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Soothing tea ?

Just thought I'd try this

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Very nice soulboy. I love teas like that. Hope you enjoy it. Xxxxxxx

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It's quite nice , but not sweet

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I know, that’s what I like. Xxx

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I need sweetening up sassy so its 2 sugars for me

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Ah, well I’m sweet enough....lol. Xxxx

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Sugar and spice and all things nice ,😁

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👍🤯🍯 of course xxx 😀

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I'm obviously snips and snails and puppy dog tails 🐌🐕

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You? Never! Xxx 😂

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I Like this Ginger Tea, good for breathing, my favourite being "Camomile & Honey" Lovely. Though I love my Columbian Coffee . Enjoy SB118, (makes you sound like a "Boy Band ") Ha Ha xxxxx

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Perhaps the SB118's could cover ariana grande's single breath ( my granddaughter loves that song hence me knowing about it

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I Love her, been an older fan for a long time, as my Granddaughters have. all her songs are Brilliant. Yes, A New Boy Band is Due out, Maybe sell your rights to your New label. XXXX

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Simon Cowell is rich and daft enough to buy it I hope,😆

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Can try and get Amanda To ask him, she's popular right now. X

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Tell you what , if amanda asks nice she can have the rights to me ( sorry my lable lol) for nothing 😉🤣

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Tried this in the last week. Usually dont touch anything with ginger but this is lovely. Love organic camomile as well.

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These teas are getting more complicated

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Think i will stick to Shiraz or Syrah grape tea which comes in a handy 75 cl bottle but i may well give it a whirl as it sounds perfect for soothing a dry throat. :)

Ski's and his cat.

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It is

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It is probably the same as my "Pink Liquid" I have the "Wine Snob Glass" to go with it. Wink. XXXX

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Glass?who needs a glass?must be a girly thing lol :) xxx

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So a half pint glass wont do eh , lol

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Yes, it is a half pint wine glass,

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That half pint glass was the very essence of a sophistication at Yates wines lodge in the 70s lol

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I remember,good old Yates,y. X

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It was always packed in liverpool and would kick off at the drop of a hat , lol great fun though

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It wasnt the place for nice young ladies though, Cavern was my era, then Philharmonic pub.

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Surprised you didnt bump into my older brother then he went to the cavern , he liked liverpool and manchester

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I'm not much older than you SB118, I think ? I am younger than Twiggy by 2 years, she was my Idol for fashion. xxx

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I turned 28 two days ago ,lol (62 actually) I'm a Heinz 1957 baby as my mum always said

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December 51, 5 years on you then. It's only a Number, I married my "Toy Boy" 20 years ago. Best thing I ever Did. xxx

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I'm glad your happy , if we get the basics of life right hopefully everything else will fall into place

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It certainly wasnt afternoon tea at Ritz lol

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No, More like Water Sk-ing in Spain with a few Sangria's later. Ha Ha. xxx

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Sangria ahhhhhh, a highlite of a spanish holiday One of the better things in life , it makes up for the ryan air flight ( cattle truck) there and back which must be endured

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I thought I'd found the elixir of life when I started having a bedtime drink of manuka honey and whisky, until my Diabetic (Type 2) dietician brought me back down to earth with a bump. I think I'll give this a try. 🙂

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Nice hot or cold don

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Sounds interesting, I cannot take the citruses, and use Cranberry and Raspberry, every now and again I buy Manuka Honey, to go on bread, but is very expensive.

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Love cranberry

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Good for the water works. 😉

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Excellent for it don

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Oh last thing I need so I had better not touch it 😀

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Dont think of babbling brooks or waterfalls then

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😂😂😂

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Good choice 👍 I like the Pukka teas too.

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i am more inclined towards Pukka pies,maybe they do a steak and kidney with infused manuka honey gravy :) x

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🥧. I like the Pukka leek and potato pie. Some new teas have really weird flavour combinations. It would not be at all surprising to find a steak, kidney and honey tea. Personally I’m not sure I’d like to try it though 😄

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I have never come across the Pukka leak and potato pie,maybe it's only available further oop north but it sounds nice.i did some research on this wonder tea and apparently it contains loads of liquorice root which supposedly is not good for pregnant people but thankfully my recent ct scan reveals that i wouldn't have a problem trying it. :)

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If you put chips with that steak an kidney and honey drink I'd try that

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I'm a northern lad I luuuuuuv pies lol

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Medical grade Manuka honey was used on a surgical wound infection I had after my CABG. It was from my harvested vein. It worked very well.

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My dad had the same. He had an infection in the surgical wound from where the vein in his leg was taken and it was only the Manuka honey that healed it.

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I learned in history that Vikings used to use honey in wounds to stop infection

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I was recommended thyme tea for my poor lungs and have found it helps. I had a little pot of thyme on the window sill and used to make it myself with a little infuser affair that goes in the cup. I chucked the plant out though as a precautionary measure because I have an allergy to aspergillus.

I also drink fennel tea - does nothing for the poor lungs but my poor stomach tolerates it well!

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The stomach can be a problem when we only think of our lungs , hopefully we can all reach a tolerable solution

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I occasionally make ginger tea using fresh ginger. It makes me breathe better and gives me energy. I would have several drinks everyday but it gives me a cracking headache if I have more than one.

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All my ingredients for my teas come pre wrapped I'm afraid lol

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I love any tea with ginger. Make my own sometimes

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Sounds nice

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My favourite Pukka tea is peppermint and liquorice. Delicious.

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I'll try that thanks

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It's great!

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👍

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Always have lemons and a piece of ginger in as I like cooking, so its a drink i have often. I have also swapped sugar for honey and that goes with sage from the garden. I like this hot or cold as well. Pukka has a good name and i do have quite a few teas that i like. I am on hibiscus for high blood pressure at the moment, dont know if its working but like the tea anyway x

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I love lemon in green tea , add ginger it's better and if you add honey as well I'm in my element , I tried the blueberry green tea , yuk not for me I'm afraid

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Hibiscus with Mint is nice 😀

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Will try this Gladwyn as I have mint growing, thank you x

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I only drink herbal tea, love that one.

I drink yogi breath easy tea bags in the morning or throat comfort, you can get them from Holland and Barrett, very soothing in the morning, when your feeling congested x enjoy your tea x x

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I mostly drink green tea with added infusions but I still like my pg tips with milk and sugar , my dad always got an oooow with his tea lol

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Did you know manuka honey has sugar in. We were told by the dr. I have a tiny bit in my porridge most days. It’s very good for colds these tea bags. I just ring tons lemon and ginger and have them most days. If you think your getting a cold this is the tea bag to take.

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Apparently only pasteurized honey keeps its goodness when put into hot water so apart from the taste when we put honey into our hot green teas with lemon or ginger the honey does us no good , I'm unsure if that applies to manuka though pink

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