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Sulis
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Evening all!

I've been trying for a while now to find an alternative to coffee. Although I only have one cup a day I feel I don't do all that great on it so I came across http://www.teeccino.com/ which is a herbal, caffeine free substitute.

So far I'm really liking it, the ingredients are: organic carob, organic barley, organic chicory, organic ramon nuts and natural coffee flavour. It's high in potassium and is alkaline. Comes in a few different flavours but I've purchased the one closest to a dark roast coffee that I'm used to drinking.

Has anyone else tried Teeccino or is using some other coffee alternative?





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Evening all!

I've been trying for a while now to find an alternative to coffee. Although I only have one cup a day I feel I don't do all that great on it so I came across http://www.teeccino.com/ which is a herbal, caffeine free substitute.

So far I'm really liking it, the ingredients are: organic carob, organic barley, organic chicory, organic ramon nuts and natural coffee flavour. It's high in potassium and is alkaline. Comes in a few different flavours but I've purchased the one closest to a dark roast coffee that I'm used to drinking.

Has anyone else tried Teeccino or is using some other coffee alternative?



It sounds good!  I haven't tried it and unfortunately barley is an avoid for me, so I would not be able to try it.

What are ramon nuts?


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Any product that advertises being able to drink coffee while pregnant, even as a marketing tool, is way off line. I wouldn't go near the product.

It's an addiction and you have to just stop it. And it's possible to do it, we went from owning a coffee shop to not drinking any coffee 5 years ago. after about a month we never looked back.

now when i get sucked into having a coffee which might be once a year at most I'm ill for a few days and break out in spots and boils.


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Lots of avoids in them for an O. I gave all of mine away to an O who does not follow GTD. They were quite thrilled to have them. Dandelion root is quite good. Traditional Medicinal sells it in a tea bag. Unfortunately the Dandelion coffee substitute that we bought for years is no longer made. I loved it and it is a diamond for me. Without thinking I took the contents out of the tea bag and it did not all dissolve but drank it dregs and all. Ouch...not very good for a healing ulcerative colitis. Won't do that again. Sometimes you can buy dandelion root but it won't be finely powdered but still beneficial.
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Decades ago, I was introduced to Cafix, a similar type of product (i.e. containing no coffee).
I see it has a website, http://www.cafix.com
In the same category, there's:
Pero
Inka
Roma
Roastaroma

In France, there was a blend of coffee and roasted chicory available that was pretty good, too.


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I drink BarleyCup with soya milk ........ lasts me ages if I feel peckish and I sometimes even put a bottle of cold mix into my handbag if I'm likely to be out of the house for a while.
If going into a cafe I ask for half a cup of hot water and add some mix to it if I want a warm drink.
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What are ramon nuts?


Teeccino’s Maya flavors feature roasted ramon nuts, Brosimum alicastrum, a nutrient-rich food of the Maya civilization. Referred to as the "corn tree" by the Maya, its nut was a staple food crop, capable of being stored for lengthy periods of time
The ramon tree is a member of the fig family, which also includes mulberry trees. At 130 feet tall, ramon trees are part of the forest canopy in Central American rainforests and frequently are cut down for lumber.
Ramon nuts are actually the seed of the ramon fruit.




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It's an addiction and you have to just stop it. And it's possible to do it, we went from owning a coffee shop to not drinking any coffee 5 years ago. after about a month we never looked back.


that's going to be easier to give up than sugar  




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