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We are conveniently located inside Circle of Life Massage & Wellness in Ephrata, PA. We provide massage therapy and ashiatsu services for clients in the following areas: Ephrata, Lititz, Akron, Lancaster, and other outlying towns.

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In my commitment to provide a unique and outstanding massage experience to all of my clients and out of consideration for other client's time, as well as my own, Knots in Knead Massage Therapy have adopted the following business policies.

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Teas that will warm a cold winter day

April 29, 2017

If you’re cutting down on caffeine, it can be hard to train yourself out of reaching for a steaming mug of tea or coffee to warm yourself up on a cold day. Here are a few ideas for warming drinks that won’t send your caffeine levels sky high…

 

Neat herbal infusions:

  • For a really easy herbal infusion, brew up some boiling water and add fennel seeds, or rosemary. The fennel seeds are also good if you’re suffering from a post-holiday delicate stomach/indigestion.

  • For a warming liquorice brew, add star anise to hot water in a mug and steep until you reach the right intensity.

  • Spearmint can be a warming herbal infusion, because of its intense flavor. Peppermint, by contrast, can have a cooling effect.

  • Fresh peeled ginger is warming, but don’t overdo dried ginger as it can be a little bit too spicy for some palates. If you feel a cold coming on, a few cups of fresh ginger tea can fend it right off.

  • Try not to add pure sugar to herbal infusions; if you can drink them neat that’s best but if not; opt for molasses, maltose, and palm sugar which all have warming rather than cooling properties.

Who needs a caramel latte anyway?

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