This clear, pale oolong is a new taste experience for me–delightfully light, fresh, flowery, and uplifting, not my usual bitter and bracing Twinings gunpowder green tea I normally use to jolt myself awake each morning. This #17 oolong from the mountains of northern Thailand is more like a morning walk through a spring garden.

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I am a nationally certified acupuncturist NCCAOM, herbalist, world traveler, tea enthusiast, author of books on natural health and beauty, including:

Asian Health Secrets: The Complete Guide to Asian Herbal Medicine

Personal Renewal, a guide to personal health and balance during troubled times

Healthy Beauty, Look Great, Feel Terrific

Feed Your Tiger: The Asian Diet Secret

Naturally Pain Free (July, 2012.)
Prevention/treatment of common pains integrating superfoods, herbs and health-supportive, enjoyable treatments. Naturally Pain Free includes information on cutting-edge stem cells injections and controversial topics such as marijuana pills for pain.

Past columnist for Heal India magazine (Delhi) and Healthy You! (India, Middle East, and Singapore.) Contributor to many natural health websites.

My Website: www.asianhealthsecrets.com

My work is my path to spirituality.


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