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2 years 9 months ago #23248 by jo.m
jo.m replied the topic: Tea
Hi Marley
Yes T2 has a lot of choice and I do seem to have a few in my pantry!! I am a fan of Turkish Cherry and Turkish Apple they are very refreshing :)

Hi Wendles,
Can you PM me the online tea company you use so I can have a look please :)

Thanks Jo :)

"Just thinkin' about tomorrow
Clears away the cobwebs and the sorrow 'til there's none

When I'm stuck with a day that's grey and lonely
I just stick out my chin and grin and say, oh

The sun will come out tomorrow
So you gotta hang on
'til tomorrow, come what may!"

Annie - The Movie

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2 years 9 months ago #23249 by Marley
Marley replied the topic: Tea
Hi Wendles :cheer:
How do you grow Lemon Grass. I manage to kill pretty much anything, and wondered about Lemon Grass because I use it in cooking and would also make a tea from it (assuming I did not kill it.) Does it require special soil or care instructions?
Thanks
Marley

Once I could laugh with everyone
Once I could see the good to me
Holding the world inside
Now the world is grey to me
Nobody can see you gotta believe it
Oh oh the night comes down
And I get afraid of losing my way
Oh oh the night comes down
And it’s dark again
“The Night Comes Down” Queen

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2 years 9 months ago #23250 by Marley
Marley replied the topic: Tea
Hi Wendles
I would also like to know who you go to on line.

Hi Jo M
T2 can be bought on line. I have several boxes of a depleating stock and I cringe at what restocking will do to my budget, but the heath benefits I did not believe until the dietitian said about those ..... must are working well. I said I couldn't tollerate ...... and had started with T2 and we parted ways because I did not follow her instructions! I now have a new dietitian who believes in the psysiological affects of tea.

Marley

Once I could laugh with everyone
Once I could see the good to me
Holding the world inside
Now the world is grey to me
Nobody can see you gotta believe it
Oh oh the night comes down
And I get afraid of losing my way
Oh oh the night comes down
And it’s dark again
“The Night Comes Down” Queen

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2 years 9 months ago #23251 by Wendles
Wendles replied the topic: Tea
Hi Marley,
Lemon grass is easy to grow. I have been giving bits of mine to friends as it multiplies and makes it easy to dig one out. It grows like a grass and doesnt need special treatment. I put mine in a pot as it got too big to handle where it was. it is so nice to have fresh lemon grass for curries and tea. Hope you dont kill it.
Wendles

There is always a SMILE
in your day,
you just need to find it!

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2 years 9 months ago #23252 by Marley
Marley replied the topic: Tea
Thanks Wendles
When the ground is not such a bog, I will plant some and see if it is as easy to grow as you recon B)
To date, I have killed the well established Oliander, Bamboo and Cactus... things people said I would never get rid of, but somehow I managed. I do have some healthy roses and AloeVera though, and a trough where I plant and kill herbs in the spring. LOL. Will try lemon grass next.
Thanks for the tip.
Marley

Once I could laugh with everyone
Once I could see the good to me
Holding the world inside
Now the world is grey to me
Nobody can see you gotta believe it
Oh oh the night comes down
And I get afraid of losing my way
Oh oh the night comes down
And it’s dark again
“The Night Comes Down” Queen

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2 years 8 months ago #23317 by Wendles
Wendles replied the topic: Tea
Well Marley, I hope you manage to grow the lemon grass as it is wonderful to use. You should be fine if you can grow roses, I kill them lol :cheer:
Wendles

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in your day,
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