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    Just recently I was browsing the "health" food section at my grocery store and a tea called Green Tea Kombucha caught my eye. The brand name is Yogi. It tastes excellent, and this is from someone who is not a big tea fan.

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    Loose leaf oolong. There's a local Taiwanese tea shop that imports it and that stuff is amazing.
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    Ginger and lemon grass. No tea--just those herbs steeped like tea.
    Jasmine tea also...

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    You might want to look into some good sencha. Check Den's Tea or Rishi.

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    Rooibos is the best. Chai spiced rooibos with coconut cream is heavenly.

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    I put rooibos in my hair, it smells like a forest
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    I agree with Paleobird... Rooibos is awesome. I first tried it at Starbucks. I just add a little honey to mine at home.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Derpamix View Post
    I put rooibos in my hair, it smells like a forest
    Really? What does it do for your hair? Other than smelling nice.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Paleobird View Post
    Really? What does it do for your hair? Other than smelling nice.
    Makes it more shiny and soft, and speeds up growth rate(allegedly). It definitely makes it more shiny and soft, from my experiences, and more pliable with less tangles and flyaways.
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