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English Tea: One-Stop Shopping

18th November 2009
Since tea became the unofficial national drink of England, it is unsurprising to know that many English tea shops are on England's vicinity nowadays. Probably for most people the sights of several English tea shops is just so natural for the fact that the... Read >
Author: Garland Drake

The Origin Of China Black Tea

13th March 2009
Like all typical teas, China black tea comes from the leaves of the Camellia sinensis plant grown originally in the Yunnan Province of China and available only for export to the foreign markets. Today, China black tea is still a favorite among tea drink... Read >
Author: Jonas Smith

Barry's Tea is A Real Irish Tea

11th January 2009
For a good cup of tea, start in Ireland. More of this drink is consumed per person in Ireland than any other place. Although many teas are labeled Irish, don't be confused when looking for authenticity. Irish teas usually are black and have a full-bodi... Read >
Author: Robert Palmer

Easy Home Remedy For Pink Eye

03rd December 2008
Pink eye, also known as conjunctivitis, is swelling and redness of the membranes (conjunctiva) on the inner parts of the eyelid and the eye surface. Pink eye is very common. It is usually not serious, and often goes away in a few days without medical trea... Read >
Author: Ash

Pu-erh tea: About this new Celebrity Slimming tea.

17th November 2008
Pu-erh tea has been known for more than a thousand years in China, with a relatively lower profile to other more elegant Chinese tea varieties. Recently however it has acquired celebrity status in China, attracting much attention and investment due allege... Read >
Author: EnJie

Importance of Green Tea

17th June 2008
Green tea is found out to be a good drink. It has anti cancer nutrients and it is better than coca cola, coffee or other black teas. Epigallocatechin gallate (EGCG), an antioxidant found in green tea, is at least 100 more times more effective than vitamin... Read >
Author: Sander Bel
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