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Black Tea

Posted by oakleif z6 AR (My Page) on
Sun, Dec 28, 08 at 0:24

Take a strong infusion of black tea (2 tsp of tea leaves per cup of boiling water),without milk or sugar for diarrhea, food poisonig,or dysentery. Also a cantonese remedy for hangovers.

POULTICE- Place used teabags on tired eyes. (soothes the eyes ya know.)Damp tea leaves can also soothe insect bites.

Wash- a weak tea can cool sunburn.

CAUTION-Sufferers from irregular heartbeat,pregnant women and nursing mothers should limit intake to no more than 2 cups a day.becausehigh intake of caffene can lead to increased heart rate.

People with stomach ulcers should avoid excessive consumption because the bitter taste can stimulate gastric acid production.


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RE: Black Tea

Just for reference two Teaspoons of black tea is about 3.4 grams (0.12 Oz) and the average teabag has 2 grams of tea in it, but its very finely ground.


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