Tea aisle, or medicine aisle?2
April 14, 2013 by kittynh
There are those that drink coffee, and those that drink tea. Sure, every once in awhile a tea or coffee drinker will give that other caffeinated beverage a try, but people generally stick with one of the other.
Studies have shown that both coffee and tea (in moderation) are good for our health!
While I admit I love my tea, I was unaware of just how incredibly diverse the health benefits of tea until I visited my first Asian grocery store. My daughters and I discovered these great grocery stores in Boston. Now, whenever we have a chance we visit Asian markets to stock up on our favorite teas, rices, and candy.
Still, who can resist the teas. Not only do I pick up my favorite Jasmine tea at much lower prices than the regular grocery store, I can’t help but pick up a few teas with “special” claims.
- Ode to Tea (piafulton.wordpress.com)
- Tea Time (andeverendeavor.wordpress.com)
- Numi Moroccan Mint Tea (brandiesellers.wordpress.com)
Thanks for the mention! I’ve seen horny goat weed before and definitely laughed out loud. I’m not sure what it is either…
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