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While bad health habits can drag us down quickly, good health habits can support a long and bright future. The big things like getting enough sleep and a generally healthy diet are almost so simple they’re just the opposite of bad habits. You can pick up more health points with a few simple good habit […]

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The first snow has fallen. You may have celebrated with a cup of hot chocolate, or grimaced into your coffee, but the best way to stay warm this winter while you watch the flakes fall, play in them, or shovel them away is a cup of tea. Not a caffeinated pot of camellia sinensis, or […]

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Labor Day weekend is in front of us, and beyond that, crisp fall weather. Apples, pumpkins, more rain, and changing leaves are great, but best of all is a warm cup of tea in a cozy place. And of course, there’s a downside to fall—cold and flu season—so having a health supporting tea on hand […]

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Don’t wait for a rainy day to enjoy a cup of Jiaogulan, keep getting the health supporting benefits each day. Some cultures prefer hot drinks with hot weather, and cold drinks with cold weather. If that’s not your thing, then add ice. Jiaogulan makes a refreshing iced drink (just prepare it as usual then pour […]

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There are lots of cultures built around tea, and they offer some wonderful tea habits to stick into our own day. Tea, especially something healthy like our caffeine-free Jiaoguolan, can be a healthy addition to your day in and of itself, or it can be a substitute for coffee if you’re trying to cut caffeine. […]

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