Bitter Melon Tea to Combat High Blood Pressure

Project Roohie # 6

How are you my fellow Soul-Searchers?

Here’s the next story for you from this project. Hope you like it!

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WifeBlah’s story:

“Last year a friend of mine told me that Bitter Melon tea can help lower blood pressure. So I decided to try it.

It has been a year now that I am drinking this tea. And it is really helping with my blood pressure. I think it is acting as diuretics.

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I just buy the dried Bitter Melon from the Asian store. I boil hot water, add the dried pieces of Bitter Melon to it and then boil it for another 5 minutes. I add some lemon juice to it and then drink it up.

I drink this tea daily or sometimes every other day.”

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WifeBlah is the blogging name of a wonderful Filipino lifestyle blogger based in America. She shares her everyday experiences on life, travel stories, recipes and yes, her fish tanks. You can read her blog wifeblah.com here.

Project Roohie is an archive of traditional and contemporary wellness tools and practices rooted in the aesthetics of organic living and sustainability.  We welcome recipes and regimes of self-care, health, and diet from your family, community, and cultural lineages. This is a collaboration project undertaken by The Soul-Searcher with House of Noorie.

pc: WifeBlah

p.s: WifeBlah shared her recipe with us after she read our story on Orange tea. (Check it out, if you haven’t already). Thank you for your warm response dear!

You can share your stories with us too. Email us at thesoulsearcher.life@gmail.com. We are waiting! ๐Ÿ™‚

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Happy Soul-Searching!

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Author: The SoulSearcher

The writer is a research scholar in English literature, an avid reader and sucker for life philosophies

5 thoughts

  1. Thank you so much for the feature ๐Ÿ™‚ ๐Ÿ™‚ speechless. I see my tea on an amazing bloggerโ€™s site. ๐Ÿ™‚ thanks for the kind words. By the way, Iโ€m a Filipino. An immigrant here in America but not really American ๐Ÿ™‚ ๐Ÿ™‚ peace. Thanks again.

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      1. Oh please don’t say sorry, it’s not a mistake. It’s just nobody knows or not everybody knows who we really are or where we came from because we don’t usually write things like these in our blogs. I really appreciate you blogging about my tea, so please don’t say sorry. ๐Ÿ™‚ Thank you so much.

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