Although I don't have a problem with herbal teas myself (especially homemade ones!), I'm not sure if it's recommend per se as part of 80/10/10.
Ok cool, I don't have the book yet, thanks for sharing!
No, not recommended here as they are a cooked product and all fresh and processed (dried, sprayed etc) herbs used in teas are stimulating in some way (even peppermint stimulates digestion). Herbs act on the body in specific ways. I have been an herbalist for many years but don't ingest them anymore, just use a little topically for first aid purposes. But I have been in social situations where I thought it better to have accept a cup of herbal tea than to insult someone but I don't really won't drink anything hot anymore. Although I recognize fully the powers of herbs I also understand that using herbs to treat disease is similar to allopathic medicine, treating the symptoms instead of getting down to the cause. My having a cup of tea now and then in social situations (twice in the past year) is not optimal as far as 811 but acceptable to me.
Thanks MaryTG, good insight you have shared,now I am just sqeezing lemon or lime in a container with warm water its great for me!
Thank you for sharing!
Peace be upon you
Thats cool, if it works for you its cool with me!
Thank you for sharing Joanna
peace be upon you
Joanna is here promoting all kinds of stuff she was asked/agreed not to..
i don't know why
joanna blocked me for questioning why she is promoting kombucha onions and tea... hmmm
def no. if something is dried well that's not raw and then heated extra not raw..
not to mention is a herb. they is a stimulant of sorts and also not hygienic
just saying. i never drink no tea myself
Cool im going to stay with the lemon squeeze, my health has been bad and now that its getting better, Praise Jah/God. I sure don't mind being extreme. Don't want to see a hospital or operating room again anytime soon.
Thanks for sharing Sunshine and thanks for the info.
peace be upon you
i wouldn't use the word extreme maybe radical as in too the root of our nature or fanatic as in non compromising like abolitionists on the issue of slavery.