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    I just had to comment on this. I think that decaf tea is actually worse for you and your baby than the caffeine itself. They use the same chemical that they put in dry cleaning fluid in order to strip the caffeine from tea and coffee . I would highly recommend (as a pregnant lady and a nurse) that you go for a naturally low caffeine option instead such as Madura.


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    Herbal tea is an caffeine free tea. You should by this herbal tea which contain many health regarding advantages. If you are tea lover and wants caffeine free tea than herbal tea is best for you.

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    Im way late here but may be helpful for others

    I drink Natures cuppa organic ceylon tea
    tastes like tea with very little caffeine
    98% caffeine free
    you can buy it at Coles and Woolworths

    mmm love my tea too
    Last edited by miffy25; 08-01-2012 at 15:21. Reason: spelling error

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    You can decaffeinate your own tea. Caffeine is water soluble and sensitive to heat so all you need to do is pour a little boiling water on your tea bag/leaves in your cup, let it infuse for 30 seconds to a minute then discard that water. Then make your tea as normal.

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    thanks evilwombatqueen never knew that


 

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