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Top 3 Extraordinary Uses for Tea (Part One)

Posted on Jan 16, 2013 by in Other | 0 comments

teaTea is a wonderful drink, no coincidence, it’s the Queen’s favourite. This rich in antioxidants, natural product is capable of many other things, than just being brewed up into a healthy hot beverage. In case that sounds interesting to you, read below and find out which are our top 3 extraordinary uses for tea.

I am a big fen of all, what’s unconventional. All unusual facts wake my interest. I remember them without even trying, because they tend to stick in my mind.

There are many ordinary things, which have extraordinary uses. Tea is no exception of this rule. As far as I know, it can be used for beauty and garden purposes. Probably the most weird task, we can use tea for, is cleaning. But I will get to that later.

1.Sunscreen substitute

burned skin
Imagine you went on a walk in the park, but you forgot to take sunscreen with you. The result is red, burned skin. And it hurts. The good news is, you can relief the pain with the help of tea. Just wet a few tea bags and put on the burned areas.

In case your whole body is affected, I recommend taking a “tea bath”. Fill your tub with warm water, throw couple of tea bags in it and enjoy. Have in mind, tea can cure all kinds of minor burns, not only for those, caused by the sun.

Even if not burned, your skin will definitely benefit from this unusual bath. The tea will smooth and moisturise it. After all, it is a well known fact, Queen Cleopatra bathed in milk, which was one of the reasons she was so famous with her beauty. A tea bath will have almost the same effect, but it’s much more inexpensive.

tea bath

This was just one unusual thing, you can do with tea. Stay tuned for the rest of them.

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