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Famous Quotes and Sayings Related to Teas

Famous Quotes and Sayings Related to Teas

“Lady Nancy Astor: Winston, if you were my husband, I'd poison your tea. Winston Churchill: Nancy, if I were your husband, I'd drink it.” Women are like tea bags.They do not know how strong they are until they get into hot water. - Eleanor Roosevelt When you have nobody you can make a cup of tea for, when nobody needs you, that's when I think life is over. - Audrey Hepburn If you are cold, tea will warm you. If you are too heated, it will cool you. If you are depressed, it will cheer you. If you are excited, it will calm you. - William Gla...

Jan 06, 2014

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Reading Tea Leaves?

Reading Tea Leaves?

The practice of reading patterns of tea leaves and then foretelling the future is called Tasseography. For more details, please check out   http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tasseography   It is widely believed that tea-leaf reading became popularized in Europe in the seventeenth century, a short time after Dutch merchants introduced tea to Europe via trade routes to China. Europe has produced a number of practitioners, Soothsayers and authors on the subject, and English potteries have crafted many elaborate tea cup sets specially designed and decorated to aid i...

Jan 03, 2014

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Feedback on Kamelia Teas....

Feedback on Kamelia Teas....

Please share your opinions on some of the Kamelia tea products that you have experienced.


Dec 22, 2013

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Spotlight - Pterocarpus Marsupium

Spotlight - Pterocarpus Marsupium

The bark and heartwood of the Indian Kino tree (bot. name Pterocarpus Marsupium, Ind. native Vijayasar) has been widely acclaimed in age old Ayurvedic Sciences as having beneficial effects in lowering blood sugar, reducing triglyceride levels, rejuvenating insulin producing cells and slowing intestinal carbohydrate absorption. 



One of the herbal ingredients used in the Suhimi fortification of Kamelia Teas is Pterocarpus Marsupium.


Dec 21, 2013

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How herbs combat adverse effects of Free Radicals

How herbs combat adverse effects of Free Radicals

Current changes in our lifestyle and other socio-economic factors induce excessive oxidative stress in our body which leads to build up of free radicals in our body. Free radical build up weakens the metabolism of carbohydrates and causes damage to proteins, eventually leading to carcinogenesis. Herbs and teas are known to be rich in antioxidants - Cartenoids, Flavanoides and Polyphenols. These antioxidants neutralize the effects of free radicals and, therefore, help alleviate symptoms of lifestyle ailments.


Dec 21, 2013

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Coverage in Pune Mirror

Coverage in Pune Mirror

The Misra clan’s association with tea runs deep, the credit goes to patriarch Dr Sudhi, for instilling in his family reverence for the plant. His son Himanshu looks on respectfully as his father, a retired chemistry professor speaks tirelessly, extolling the brew’s goodness.   When Dr Sudhi was teaching, he would often give lectures across universities in the US. Around this time, he met Dr Jane Higdon at the Linus Pauling Institute in Portland with whom he studied a wide range of herbs.  “I conceived the idea to fortify tea using properly se...

Dec 16, 2013

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