One of the more interesting modern phenomenon is the single-serving packet. There’s a whole passage in Fight Club about the tiny servings of things you get on airplanes, but before there was airplane food, there was the tea bag. In some form or another, the tea bag concept has been around for over 100 years. But don’t toss that tea bag after you’ve had your cup; those used pouches can be used for everything from cleaning to home remedies! Here are 10 unique uses for recycled tea bags from Life Hackery.
I go back and forth on tea. Don’t get me wrong, I love the taste and the smell of fresh-brewed tea. What I go back and forth on is how I like it prepared. As a good Southern boy, I’ll always have a soft-spot for iced tea, but hot tea with breakfast or dessert is a wonderful change from coffee. English Breakfast tea has its good points, but recently I’ve discovered that I love Lipton Diet Green Tea with citrus flavor. Nothing is quite as relaxing as a nice cup of chamomile tea, save maybe Earl Grey with honey.
Long story short, I’ve drank enough caffeine to make my heart explode. However, for all I know, that tea will keep me healthier than any handful of pills ever could.