Healing Teas: How to Prepare and Use Teas to Maximize Your Health
A complete guide to medicinal teas from around the world and their amazing healing powers
For thousands of years, cultures throughout the world have known the healing power of teas. While the art of brewing these medicinal teas does take some extra effort, the results can be amazing for a host of illnesses, ranging from arthritis to migraines.
Healing Teas is a complete and easy-to-follow and informative guide, blending together proper methods of preparing teas with the latest scientific research. Healing Teas also provides a unique A-Z guide to herbs, individual brews, and home remedies. From essiac to kombucha, chamomile to garlic, learn to prepare teas from around the world—and maximize your health.
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