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May 08, 2019 14:36:09

CLASSIC tea. WONDERS of NATURE (2) cinnamon

by @lucjah PATRON | 208 words | 49🔥 | 326💌

Lucjah

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As I just wrote...


So my world was HerbalTealess... 

Until... 

I met @philh and his favourite, Classic Yogi Tea! My Love Tea World turned upside down and inside out! THEY were the answers to all of my hopes and searches.

Them, clean of poisons, full of wonders!

Actually:

YOGI TEA® Classic is the tea with which everything started! 
Yogi Bhajan served it after yoga classes to his students in 1969. 
This tea has a concentrated exoticism of wonderful spices. The subtle message of this tea is: 


Abundance and contentment.


So, there they are, them wonderful spices:

cinnamon*

Modern science has now confirmed what people have known for ages. Here are 10 health benefits of cinnamon that are supported by scientific research. It is full of antioxidants; has anti-inflammatory properties; may cut the risk of heart diseaseimproves sensitivity to insulin; lowers blood sugar; has beneficial effects on neurodegenerative diseases (characterized by progressive loss of the structure or function of brain cells); may protect against cancer (appears to be toxic to cancer cells); fights bacterial and fungal infections (Cinnamon oil [Cinnamaldehyde] effectively treats respiratory tract infections caused by fungi and inhibits the growth of certain bacteria.); antimicrobial effects of cinnamon may also help prevent tooth decay and reduce bad breath.


And then there is...

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    @lucjah I am more of a coffee drinker. Here are my problems with tea and perhaps you have solutions. For one, when using tea bags there is the whole idea of steeping and too much/too little, which is a lot to manage for a consistent cup of tea. I just want to drink and don't want timers or worrying about when to take the tea bag out. Another challenge is that I have found tea to be too "earthy" for more liking. Perhaps I need a spicier tea in which I would be less inclined to want to add unhealthy ingredients.

    Brandon Wilson avatar Brandon Wilson | May 08, 2019 07:26:06
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      @brandonwilson I really honestly wholeheartedly recommend Classic Yogi Tea IF you like cinnamon, ginger, cardamon and cloves that is! But it's really well balanced...
      I must confess am using tea bags as well (so not bon ton!). But I like it - exactly of reasons you seem not to like it, because I can regulate the intensity of my tea according to my liking. I like less strong with lemon and very very strong with milk (and... yeah... sugar :-/
      Actually the qualities of a particular tea may depend on time you brew it. Its the same with coffee. "My barista" (NO beard though!!!) told me that (with drip) if you make a longer pause while pouring the water at the beginning, the coffee will be sweeter, if in the middle of the process, then it will be more bitter, at the end it gains acidity. I imagine there are the same tricks with tea, yet... I could never be bothered. Maybe one day, when I finally gather my strength to finish with coffee...

      Lucjah avatar Lucjah | May 08, 2019 16:49:59
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      @lucjah I'd be willing to experiment with Classic Yogi Tea. The main thing for me is consistency. Sometimes I make a cup of coffee that just fires on all cylinders. I want that every time.

      Brandon Wilson avatar Brandon Wilson | May 08, 2019 08:22:06
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