An ancient Chinese legend: Once there was a man who knew 100,000 healing properties of herbs. He taught his son 80,000 secrets. On his deathbed, he told his son to visit his grave in five years, and there he would find the other 20,000 secrets. When the son went to his father's grave, he found, growing on the site, the tea shrub....
Teas are the gentle, natural, most beneficial way to absorb the healing properties of herbs--easily and inexpensively. A simple cup of tea not only has the power to soothe and relax but to deliver healing herbal agents to the bloodstream more quickly than capsules, tinctures, or infusions. Feeling tired? Rose hip tea will rev you up and beautify your skin. Need some help with your diet? Ginger tea will provide the boost you need and help aching joints too. Hot or iced, these pure and simple drinks offer delicious ways to stay healthy and revitalize you from the inside out. This unique guide offers:
An A-Z listing of common ailments followed by the teas best used to treat them
Instructions on how to create your own medicinal kitchen
Advice on creating your own tea blends
Descriptions of the top 100 herbs and their secret healing properties
And much, much more!
ABSOLUTELY THE BEST BOOK to quickly learn what teas treat what ailments!!Published 1 day ago by Lynn
I really enjoyed this book, not in the sense of a novel or biography, but like a book with a lot of really helpful info! If you read this like a book it may get boring. Read morePublished 14 days ago by Garrett Heng
Very informative. I have not had the time to read through the whole book yet, but so far i am happy.Published 1 month ago by Sherri Nelson
This book is a wonderful guide for the novice tea enthusiast. I loved tea, but didn't know much about it (what teas would be good for what ails you) Now I feel like an expert. Read morePublished 1 month ago by emily larriva
Bought this book years ago, this one is for a friend. If you want to know about herbs and what they are good for and would like to make a tea. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Lawrence Humphries