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What’s in your cup?

A companion thread to What's on your plate? 

 

I thought it would fun to share what we’re all drinking. It could be your favourite tea or show of your crowd pleasing cocktail recipes. What’s in your cup?

Right now, I’m enjoying a nice cup of ginger peach tea with milk and honey. It’s nice and calming before bed. 

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And shout out to the original thread  I kinda found out too late about this and it’s been far too long since it was updated. 

 

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You have no idea @heartsmyface! It took me FOREVER to get them out of that aisle!

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@JoSometimes, those are fun illustrations on the cans.

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Thanks @itsfi! I tried so hard to walk away from them but my girls insisted. It ended up being a nice new years treat for them. 

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The Qi Blue Lotus

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@SportyGirly125 so pretty

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@CorgiMommy Thank you 

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@SportyGirly125 Oooh those are so fun to watch bloom when they get rehydrated. I’m curious to know how you repurpose it after for skincare?

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@JoSometimes I love that it doesn’t go to waste 

 

Baths: Adding dried or fresh healing flowers to a warm bath can provide relaxation and skin benefits. Rose petals, lavender, and chamomile are often used in this manner.

 

Infusion: Infuse healing flowers in hot or cold water and use the liquid to create compresses for sore muscles, bruises, and minor injuries.

 

Flower Steams: Inhaling steam infused with healing flowers can provide relief for respiratory issues. Add a handful of dried flowers to a bowl of hot water, drape a towel over your head, and breathe in the steam.

 

here are some more 

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@SportyGirly125 The bath and the steam sound so relaxing… 😌

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@SportyGirly125 - I hope that tastes as good as it looks! 🙂

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@Titian06 @It really does. I alternate between the rose and chrysanthemum too. Also you can repurpose the flower and add it into your skincare routine. 

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Today's smoothie is banana, 🍌 raspberry, and blueberry--tastey! 🙂

 

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@Titian06  this looks so tasty!

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Thanks, @peculiarzmakeup !  My smoothie skills are starting to become more consistent (finally 😄 ).

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Oh, this combo makes a gorgeous purple @Titian06! I've been eating more bananas lately (and interestingly, my sleep has been improving - yes!) and I love blueberries so that will definitely be a combo I do this year, and raspberries too! 😋

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@itsfi - I used the bananas fresh, not frozen.  The smoothies were tastey.  I'll have to do this again.  I'm actually not that crazy about bananas, but this is a good way to eat them without "eating" them! 😄

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Oh @Titian06, I thought it was just me that felt that way about bananas. It's changed recently but for the longest time, I did not like eating ust a banana. Banana split, I'm down for. Banana cream pie, count me in. Banana bread, sure, why not?! Banana milkshake, bring it! Bananas foster, oh yeah! Just a banana, ummm... no, thank you. 😆 Since Sephoria NYC, thanks to @heartsmyface and @Mellmars1185, I've either had a banana for breakfast, either by itself or in a smoothie or for a mid-morning or mid-afternoon snack. I actually think it (the magnesium from it) has been helpful with my sleep. I like bananas in smoothies, it helps give it a nice creaminess.

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@itsfi  Challenge- bite a banana everytime you read the word banana;)   If you do this, it’s gonna be a good day:) 

 

Ha I was just going through some papers in a dreaded junk drawer yesterday and found a banana bread recipe and made banana muffins.  Mostly to escape the drawer cleaning but no judging cause well, banana muffins. 

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@itsfi @Titian06 I was also on the same (banana) boat with eating them alone. Over the years they have grown on me. If I don't have time to make breakfast, bananas are so handy to grab and go. They even come with their own packaging!

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@Mellmars1185 @itsfi - That's the best part about a banana--the packaging!  They aren't messy like some fruits and you don't have to put it in a container and use a fork or spoon.  Grab & go!

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Blueberries are so good! I love the matching nail peeking out in corner there @Titian06 

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