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" Tea is of a cooling nature, and, if drunk too freely, will produce exhaustion and lassitude. Country people, before drinking it, add ginger and salt to counteract this cooling property. It is an exceedingly useful plant. "
A Journey to the Tea Countries of China: Including Sung-Lo and the Bohea ... - Pagina 271
door Robert Fortune - 1852 - 398 pagina’s
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Blackwood's Magazine, Volume 75

1854
...as it is used in China, are thus spoken of by Chinese writers, as quoted by Mr Fortune — " ' Tea is of a cooling nature, and, if drunk too freely,...country people, before drinking it, add ginger and Bait to counteract this cooling property. It is an exceedingly useful plant ; cultivate it, and the...
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The Chinese Repository, Volume 18

1849
...principal flavor is lost, still the preparation is eatable. Tea is of a cooling nature and if drank too freely, will produce exhaustion and lassitude...widely spread ; — drink it, and the animal spirits are lively and clear. The chief rulers, dukes and nobility, esteem it; — the lower people, the poor...
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The Chinese Repository, Volume 18

1849
...principal flavor is lost, still the preparation is eatable. Tea is of a cooling nature and if drank too freely, will produce exhaustion and lassitude...drinking it, add ginger and salt to counteract this cool ing property. It is an exceedingly useful plant; cultivate it, and the benefit will be widely...
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The Family friend [ed. by R.K. Philp]., Volume 5

Robert Kemp Philp
..."Dewy Shoots," the "Money Shoots," and the " Revista-garden Tea." • " Tea," says the above author, " is of a cooling nature, and if drunk too freely will produce exhaustion and lassitude. It is an exceedingly useful plant. Cultivate it, and the benefit will be widely spread. Drink it, and...
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The Merchants' Magazine and Commercial Review, Volume 22

1850
...which without a lively fire cannot possibly be done well. " Tea is of a cooling nature, and if drank too freely, will produce exhaustion and lassitude;...be widely spread ; drink it, and the animal spirits are lively and clear. The chief rulers, dukes and nobility, esteem it; — the lower people, the poor...
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Hunt's Merchants' Magazine and Commercial Review, Volume 22

Freeman Hunt, Thomas Prentice Kettell, William Buck Dana - 1850
...which without a lively fire cannot possibly be done well. " Tea is of a cooling nature, and if drank too freely, will produce exhaustion and lassitude...be widely spread ; drink it, and the animal spirits are lively and clear. The chief rulers, dukes and nobility, esteem it ; — the lower people, the poor...
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The Merchants' Magazine and Commercial Review, Volume 22

1850
...This is the way to boil the water, which without a lively fire cannot possibly bo done well. " Tea is of a cooling nature, and if drunk too freely, will...before drinking it, add ginger and salt to counteract Ihia cooling property. It is an exceedingly useful plant; cultivate it, and the benefit will be widely...
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The National Magazine, Volume 13

Abel Stevens, James Floy - 1858
...pounds per head of the population, and the consumption is rapidly increasing. An old writer says : Tea is of a cooling nature, and, if drunk too freely,...cooling property. It is an exceedingly useful plant. Drink it, and the animal spirits will be lively and clear. The chief ruler esteems it ; the lower people,...
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The Chemistry of Common Life, Volume 1

James Finlay Weir Johnston - 1854 - 654 pagina’s
...millions. The effects of tea, as it is used hi China, are thus described by Chinese writers : '' Tea is of a cooling nature, and, if drunk too freely,...cooling property. It is an exceedingly useful plant. Drink it, and the animal spirits will be lively and clear. The chief rulers and nobility esteem it...
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Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine, Volume 75

1854
...as it :.< used in China, are thus spoken of by Chinese writers, as quoted by Mr. Fortune — "'Tea is of a cooling nature, and, if drunk too freely,...lassitude ; country people, before drinking it, add ginger ana salt to counteract this cooling property. It is an exceedingly useful plant j cultivate it, and...
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