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Delightful Tea Recipes - Second Part

James Earle

Publisher: K-Publishing

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Learn how to extract the maximum of useful substances from tea and use plants to make tea, drinks that will improve your health and give energy. Take tea as a tonic, improves digestion, gives energy, promotes good sleep, helps with headaches, increased anxiety, depression, and as a medicine for cough and cold. Try tea from the hips to get rid of colds, and chamomile tea from insomnia. Prepare your own tonic drinks, giving vivacity and energy, eliminating the symptoms of various diseases, with the help of herbal and berry infusions, the recipes of which are contained in this book.
 
This is the second part of this great tea recipes collection.

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