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Bourbonnais Bound
Saturday, December 28, 2013, 3:46pm Report to Moderator Report to Moderator

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South African Rooibos tea & Willow Bark, I love them and I just received to big bags of Organic/loose versions for Christmas...........wanted to double check as it's been SOOOO long since I've had them! Please help? Thanks, Lillian.
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Thanks Lola! I am happy to read on the Rooibos, but I can't seem to find as clear cut a comfort on the Willow Bark...... even with your link. I must be doing something wrong or have no idea how to navigate through all this!!! Yep that's it, don't know what or how to look for anything! I see you use bing.. is Google the same?

Thanks again!
Lillian.
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Google will give you different results.

Searches performed with Google that you can compare with the bing searches above:

https://www.google.com/#q=%22Rooibos+tea%22+%22type+O%22+site:dadamo.com&safe=off

https://www.google.com/#q=%22willow+bark%22+site:dadamo.com&safe=off


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Hello C_sharp.. Thanks for the Google links! Very similar..
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I discovered rooibos a month before my 60th birthday.  While I love it, I am disappointed that I spent so many years not able to drink tea due to caffeine sensitivity.  I like tea, but could not handle even the smaller amount of caffeine it has.  Then I discovered rooibos & drink it regularly.  Lately, it has me going to the bathroom more often, so I have to be careful if I am going out for a longer time....

They can send a man to the moon but it was hard to find such a delicious tea with no (or negligible) caffeine.  YUM!!


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Quoted from Mrs T O+
I discovered rooibos a month before my 60th birthday.  While I love it, I am disappointed that I spent so many years not able to drink tea due to caffeine sensitivity.  I like tea, but could not handle even the smaller amount of caffeine it has.  Then I discovered rooibos & drink it regularly.  Lately, it has me going to the bathroom more often, so I have to be careful if I am going out for a longer time....

They can send a man to the moon but it was hard to find such a delicious tea with no (or negligible) caffeine.  YUM!!

Have you tried the 4YT O tea?  


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Quoted from Bourbonnais Bound
South African Rooibos tea & Willow Bark, I love them  


Yes I too am starting to enjoy the two different types of Rooibos tea my local supermarket supplies - and this is difficult to admit coming from a coffee addict!
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Both my husband and I drink and enjoy rooibos tea, which is freely available where I live. It is neutral for us. Yerba mate is a beneficial on both our Swamis, and while my husband likes it, I am having difficulty getting a taste for it. It tastes to me like soaked tobacco!

I recently tried an organic tea that I find really palatable - Tulsi (Holy Basil) with gotu kola. According to the ER4YT Encyclopedia, gotu kola is good for female balancing and metabolic enhancement in O's. Holy basil is recommended more for A's to lower cortisol and for skin health. It is easily obtained in our major supermarkets, too.


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