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March 25, 2016


Why is This Tea Called Gunpowder?

Other common tea in China since the Tang Dynasty is Gunpowder tea. It was known then gunpowder teaas Green Pearl Bahea and Hyson. The name Gunpowder was given in the 19th century when a British clerk noticed that the tightly rolled tea leaves resembled pelleted gunpowder for cannons. 

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Introducing NEW Organic Moroccan Mint

Surprisingly, Morocco is one of the leaders among all countries for tea purchases in the world.
moroccan mintMoroccans drink as much tea as the Chinese. The history of
Moroccan Mint Tea begins in mid-19th century.

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March 16, 2016

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Help Kill Candida With our Powerful Tea Blend

Most of you have heard about Candida Albicans. It is a fungus that lives in small amount in Candida Clarity Blend from our mouth and guts. It only becomes problems when it overgrows.When this happens,  it can break down the intestinal walls and penetrate the blood stream. It is possible to cure candida overgrowth naturally, but it requires a lot of self-discipline.  It requires a proper diet, probiotic  and digestive enzymes.  Another important part of the protocol is anti-fungal herbal yeast remedies as they enter the blood stream when probiotics cannot.

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March 13, 2016

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Introducing Spicy Good Mood Tea

Looking for a tea with some zip that will lift you up? Then look no further than Spicy Good Mood Tea.

Spicy Good Mood Tea

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March 11, 2016

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Introducing Emrok Nandi Royal Orthodox Tea

Emrok, SFTGFOP- 1 (Super Fine Tippy Golden Flowery Orange Pekoe Grade 1)

Emrok Tea (Ogirgir Estate) is growing in Nandi County in Kenya’s Rift Valley region. It was established in 1962 consisting of 1,000 acres of pure tea. 

Emrok tea from Culinaryteas.com 

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March 07, 2016

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Raspberry Leaf Herbal Tea for Women's Health

Raspberry Leaf is helpful for women of all ages.  In particular, many report the benefits of Raspberry Leaf to prevent miscarriage and minimize menstrual cramps. For century Raspberry leaves were used by women during pregnancy, labor and breastfeeding.
Raspberry leaves tea from culinaryteas 

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March 04, 2016

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What Tea Is Strong Enough to Stand up a Spoon?

It is well known that Ireland is one of the World's largest tea consumers. An average Irish
organic irish Breakfast from culinaryteas.com person drinks 6 cups of tea per day. Tea was introduced to Ireland in the early 1800 and quickly spread through all of Ireland both rural and urban.The Irish love strong tea. In the old days tea was continuously brewing on the stove.

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