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Hu-mana-tea question (temperature of tea)
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Hu-mana-tea question (temperature of tea)

I read a research report that if Essiac tea is frozen, it has to be reboiled to restore medicinal value (one of the reasons why researchers in the old days had said in the past Essiac tea did not work was that they were going direct from melted ice cubes of the tea, which negates the health benefits; when that was discovered they reboiled after thawing, and then observed it working).

So my question is when Hu-mana-tea is refrigerated, can you drink it straight from the refrigerator cold, or with some warm water thrown in to warm it somewhat, or is it necessary to bring to a boil again as in the frozen situation for Essiac tea? Is the temperature of the refrigerator versus the freezer warm enough that it does not negate the benefits of the tea, or does it need the "boost" of a boiling reheat? I'd hate to be wasting the tea drinking it cold if it's not effective or as effective cold.

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