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Member since: Oct 12, 2011
From: Sri Lanka
Status: Frog Egg
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Oct 12, 2011    02:56 AM

Posted new blog   The Health Benefits of Green Tea

Green tea has been around the world. For over 4000 years, Asians have been drinking green tea for its medicinal properties like headache, wound treatment, depression etc. Enjoying tea is a custom that has been around for thousands of years. In China and Japan tea ceremony are deeply embed in their ...

Oct 12, 2011    02:07 AM


Ceylon tea is rich in antioxidant tea