Benefits and Uses of Jiaogulan Tea:

Benefits and Uses of Jiaogulan Tea: "Herb of Immortality" Beth Stone
  • Title: Benefits and Uses of Jiaogulan Tea: "Herb of Immortality"
  • Author: Beth Stone
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  • Page: 302
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Benefits and Uses of Jiaogulan Tea: "Herb of Immortality" Beth Stone Benefits and Uses of Jiaogulan Tea Herb of Immortality Introduction Jiaogulan Tea is a delicious mild flavored tea that is naturally sweet Native primarily to Southwest China it has been recognized as a medicinal tea with anti oxidant and anti aging prop
    Introduction Jiaogulan Tea is a delicious mild flavored tea that is naturally sweet Native primarily to Southwest China, it has been recognized as a medicinal tea with anti oxidant and anti aging properties for centuries among traditional Chinese medicine communities With this unique, vine growing plant that has been studied since the 1960s, it is recognized as being benIntroduction Jiaogulan Tea is a delicious mild flavored tea that is naturally sweet Native primarily to Southwest China, it has been recognized as a medicinal tea with anti oxidant and anti aging properties for centuries among traditional Chinese medicine communities With this unique, vine growing plant that has been studied since the 1960s, it is recognized as being beneficial to cardiovascular and blood health, while increasing anti oxidant and anti aging properties when consumed regularly and is considered an adaptogen , meaning it helps the body to maintain optimal balance, while improving the immune system, stamina and endurance.
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    About Beth Stone


    1. Beth calls beadwork a puzzle with infinite solutions The third in a line of beading artists her grandmother was a beader and artist and her mother still is Beth s first love is seed bead work and creating pieces of art by combining tiny points of color using different off loom bead stitching techniques In addition to her seed bead work, she also creates one of a kind and limited edition bracelets and necklaces using vintage and new glass, sterling silver, freshwater pearls, and gemstones Completely self taught, Beth says her mistakes are often the best lessons.Beth has shown her work at local art shows since 1990 and had her work displayed and sold in a number of fine art galleries and gift stores In 1998, one of her pieces was published in BeadButton magazine she calls its publication a dream come true Since then, many of her creations have been featured in the magazine In addition, from the premiere issue until January 2006, Beth was one of the contributing editors for BeadStyle magazine Her work can also be seen in various books and booklets from Kalmbach Publishing.


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