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    The health controversy over Essaic tea
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    Editors Note
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    The health controversy over Essaic tea

    Essaic tea is a tea you may be interested in. We will give you the background story about this drink and allow you to come to your own conclusions. Many health benefits are attributed to Essaic tea. We do not claim to be scientists or doctors, but we have read and studies this herb.

    Please note that anything stated in Tea Note Speaker related to health benefits SHOULD NOT be viewed as an endorsement, or misunderstood as an actual prevention or cure for illness or disease. It is strongly recommended that you always consult your physician’s advice before trying any of these products! Ingesting herbs can interact with medications and interfere with their effectiveness or cause an adverse reaction to occur.

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    Harvest Moon afternoon tea party

    A Harvest Moon afternoon tea party is a great way to usher in the crisp fall air. "Harvest Moon" is the name of the full moon occurring nearest the autumnal equinox (around September 23rd). This marks the first day of fall.

    Our thoughts turn to autumn and we begin to anticipate the holidays to come, starting with Halloween. Planning a tea party around this time will give you a head start if you like to decorate your front entrance to suit the seasons.

    Place potted mums at either side of your entrance, you can add pumpkins and gourds which are a sign of the season. Hang a wreath, perhaps made by you, on the front door to welcome the new season.

    Later in the month of October you may want to carve the pumpkins and add a monster or two to set the scene for Halloween. We got our entrance covered now come inside and learn more about harvest moon tea party ideas.

    Introducing new features on your-cup-of-tea

    We have created them just for you! Yes, it’s true.

    You now have a place to share your knowledge and experiences with teas and herbal tisanes. Whether you are new to herbs or have experience with the medicinal benefits of herbs, you are welcome to grab a cup of tea and visit. We love company!

    We developed a place for you to brag and share your tea party ideas and pictures with us as well. It is a great way for so many of us to exchange ideas and tips. We have also created a place for you to share your experiences in the tea shops and tea rooms you frequent. We, like many that come here, are always looking for a great place to get a spot of tea. Let's make this a great resource for anyone planning a trip who would like to visit a tea room or shop.

    Come check out these areas and please feel free to share.

    Featured Herb

    Lemon Balm Tea

     An Herbal Tea That Will Tantalize Your Senses and Reduce Your Stress A cup of lemon balm tea has a fresh citrusy scent, a fruity fresh taste and the ability to calm your nerves and decrease your anxiety.

    The oils of this wonderful smelling plant contain citral, linalool, eugenol, citronellal, geraniol, tannins, polyphenols and flavanoids. These components of the oils have been found to have a mild sedative effect on the nervous system and digestive tract.

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