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Tea Notions & Potions: The Superstition of Tea

30th September 2010
When tea arrives in the Western world in the 17th century it came with a healthy bundle of superstitions. In part this may tie to all the mystical qualities ascribed to various herbs. Smart merchants always had a good story to help sell their goods. The m... Read >
Author: Steve Churchill

Tea consumption culture in the UK

08th January 2010
For many people in the UK, the day starts with a tired stumble towards the kettle for their morning cup of tea before facing the rest of the day. In fact, British people are the second largest tea consumers in the world; on average this works out to about... Read >
Author: Philip Youngwood

List of Chinese Inventions

07th September 2009
Chinese inventions will give you a sense of how critical these discoveries were when it came to building civilizations. Joseph Needam, a British scholar, recognized the importance of these discoveries. He studied these inventions extensively, even l... Read >
Author: Robert Bell

Harmful Effects of Drinking Excessive Tea

17th September 2008
People drink tea to relax. A sizzling cup is refreshing. Yet, excessive tea is not advisable. It is harmful to health. It slowly affects the body systems. The habit of drinking too much tea should be avoided. Why so? Why One Should You Avoid Excessive ... Read >
Author: Amitabh Kumar
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