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Tea Therapy

Tea Therapy

Tea Therapy: Natural Remedies Using Traditional Chinese Medicine

By Lin Qianliang & Chen Xiaoyi

What is Tea therapy?

Tea therapy is the ancient Chinese medicinal practice of using tea and tisanes as remedies for many ills and ailments.

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Tea Therapy is a great resource guide that helps you to understand different types of tea to start. From there, we move onto how to drink tea for different conditions to do with digestive, nervous and respiratory systems and more.

The book is a great compliment for practitioners of TCM (traditional Chinese medicine) and qigong, or even if a person is just wanting to provide themselves more nourishingly enriching meals using surprisingly mostly everyday ingredients that can be found in most supermarkets.

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