Happy Healthy Eating
Are you a Tea Drinker? Then you probably don’t even know, like I didn’t that throwing away the tea bag right after drinking it is a mistake? Seems tea bags can be used for much more than just brewing tea. Imagine that. Who knew?
According to the Organic Solutions Portal. Hee are some of the other great uses of used Tea Bags.
Like for Fresh Smelling Hands, If you’re cooking spicy foods your hands will probably smell nasty afterwards. Onions, fish or garlic’s odor can linger on until the next day but not if you rub your hands with a tea bag. Any kind of tea bag will do the trick but for best results use peppermint tea.
As a Hair Rinse Tea Bags Strengthen and soften your hair with tea, make a weak tea and rinse your hair with it. You’ll be amazed by the results.
What about No more grease on your dishes? If your dishes are all greasy and burnt and you don’t know how to clean them up, don’t worry we’ve got you covered. Soak a few used tea bags in your dishes overnight and just rinse them in the morning.
Soak a few used tea bags in your bath tub and enjoy the ultimate herbal experience. Which tea to use? You can use any tea you like, but you’ll get the best results from lavender, chamomile, rosemary, green tea or peppermint.
What about as Insect repellent? Not just insects but mice as well hate the mint odor, so why don’t you use old mint tea bags instead of your go-to repellent. Just scatter them around the house and your insect problem is solved.
So How do you store the old tea bags? Leave them at room temperature for 24 hours and then put them in an airtight container and store them in your fridge. Use them whenever you need to. If they start to smell it means that it’s time to get rid of them.
Have a Great New Year of being Happy and Healthy.