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Green Tea Vs Oolong Tea

06th October 2011
The Chinese way of life has employed oolong tea for centuries for its therapeutic capabilities and anti-aging attributes. It is usually steeped, not boiled and the leaves can be reused multiple situations, compared with green teas, and it gets greater eac... Read >
Author: HunterMcneil

Tips On How To Eliminate Your Ovarian Cysts Pain Without Surgery - Five Helpful Methods

24th May 2011
If you're a woman who has the unfortunate experience of living with a cyst on the ovary, then you already know firsthand that the worst part is the anguish. This serious pain is wreaking havoc on your own life and it is stopping you from having fun in the... Read >
Author: stevhp7eap

Benefits Of Drinking Dragon Well Tea & Long Jing Tea

05th January 2011
Green teas have long been high on the list of beverages that can have beneficial effects on the health of those who drink them. The difference between green tea and black tea (the kind most often drunk in western countries) is in the process that is used ... Read >
Author: articlemarketing01@gmail.com

Acne and Green Tea

10th September 2010
Green tea is a drink made from the potency and dried leaves of the Camellia sinesis plant, a shrub local to Asia. Green tea is a type of tea made exclusively with the leaves of Camellia sinensis that has undergone least oxidation during processing. There ... Read >
Author: Juliet Cohen

Green Tea Diet Pills Do They Work

19th July 2010
Green Tea has a long history, but I am certain every person is aware of it, and is previously bored to death reading about it. That's why I'll skip the past and go to existing days. I'll keep only the Chinese people's eco-friendly teas knowledge for later... Read >
Author: Mark Rowland

Know about Warts

05th January 2010
Warts are small harmless tumors of the skin caused by a virus called the human papillomavirus. The HPV virus causes a hard protein called keratin in the top layer of the skin (the epidermis) to grow too much, producing the rough, hard texture of a wart.A ... Read >
Author: genelia

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

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
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