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Tea, More than a Drink

Tea has so much more to give!

Here are some natural and inexpensive tips using teabags (even brewed ones!):

  • For your eyes, place cooled, brewed green teabags over the eyes to reduce swelling and soothe.
  • For fresher breath, gargle using green tea.
  • Make a bath by adding green teabags to soften and nourish the skin.
  • Condition your hair with green tea to nourish and soften and use black tea to dye hair.
  • For minor burns, apply cooled, wet black teabags over the affected area to draw the heat out of the burn.
  • To get rid of warts, apply cooled, wet green teabags over the wart for 10 minutes a day.
  • To add more flavour to your pasta, add green teabags to the pot of water, boil and remove before adding the pasta and use black teabags to make tasty meat marinades.
  • Deodorise your hands using dry teabags after cooking with garlic and onions.
  • Degrease your dishes using warm tea water and say goodbye to endless scrubbing.
  • To get rid of odours, place dry teabags in your shoes or bin and brewed teabags in the fridge.
  • To get rid of rodents place damp, brewed teabags at points of entry as they don't like the smell of tea.
  • To polish wood and glass, use damp, brewed black teabags and wipe over with a dry cloth.
  • For a greener garden this summer, add brewed teabags to your watering can or compost heap to give the plants more nutrients.

So, there you have it, the solution has been under your nose the whole time. Next time you make a cup of Mazawattee Tea and you're about to throw away the teabag, STOP!


 

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