black tea is a lifesaver!

Once, while having such severe menstrual discomfort (aka period cramps) that I couldn't walk, I decided to drink tea. We only had black tea, so I went for it. Within minutes, my pain was gone and I could walk again.

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by: Della @ The Tea Talk

This is such great advice - thank you so much for sharing! This will be a very helpful tip for our other readers! :)

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