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aussielady582
Friday, January 11, 2013, 4:16am Report to Moderator Report to Moderator

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Do other type O's use fenugreek as suggested in the book? I do use curry powder, so consume some; and I did sprout the seeds once (quite strong). how are other people using fenugreek?
Also, is it the dandelion root or the herb that we should make into a tea - it's a super beneficial; I have some of the root at home (haven't used it much due to taste).
I try to have 3 cups of green tea every day, I also like rosehip tea, a little cammomile.
What are your other favourite teas apart from green tea?
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Even though I'm an "A"  I wanted to post that I have used fenugreek as a spice in veggie dishes and in salads.  

As far as dandelion root is concerned I buy a bunch in the health food sotre and just saute it with a little bit of butter, lemon, and a dash of salt.  It takes the bitterness out of it.

I'm sure other people will reccomend ways in which you can enjoy and benefit from a super beneficial for your health.

If you find something interesting please share.  I don't drink many herbal teas although I have a shelf filled with them.  Chamomille tea really settles my stomach and I love it.

I know green tea is good for you and I have an excellent brand but I find that I can't stand the taste of it after a few sips.

Joy
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Thankyou very much, Joy for your comments.  I had the same problems with green tea, a man told me to take the tea bag out after about 3 mins or the tea will taste bitter; http://www.teaandtummyman.com.au - I bought the colon cleansing kit from him (manufactured from blessed herbs in USA)
I get the decaff green tea, hope it's safe, think so.  I must keep an eye for fresh dandelion root, haven't seen it.  I may add some fenegreek spice to a veg dish soon, thanks for the tip Joy!
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Thankyou Lola, will take a look at link on fen... sees. regards.
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