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The storm was brewing in the chest making breathing difficult. It was pressuring to come out. 

My face was distorting like a fish out of water, gulping for air.

At last came a big procession  of  aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaachho! I thought my lungs will burst out and eyes will pop out. 

There was slight fever so I had to take leave from office from few days.

To my surprise everyone ,except the sufferer, knew remedy for it.

Came advises from friends, neighbors and  colleagues .

One thing was common they all came up with a TEA.

Ginger, pepper, Tulsi/Basil leaves  tea, make a good concoction , add some milk and honey and drink several times.

Does it worked?

No.

But I suffered from acidity and burning sensation in food pipe.

I had not heard of black tea or green tea at that time.

After all sorts of treatments condition became worst.

It was furious allergic reaction to something which they couldn’t understand and prescribed some anti- allergy pill. It worked but became a habit.

Nowadays there are so many types of tea are.

I have tried all. From chamomile, lemon , ginger, Hibiscus and many more varieties.

My favorite is lemongrass with little lemon juice, mint and honey.e start our day with lemon tea. In the evening it is milk tea. 

Now Tea has become an addiction. I try different flavor every time.

Is anybody has any idea what Jasmine tea is good for?

 

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  1. I love to drink flavored tea also like Apple tea, Orange tea, Vanilla tea. I had got them from Ooty. I dont know the benefits, just like the flavor.

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  2. Tea certainly is an addiction for most people as it relaxes the strained nerves.I don’t have much idea about jasmine tea.But yes, when you have cold, the a mixture of lemon juice and honey in lukewarm water indeed gives a soothing respite.

    No matter how many free advices you get from everyone, it’s always best to listen to your body and treat it accordingly. Natural remedies prove to be more helpful in the long run than instant medicines.

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  4. Haha lol disease and entire cure therapy revolves around tea and health.

    Wishing you ” Nirogi Kaya” as first bliss of materstic world.

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