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Postby Mocha Wheels » Sep 13th, '07, 12:40

skywarrior wrote:
chip wrote:lol...I was wondering if anyone caught that.

Why not take a tea bath with all the old tea we are not going to drink? Sounds good to me.


I suppose if you want to skip the tanning booths... (Not that I use tanning booths :roll: )


you lost me... why can't you use a tanning booth if you take a tea bath? also while that's great for your skin... you might want to consider the fact that it could be detramental to your drain.
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Postby Mary R » Sep 13th, '07, 13:01

Tea. Stains.
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Postby Tony » Sep 13th, '07, 14:37

Hmm, if only I used enough tea, I could probably get the best caffeine buzz *ever* out of that!
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Postby Chip » Sep 13th, '07, 20:50

I would think a tea bath would be good for the skin...

Umm, of course one would not allow the tea leaves down the drain. I have actually done this already. I made a super concentrated BIG pot of tea on the stove. No leaves made it to the tub.

I came out of the tub just as white as I went into the tub by the way. :oops:
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Postby Mocha Wheels » Sep 13th, '07, 21:14

gotcha i was thinking of a tea leaf bath, not just a tea bath
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Postby Scarlet Glow » Sep 13th, '07, 21:38

In the herbal book I'm reading it talks a lot about baths with certain herbals that help the skin (especially acne) and relieve aches, pains, and soreness.

Tea baths are not as weird as you think. Heh heh... :wink:

You go for it, Chip... think outside the mug! :D
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Postby Blueberriesandt... » Sep 14th, '07, 18:45

spacesamurai wrote:Its not like you can walk into my store, but any of you guys hop on a train, plane, or car, Chip, you can ride your bike, and mosey on down her to ol' Fort Worth, and I'll see what I can do for you.


Wow Thank you for the invite! Not only can I walk into your store I can actually walk TO your store. Well its a bit far for a stroll in our Summer heat but seriously I live only 2-3 miles from that store. I'll Try to stop in.
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Postby skywarrior » Sep 14th, '07, 19:04

Mary R wrote:Tea. Stains.


Exactly. :lol:
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Postby skywarrior » Sep 14th, '07, 19:06

chip wrote:
I came out of the tub just as white as I went into the tub by the way. :oops:


Didn't steep long enough. :lol:
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