Skip to comments.White Tea Could Keep You Healthy And Looking Young
Posted on 08/14/2009 2:46:00 AM PDT by JoeProBono
Next time youre making a cuppa, new research shows it might be wise to opt for a white tea if you want to reduce your risk of cancer, rheumatoid arthritis or even just age-associated wrinkles. Researchers from Kingston University teamed up with Neals Yard Remedies to test the health properties of 21 plant and herb extracts. They discovered all of the plants tested had some potential benefits, but were intrigued to find white tea considerably outperformed all of them.
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I guess white teas sales are down. Some people would bathe in pig crap if they were told it was good for them.
Don’t let Obama hear that or we’ll all be forced to drink nothing but White Tea.
Eh...what the heck...I’ll slip a cup of the stuff in between my coffee.
Headlines from the same source:
“Green Tea Helps Beat Superbugs, Study Suggests”
“Black Tea May Fight Diabetes “
Looks like you will need three cups at a time ;)
Is Michael jackson still dead?
My mother told me of an incident she had as a young girl. (circa early 1900s)
The word was fresh cow manure placed on your skin would get rid of freckles.
Well, she had freckles on her face, so you guessed it.
She sat on a pasture fence and waited for the 'plop', got the manure and rubbed it on her face.
I don't recall how long she left it on but she said it took the freckles and half her skin with it.! LOL
Oh no! I have a big, big stock of ‘green tea’, that was supposed to be the best for you. This is what I have been told for years. I have no white tea. :(
You, my dear, are DOOMED. Fini. Kaput. Outta here. But, join the club. My pantry is bulging with various kinds of green teas. The only thing I don't like is the bottled stuff. Ewk. SWEET. kack. ptui.
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