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How to Make Pine Needle Tea

How to Make Pine Needle Tea  Pine needle tea is made from (surprise!) pine trees.A cup of pine needle tea contains 5 times the Vitamin C of a cup of orange juice, and is also high in Vitamin A. Pine needle tea may help your body expel phlegm caused by the congestion of colds or …

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How To Make Turmeric Pain Relief Tea

How To Make Turmeric Pain Relief Tea Making turmeric tea is nice and simple, and there are all sorts of variations and adaptations of the recipe, allowing you to customize it to suit your personal tastes. Whichever recipe you use, it’s important that you only use good quality turmeric powder, or alternatively, you can use …

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How To Make Stinging Nettle Tea

How To Make Stinging Nettle Tea Stinging nettles grow wild across the US, Europe and all around the globe. They are highly nutritious and act as an effective remedy for a number of illnesses, injuries and conditions. If you do not want to harvest your own stinging nettles you could always buy them from Amazon HERE …

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16 Unique Uses for Used Tea Bags

16 Unique Uses for Used Tea Bags Everyone is familiar with the health benefits of tea, it fights cancer, reduces risk of stroke and other diseases, and revitalizes body cells. Yet, after you’ve drained your delicious cup of tea, you find yourself discarding the used tea bags,While coffee has made its way into the daily …

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Relieve Arthritis Pain By Drinking Nettle Tea

Relieve Arthritis Pain By Drinking Nettle Tea  Stinging nettles grow wild across the US, Europe and all around the globe. They are highly nutritious and act as an effective remedy for a number of illnesses, injuries and conditions. If you do not want to harvest your own stinging nettles you could always buy them from …

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14 Brilliant Ways to Use Tea Tree Oil in Your Everyday Life

14 Brilliant Ways to Use Tea Tree Oil in Your Everyday Life Tea tree oil, is an essential oil with a color that ranges from pale yellow to nearly colorless and clear,  It is taken from the leaves of the Melaleuca alternifolia, which is native to Southeast Queensland and the Northeast coast of New South Wales, Australia. Tea …

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