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Today I just feel like screaming into a pillow…
I have no reason as to why, but all afternoon/evening I’ve felt like someone drove into me at full force – I just have a killer migraine, my body is sore and achy, I’m insanely tired, and to cap it all off I have two teeth that are really starting to be a problem. God do I hate my teeth; despite doing all the tooth care things I’m supposed to be doing I’ve just had sooo many reoccurring problems with tooth pain. I know it’s genetic; my entire family has this history of dental issues, especially on my dad’s side. We just have brittle teeth; and I’m sure all the tea drinking doesn’t help…
I know that dentist office’s are still open in Canada during the pandemic, but only for emergency treatment. What qualifies as emergency treatment though? Can I call and be like ‘Yo, I have a dull toothache that just wont quit but it’s the kind of pain that is dull and tireless so it eats you alive from the inside out slowly" or does it have to be more of a “IF YOU DON’T PULL THIS TOOTH OUT RIGHT FUCKING NOW I WILL DO IT MYSELF” kind of pain?? So much is unclear…
Anyway, I’m drinking this one tonight because I’m pulling out all the stops with comforting and soothing teas that make me feel at east/relaxed. That’s probably about the best thing that I can do for myself right now.
This is a killer chai made with wild harvested Canadian bits. It is higher on the spice level, yet crisp and refreshing due to the lemongrass and orange. This chai also has chaga mushroom, which adds an interesting nutty depth. This chai is great without milk or sugar, and does not getting bitter even with oversteeping. Oversteeping will turn very spicy though.
Full review on Oolong Owl http://oolongowl.com/chaga-chai-boreal-wildcraft/