Are Cold Sores Causing You To Want To Hide?

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Don’t let a cold sore keep you from showing the world your beautiful smile!  We learned from a customer that our Holy Healer tea helps make them go away – and fast!!  Make a compression with it and apply to the infected area.  This also works if you can feel it just starting.

Follow these steps:

1.  Use 2 teaspoons of Holy Healer tea in a tea bag or tea filter and steep it in boiling water for 3 – 4 minutes.

2.  Apply tea bag onto the area with light pressure and let it sit for approximately 5 minutes.  Repeat this every 3-4 hours with a new tea bag, if needed, for a day.

Why does this work?  Well, we weren’t surprised about it when heard of this little trick because Holy Healer has antiviral, antibacterial and antimicrobial properties.  So, here you go.  One more reason why this tea continues to be so amazingly good for you!

 

 

 

 

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About Steeped And Infused

It’s Tea Time! Steeped and Infused offers a premium selection of quality loose leaf teas and unique accessories. My name is Jennifer Best and I am the founder of Steeped and Infused. I have had the opportunity to combine my love for people and delivering exceptional customer service, my passion for tea and its health benefits, and a desire to be an entrepreneur to launch a tea shop that is welcoming, informative and offers an unparalleled tea experience. My personal challenges with my health four years ago introduced me to the world of tea and the many healing properties tea promotes. Having personally benefited from a lifestyle that includes a variety of quality loose leaf teas, I bring my passion, insight and commitment to health to customers at Steeped and Infused. On the blog you will also find information on various subjects related to tea, events hosted by Steeped and Infused and discussions that provide valuable information that we can all apply to our daily lives. I truly appreciate your support, welcome your comments and hope you enjoy the information shared. Sincerely, Jenn
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