herbal tea for tension headaches
Ginger decreases the production of pain-causing chemicals in the body; chamomile and linden are mild relaxants that help ease emotional and physical tension.
1c (250ml) water
1tsp freshly chopped ginger root
1tsp dried chamomile
1tsp dried linden
Simmer the ginger in the water in a covered pot for five minutes. Remove from heat. Add the chamomile and linden and steep for 10 minutes. Strain, sweeten tea if desired, and drink it hot. (x)
Dreaming whale tea infuser by Korean designers Juhyun Yu & Changbong Heo of Gongdreen swims comfortably in your cup.
DESTROY ME IT’S THE PERFECT GIFT
~Now idk how well this works because I’ve never made it before, but I know ginger is supposed to be really good when you’re sick, especially if your stomach hurts or you have gas.
—For those who are feeling a bit under the weather, this tea is said to perk up…
Tea Time ~ anime gif
♥ ~I love tea~ ♥ ☆*:.｡. o(≧▽≦)o .｡.:*☆
waiting for chai beneath a 300 year old banyan tree. the large pot contains boiled milk with sugar; the smaller has masala, or spices, and tea. for each customer, the chaiwallah scoops milk into the smaller pot and boils it with tea and spices until it’s a dark brown and strong, spicy, and sweet.
A massive crested tea pot, and four little cups and saucers for each little Hogwarts House. This tea set is gorgeous.
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You may think that British stereotypes are incorrect, but in the back of our science GCSE revision guides, there’s a guide to making the perfect cup of tea.
Dear everyone else in Britain: When was this. Is this still around? Because if so I’m never going to be able to take a conversation about the education system seriously ever again.
I did my GCSEs last year and I can confirm that this was in the back of all of my Science revision guides