You might want to think twice before getting the latest tea, but that doesn’t mean you shouldn’t try out new things, even if you aren’t a tea expert.
For a whole host of reasons, tea pain is still one of the most common ailments around the world.
But in 2017, that pain might not be a big deal, according to researchers from The University of Queensland in Australia.
According to the research, tea can help relieve pain and anxiety by relieving the pain of a headache.
“A number of studies have shown that tea can reduce the amount of pain people experience,” the research team wrote in a research paper published in the journal Pain.
So how does tea help you feel better?
The study found that tea helped people feel better on average in about half of the cases where they took it.
The pain relief was greatest when tea was consumed in the morning, and the pain relief seemed to be strongest when tea drinkers drank it before meals.
While this may sound like a huge advantage, it could be a little misleading.
As the researchers point out, it is very likely that tea drinkers will experience some discomfort and may not feel as well when taking it during the day.
In addition, tea drinkers may also be more likely to get sick because of the tea and also the tea itself.
Tea is also very easy to drink, which means you could end up consuming tea and having pain if you don’t pay attention to your drinking habits.