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Rosehip - sounds beautiful, doesn’t it, but what actually is it? Rosehip tea is derived from the dried fruits and buds of the rose flower that develop after ...

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Ginger tea - tasty all year round. But when is it particularly handy? Right now! Not only great for your digestive health, ginger tea can also be used to ...

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White tea - what is it? It might sound like a milky cup of English Breakfast, but White Tea is actually a particular strain of green tea made from the Camellia ...

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I had the recent honour to try out GIMBER - a new product on the market made partly to challenge that old-dinosaur culture of heavy alcohol-drinking by ...

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Hoogly is the way you pronounce ‘hyggelig,’ a Nordic word used to capture the combined feelings of homely warmth and well being. Hygge is an experience; a ...

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There were many reasons why the Dutch wanted to conquer Indonesia so vigorously. One of the prominent reasons, at least per what history suggests, was that ...

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Debs Teale (nee Taylor), is an example of how finding your purpose through Social Prescribing can help transcend every limiting belief and lifestyle issue that ...

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Whether you drink it as your traditional morning pick-me-up, your afternoon brew with your favourite biscuit , or your evening de-stress and wind-down -good ...

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As a fermented drink, kombucha aims to improve gut health and its popularity is definitely growing. We had the chance recently to sample Captain Kombucha's ...

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Tea (or the great English 'cuppa') has obviously become a staple of our country’s tastes and habits and is here to stay. But if you're not really into it like ...

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You may be wondering - gunpowder tea, really? Well, gunpowder tea is a strain of Chinese green tea which literally translates as “pearl tea” in English. It ...

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The natural flavour of peppermint (or ‘mentha piperita’ in its Latin form) is a combination of spearmint and watermint, and is one of Earth’s oldest herbs, ...

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Oolong (in Chinese: 烏龍) tea originally came from the Chinese name (烏龍茶) which means "black dragon tea" and is a traditional Chinese tea (from the Camellia ...

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Lemon Verbena (Aloysia citriodora or Lippia citriodora) is a tropical perennial plant from the Verbenaceae family originating from South America (Chile and ...

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Nowadays we know everything about green, white, black and red tea but what about blue tea? No, it's not a tea simply mixed with some “E” food colouring! Blue ...

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