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  • Hibiscus tea: My ‘fasting diet’ - Not only people in a religious group do fasting, but other people also do the same. Fasting is a term used for abstaining from food and drink for a specified period. Commonly, it works as […]
  • Jiaogulan tea that will improve your emotional wellbeing - The lifestyles of contemporary humans are generally configured for stress buildup, and as societies become more complicated, the stress indicators of many people would surely continue to shoot up. Stress sets the body to produce […]
  • Thailand Jiaogulan Tea Overview - Jiaogulan is a wild plant that can be found in Asian countries, such as China and Thailand. In western countries, it is known as the “miracle plant” because of its ability to heal the most […]
  • Gynostemma Promotes Longevity While Destorying Disease - It said that the greatest wealth any man can possess is good health. Throughout human history, mankind is obsessed with finding the “Fountain of Youth.” The truth is that some people have already found this […]
  • A Beginner’s Guide to Jiaogulan Tea - Introduction Jiaogulan is considered as China’s herb of immortality that possesses the most health benefits for the human race which is scientifically supported. This climbing plant of the gourd family is believed to give people […]
  • How to Start Using Jiaogulan Tea - If you are new to the Jiaogulan tea, it is important to get full information before you can start enjoying it. There is a lot to learn about this tea that many people ignore and only […]
  • The History of Mulberry Tea - Humans have been utilizing the benefits of Mulberry leaves for healing purposes for over 5000 years now. They are one of the oldest herbs known in history. Mulberry leaves are popularly known as a food […]
  • How to Save Money on Buying Jiaogulan Tea - When a product becomes precious like the way this herb of Jiaogulan tea has become, then the likelihood of prices going high is real.   If China were the only country to supply this herb to […]
  • 5 Brewing Tips On Hibiscus Flower Tea - If you’re bored of the regular tea and wish to add a new spin to it, hibiscus is all that you need. The dried flowers give your tea a distinct red color with a tart, […]
  • New Ideas Brewing Mulberry Tea - The Mulberry tree belongs to the Morus plant. Its leaves are natural and produce an herbal, caffeine-free tea, popularly known as Mulberry Tea. Mulberry leaf is claimed to have several benefits for the human body […]