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Tips for Tea Life #1

 

  Why don’t you leave leftover tea leaves or used tea leaves?! Throwing them away is like throwing away your money. “Mottainai”

* Mottainai is a Japanese term conveying a sense of regret concerning waste. The expression “Mottainai!” can be uttered alone as an exclamation when something useful, such as food or time, is wasted, meaning roughly “what a waste!” or “Don’t waste.”

  Drinking tea is not only helps your health but also create your family budget. We are going to show practical tips with used tea leaves or leftover tea leaves.

 

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1. Eliminate Odors

 

   Tea contains Catechins which has deodorant effect.

   Put dried used tea leaves or leftover tea leaves in the fridge, shoes, chest, or inside house to clean up the smell. 

 

   NOTE: Dry used/leftover tea leaves  thoroughly.

         Wrap leaves with tea bag or gauze.

 

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2. Remove Oil Stains

 

   Wipe oil stains with used tea leaves in a tea bag, and then do dishes.

   Dishes and glasses come out shiny.

 

 

 

 

 

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3. Prevent Colds

 

   Catechins in tea prevents colds.

   Gargle with used tea leaves water. 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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4. As fertilizer

 

   Mix used tea leaves into soil but don’t too much.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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5. Of course, you can eat used tea leaves!

 

   Tea leaves themselves contain minerals such as potassium, calcium, magnesium, iron, and others.

   Eat tea leaves, stay healthy!