Tea has been an esteemed beverage throughout the world for centuries. From ancient Chinese dynasties and Russian tea rooms to British tea parties and modern tea shops, the soothing and healing effects of tea have long been enjoyed. In this volume, Sylvia Schneider explores the ancient history and healing power of tea. With historical perspective, she has gathered age-old traditions, ingredients and recipes from China, Japan, India, Tibet, Arabia, the Americas and Europe. She seeks to impart valuable knowledge about the use of exotic herbs and spices, furnishing the reader with recipes for special blends to improve the body's overall health and well-being. There are recipes to help remedy a wide range of ailments including exhaustion, constipation, heart burn, bad breath, pre-menstrual syndrome, weight loss, acne, influenza, hair loss, depression, nausea, colds, fever, stress, morning sickness, insomnia, diarrhoea, tooth decay and many other disorders.
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Sylvia Schneider is a freelance writer and medical and scientific editor. She works as a medical journalist and is the author of numerous books. Schneider is a student of ectrophology (the relationship between ecology and nutrition) and communication science. She lives in Eckernforde, Germany.
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Book Description Robinson Publishing, 2002. Paperback. Book Condition: New. Never used!. Bookseller Inventory # P111841195812
Book Description Robinson Publishing, 2002. Paperback. Book Condition: New. book. Bookseller Inventory # M1841195812