tea helps ...

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tea helps ...

Postby jojojojo » Sun Mar 08, 2009 8:19 pm

Hiya

After a bad night of twitching etc, I looked on the internet for herbs that might help.

I made a tea from cinnamon, camomile, and ginger (two different tea bags and two cinnamon capsules) and it really helped me!!! I have not slept better!!!
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