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    Re: Tea for stress

    Long time green tea goblin here, it tastes like a bunch of leaves crammed into a log fire and drained out through a gorilla's fist or something but still quite refreshing and invigorating. Full of good stuff and it's green so what's not to like, I'd like pokadot tea too but let's not complicate it
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    Re: Tea for stress

    Quote Originally Posted by Marston76 View Post
    Matcha green tea has got 5 times more L-Theanine than regular green tea (l-theanine is a calming substance) and helps me and my stressed brain...just thought I'd share
    Matcha tea is nice ! Tea is one of the most healthiest beverages you can drink.
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    Yeah, tea is great!
    I love tea, especially green tea.
    I can drink a lot of tea during the day, it could be even 10+ cups...

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    Ten cups of green tea? That would make me start sprouting grass from my eyeballs! I bet you're bouncing down the street and jousting with grasshoppers downing that much of the stuff!
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    Peppermint and Nettle tea is great!

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    Green tea for me in the AM and I"m on a 'Rickroll' - Chamomile in PM 'Easy Like A Sunday Morning'

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    Re: Tea for stress

    Love this thread. I’m always looking for good teas I can have in the evenings, that don’t contain caffeine. I do normally add honey to my tea, not sure why lol. I like it either way. Would love any recommendations!

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    This morning I'm enjoying a spearmint black tea with Agave nectar - Enlightens the scenes

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    This morning I enjoyed an apple cranberry pure ceylon black tea - does have caffeine though - but soothing at the time.

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    I was a coffee drinker until 2018 when I came down with a severe case of diverticulitis. I was put on two mega antibiotics for two weeks and my stomach was a mess! I always liked tea but never drank it religiously. During recovery, that's the only hot beverage that calmed my stomach and helped me relax. While I still brew a pot of coffee now and again, it's English black tea for me and the health benefits are an added bonus

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