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Sustainability Moving Forward

Lynn Maidment

Sustainability Moving Forward

Our family came back from a trip to Texas to visit where the Yaupon is grown.  It was just simply amazing how this plant grows wild.  It was absolutely everywhere. Producers of the Yaupon actually are helping the farmers control this plant on their properties.   The health benefits are amazing and just as good as your black tea.  It's said that it may help control blood pressure and maintain a healthy mouth.  Yaupon is an anti-inflammatory and high in antioxidants.  It is just as good as some other foods like blueberries and green tea. Because of the great balance between...

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Love.........

Lynn Maidment

Love.........

Who or what do you think of the when it comes to love? As you know I’m on a journey this year of being grateful for everything in my life.   In our busy lives we often forget to say how grateful we are for even the smallest things in our lives.  You’ll remember my December blog https://grandrivertea.ca/blogs/news/my-gift-to-you I gave you tips on how to start a journal.  How’s your journalling going? Well, I’ll be honest I haven’t written in my journal everyday. I may not be writing it down but upon waking I crystallize what it is I’m grateful for and...

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My Gift To You

Lynn Maidment

My Gift To You

Journal with Grand River Tea 2020

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Happy Fall Tea Lovers!!!

Lynn Maidment

Happy Fall Tea Lovers!!!

Hopefully you've had an amazing summer and took time to rejuvenate.   We'd like to share with you some tea knowledge this month.  There are some very unusual teas from around the world and one that we're fascinated by is Lapsang Souchong Black.   Did you know Lapsang Souchong Black tea was produced as early as the 17th century in China.  Chinese producers started shipping green tea to Europe and North America .  However, green tea did not travel so well as the journey was 15 to 18 months long.  So a solution was found to help with the transit...

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#hoppinforyaupon

Lynn Maidment

#hoppinforyaupon

International Yaupon Month Canada

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