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  1. #31
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    Hey, has anyone tried turmeric tea? It's good for inflammations.

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    Quote Originally Posted by IAmCamille View Post
    Hey, has anyone tried turmeric tea? It's good for inflammations.
    Yes, actually, I have and still have it in the cabinet somewhere. Regrettably, I didn't find it helpful, but certainly worth a shot - I recommend adding natural agave rather than milk

  3. #33
    You should not drink it too often though as it's a blood thinner esp if you're on anticoagulants.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Enthydr View Post
    You should not drink it too often though as it's a blood thinner esp if you're on anticoagulants.
    Thank u, I didn't know that actually, I am on a blood thinner. It doesn't taste good with milk and sugar (not to my liking anyway). I find when drinking tea, its the experience that counts. I also enjoy coffee at times; as well. Right now, I've been experimenting with Coriander Tea - the brand I've been using is from Sri Lanka. I find honey with 1/2 packet of aspartame (bad Sal ... hehe) is refreshing. Please use caution with phenylalanine .. as it can increase anxiety in some people.

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    Quote Originally Posted by salvator here View Post
    I find when drinking tea, its the experience that counts. I also enjoy coffee at times; as well. Please use caution with phenylalanine .. as it can increase anxiety in some people.
    I agree. It's the experience that counts. I drink coffee in the morning before I do my daily tasks and it's been my ritual ever since.

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    Yes, I quite enjoy tea

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    I need a miracle cure for this hay fever!

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Scottish Pedro View Post
    I need a miracle cure for this hay fever!
    Apparently, there's none. All we can do is relieve the symptoms and stay out of pollens.

  9. #39
    Yup, don't go near pollens definitely! Or wear a mask I think then immediately take a bath when you get home.

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    How I wish, there's a miracle cure but I agree, there's no other way to get rid or avoid it but to not come near pollens.

 

 

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