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The Best Gift of All: Tea

December 19, 2007


It is no wonder that for centuries both the Western and Eastern cultures have turned to tea for its calming and soothing effects as well as for treatment of maladies, such as stomachaches and migraines (click here for more tea information).  What a gift!

Tea kills germs — drinking 20 oz. daily for two weeks can double the immune system’s infectious fighting output.

Tea reduces stress – green tea flavored with peppermint counteracts stress by improving relaxation response and 4 cups of black tea per day lowers stress hormones in the bloodstream after emotional situations.

Tea improves skin – whether you drink it or apply if topically, green tea polyphenol can improve the appearance of wrinkles, wounds and rosacea and protect from ultraviolet carcinogens.

Who wouldn’t want to be healthy (kills germs), relaxed (reduces stress) and look younger (improves skin) especially during the holiday season?  Give the gift of tea…who could ask for more…make sure to visit the Holiday Catalog at www.bigelowtea.com.

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