How to Prepare Green Tea (Loose Tea) -- the Edible Green Tea





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Published on Sep 2, 2010

The edible green tea we talk about is Tai Chi Green Tea: http://www.taichigreentea.com
More testimonials: http://www.taichigreentea.com/files/c...
How to Enjoy Tai Chi Green Tea , the Edible Loose Tea
1. Keep a packet on hand (in the car) to eat a few pieces of the raw tea to refresh
2. Sprinkle the tea on your food (fish or salad) to eat it raw;
3. Put the tea in a 6-8 oz glass (or china cup) of cool to warm (mineral) water.
Drink after 3 minutes (warm water) to 8 minutes (cool water).When the cup is half-
empty, refill. Refill 2-4 times. (You may eat the leaves after drinking.)
4. Put the tea into a bottle of 8-16 oz cool to cold water. Tighten the cap. Shake well.
Drink and eat the tea. Finish the tea within one hour.

Many Americans were just using low-quality green tea to ruin their health! We wished to do something so that people can enjoy health benefits of the real green tea. In 2005, we set up Tai Chi Green Tea Inc ( http://www.taichigreentea.com)

Our green tea sells most expensive and sells the best in almost all the stores that carry it. At places no stores carry this tea, thousands of people order it online (we do not do any promotion. Most people get to know it by word of mouth! )

So many people's life has been totally changed because of our green tea!

Thanks to people who are willing to share their green tea experiences with us!

By your help, by your efforts -- sharing your Tai Chi Green Tea experiences, letting your friends to take up green tea, more people will enjoy a healthier, happier life; this world will be better!

Tai Chi Green Tea Inc


Tai Chi Green Tea: http://www.taichigreentea.com
More testimonials: http://www.taichigreentea.com/files/c...


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