Rose Tieguanyin

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Wu Yu Tai’s Tieguanyin Third Grade and rose buds.

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Good news, guys, I got myself some Claritin (or “Clarityne” as they say here) and I am definitely feeling better. Not perfect, but much better.

This morning I made up the rose version of this tieguanyin, and I threw in some ginger for good measure. I didn’t taste much ginger (surprising with the amount I put in there), but that’s ok, it was all rosy and lovely anyway.


glad you are feeling better. Do you think the pollution is the cause of it?


I think the pollution is the cause of my nagging cough, and it certainly isn’t helping with everything else, but I think I’m also just allergic to pollen of chinese flowering trees, though I’m not allergic to any other pollen. Now with a fair amount of allergy medication I’m doing better.


I think the body gets used to your regional pollen over time. I know when I travel anywhere in the Spring, I am in for problems. I am a sneezy, weepy mess. We used to visit my In-Laws where I currently live and my allergies here were almost unbearable then. Now that I live here, it is not quite as bad as when I was just visiting prior to 14 years ago. I try to eat my local honey, too, which helps.

And glad you are feeling better. It is such a downer to be sick on such an adventure!

Invader Zim

Glad you got some meds and are feeling better.


Have a wonderful time now that hopefully the allergies are under control!


Thanks everyone!

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