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Are the Tannins in Green Tea Unhealthy?

Most people think of green tea as being a healthy drink – and for good reason. People who choose green tea as their drink of choice may be reducing their risk of heart disease, cancer, dementia, stroke, diabetes, and even lowering their risk of obesity. Although more research is needed to confirm these positive effects, ...

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The Effectiveness of Herbal Remedies

It is widely believed that herbal remedies are capable of treating many health problems. The most attractive aspect of herbs is the belief that they can work as well as conventional medicines, with little to no side effects. To many “cure all herbal remedies” simply sound too good to be true. However, and while herbs ...

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The Health Benefits of Eating Persimmons

If you’d like to add a little variety to your diet and still eat healthy, you may want to consider adding some persimmons to your grocery cart. This often overlooked fruit is growing in popularity as people become more open to exploring different tastes. Although this fruit has yet to gain mainstream popularity in the ...

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Side Effects from Drinking Green Tea

The popularity of drinking green tea continues to rise as more people discover the health benefits this drink has to offer. Although most of the studies supporting the benefits of green tea have been animal studies, it appears likely that many of these health benefits will apply to humans as well. With all of the ...

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Best 5 Wines to Serve with Roast Beef

Are you planning on making a scrumptious roast beef in the coming weeks? If so, you may be racking your brain over what wine to serve with the meal. In my experience, well-balanced, red wines with firm, smooth tannins and oak flavorings tend to work well. With that said, here’s a quick rundown on five ...

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Tea Tannins: Are They Bad for You?

If you are a tea drinker it’s almost certain that you’ve heard of tea tannins, which are plant derived chemicals associated with tea. But when it comes to tannins there is a lot of confusion and even some misleading information concerning possible health risks. To help clear up some of this confusion we need to ...

Tannins’ Styptic and Healing Properties as Health Guardians

Tannins are a broad class of compounds that are found in many of the foods and drinks that we consume, including chocolate (the cocoa in it), red wine, grapes, cranberries, even coffee (both regular and decaffeinated), and, most especially, tea. Tannins have such extraordinary qualities that are often misunderstood or ignored. Even the term ‘tannins’ ...

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The World’s Highest Antioxidant Tea

Rooibos Tea is quite possibly a gift from heaven itself. Originating in South Africa, this drink is quickly becoming the beverage of choice for tea enthusiasts out there. A couple of years ago, this tea was virtually unheard of, only living in the shadow of its caffeinated cousin, Green Tea. In the present day, their ...

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The Health Risks of Tea

More people are enjoying the tea experience these days not only for taste but for the apparent health benefits. Although most animal studies and the limited number of human studies that have been carried out support the health benefits of drinking tea, even tea drinking may not be without its risks. Here are some of ...