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So long as all the ingredients are compliant, then yes - always check your labels for sneaky additives in teas like soy.

You can also have coffee of course, but either way we'd recommend no caffeine after midday...

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Before brewing my morning tea, I looked up the ingredients in a couple of my loose leaf teas... and the fruit is 'candied', meaning sugar!  I would have never thought to look up ingredients to tea but sugar is honestly in everything; this has been really eye opening!

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Can I ask if this looks OK? Unsure about Licorice root - some conflicting posts when I googled.

David's Tea: Bravissimo

Ingredients: Organic: Licorice root, chamomile, orange peel, rosehips, peppermint, goji berries.

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1 minute ago, Ali F said:

Can I ask if this looks OK? Unsure about Licorice root - some conflicting posts when I googled.

David's Tea: Bravissimo

Ingredients: Organic: Licorice root, chamomile, orange peel, rosehips, peppermint, goji berries.

This one is fine, @Ali F - and delicious, in my opinion!

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I did a good tea combo last night: Green Rooibos and Peppermint, with some ground ginger and a tablespoon of fullfat coconut milk. 

Just wondering, what is the stance on lemon/hot water? I believe it says that fruit juices are ok for sweetening, so long as they are 100% natural, but does drinking something like this count as ok? I'm sick so am looking for something soothing on my throat without going the ginger candy route! Also, I often do real ginger/lemon in hot water. 

Thanks! 

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