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Green Tea

Green tea, Camellia Sinensis, comes from the same plant as black tea but is processed differently. While the normal black tea is obtained by fermenting the tea leaves which alters its colour and flavour and raising the level of caffeine and tannin in it, the tea leaves of green tea are dried or slightly steamed but not fermented. 268 weitere Wörter

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Rosewood

The Brazillian Rosewood tree, Aniba Rosaeodora, or Bois de Rose, is a giant evergreen famous for its blood-red rosy hue heartwood. Millions of hectares of Rosewood forests have been cut down to make furniture, unimportant decorative and show pieces, even chopsticks. 384 weitere Wörter

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Hyssop

Hyssop, Hyssopus Officinale, is a herb native to the Mediterranean, where it is considered a holy plant in ancient times. It was even mentioned in the Old Testament as a purifying substance. 312 weitere Wörter

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Palmarosa

Palmarosa, Cymbopogon Martini, is a type of grass from which two different species, referred to as chemotypes, Mortia and Sofia, the essential oils are derived. 383 weitere Wörter

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DT: Incy wincy: Colour challenge

I am late … on a lot of things … especially some design team projects but think I may actually catch up today!

Here is the card I made for the Incy Wincy blog using a ppinky doll digital stamp. 85 weitere Wörter

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Yuzu

The Yuzu fruit, Citrus Ichangensis x Citrus Reticulata var. Austera, formerly Citrus Medicus Junos, is almost never eaten in Japan. Instead, it is cultivated for its rind for its aroma to season food and flavour beverages.  207 weitere Wörter

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Sweet Orange

Cold pressed from the rind of Sweet Oranges, Citrus Sinensis, the essential oil has a host of health and skin care benefits from flavouring food, beverages, and sweets to facial cleansers, shampoos, and anti-ageing creams and lotions. 355 weitere Wörter

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