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#1: Re: Jiaogulan

Posted on 2006-07-17 04:45:29 by neyma

some intresting points you make Kevin,
let me address them one by one


Kevin wrote:
> 1) spammers should be sent to jail with guys who have "enlarged penis",
> take "viagra soft tabs" and "are looking for rough sex".

1. Yes i agree, people that would come into a tea forum and advertise
something like viarga are clearly wasting everybodies time, becuase
people that read a tea forum are intrested in reading about tea. keep
in mind that jiaogulan is in fact a tea.

> 2) jiaogulan has a quite special taste (mainly aftertaste); not many
> people in the west would like it I think.

people say that the taste of jiaogulan is 'slighty sweet and a little
bitter'

it has been used as a natural sweeter and suger alternative to suger in
japan. the taste is very middle ground and most people will enjoy it.
You are probably reffering to the 'Chinese Jiaogulan' which in fact
can be a bit bitter and not so nice to drink. We provide the softer
Thai grown Jiaogulan, which has a slight sweetness and is pleasureable
to drink

> 3) like most chinese herbals it costs vitually nothing; less than 1USD
> for 100g.

Well let me put it this way. If you went to Bejing and wanted to buy a
bowl of duck soup from little resturant how much would that cost you?
Probably under a dollar. However if you went to San Francisco and
wanted to order that same bowl of duck soup, how much would that cost
you?

got my point?

and btw even in Thailand where we grow and distribute the Jiaogualn, it
is not cheap and the price of it is on par with the most expensive
ginseng and oolong teas.

Hope that clarfies things Kevin and I encourage you to try our
Jiaogulan, it is quite different than anything you have ever tried.

Best regards
Neyma Jahan
<a href="http://www.projectgoodlife.com" target="_blank">http://www.projectgoodlife.com</a>




&gt; Kevin.
&gt;
&gt;
&gt; <a href="mailto:neyma&#64;projectgoodlife.com" target="_blank">neyma&#64;projectgoodlife.com</a> wrote:
&gt; &gt; Hello there
&gt; &gt;
&gt; &gt; I wanted to ask you guys if you have ever heard of Jiaogulan Tea?
&gt; &gt; <a href="http://www.projectgoodlife.com" target="_blank">http://www.projectgoodlife.com</a>

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#2: Re: Jiaogulan

Posted on 2006-07-17 05:44:12 by toci

Green Frog's reference says the only major side effect seems to be
nausea, except it might kill the pre-born. Toci
<a href="mailto:neyma&#64;projectgoodlife.com" target="_blank">neyma&#64;projectgoodlife.com</a> wrote:
&gt; some intresting points you make Kevin,
&gt; let me address them one by one
&gt;
&gt;
&gt; Kevin wrote:
&gt; &gt; 1) spammers should be sent to jail with guys who have &quot;enlarged penis&quot;,
&gt; &gt; take &quot;viagra soft tabs&quot; and &quot;are looking for rough sex&quot;.
&gt;
&gt; 1. Yes i agree, people that would come into a tea forum and advertise
&gt; something like viarga are clearly wasting everybodies time, becuase
&gt; people that read a tea forum are intrested in reading about tea. keep
&gt; in mind that jiaogulan is in fact a tea.
&gt;
&gt; &gt; 2) jiaogulan has a quite special taste (mainly aftertaste); not many
&gt; &gt; people in the west would like it I think.
&gt;
&gt; people say that the taste of jiaogulan is 'slighty sweet and a little
&gt; bitter'
&gt;
&gt; it has been used as a natural sweeter and suger alternative to suger in
&gt; japan. the taste is very middle ground and most people will enjoy it.
&gt; You are probably reffering to the 'Chinese Jiaogulan' which in fact
&gt; can be a bit bitter and not so nice to drink. We provide the softer
&gt; Thai grown Jiaogulan, which has a slight sweetness and is pleasureable
&gt; to drink
&gt;
&gt; &gt; 3) like most chinese herbals it costs vitually nothing; less than 1USD
&gt; &gt; for 100g.
&gt;
&gt; Well let me put it this way. If you went to Bejing and wanted to buy a
&gt; bowl of duck soup from little resturant how much would that cost you?
&gt; Probably under a dollar. However if you went to San Francisco and
&gt; wanted to order that same bowl of duck soup, how much would that cost
&gt; you?
&gt;
&gt; got my point?
&gt;
&gt; and btw even in Thailand where we grow and distribute the Jiaogualn, it
&gt; is not cheap and the price of it is on par with the most expensive
&gt; ginseng and oolong teas.
&gt;
&gt; Hope that clarfies things Kevin and I encourage you to try our
&gt; Jiaogulan, it is quite different than anything you have ever tried.
&gt;
&gt; Best regards
&gt; Neyma Jahan
&gt; <a href="http://www.projectgoodlife.com" target="_blank">http://www.projectgoodlife.com</a>
&gt;
&gt;
&gt;
&gt;
&gt; &gt; Kevin.
&gt; &gt;
&gt; &gt;
&gt; &gt; <a href="mailto:neyma&#64;projectgoodlife.com" target="_blank">neyma&#64;projectgoodlife.com</a> wrote:
&gt; &gt; &gt; Hello there
&gt; &gt; &gt;
&gt; &gt; &gt; I wanted to ask you guys if you have ever heard of Jiaogulan Tea?
&gt; &gt; &gt; <a href="http://www.projectgoodlife.com" target="_blank">http://www.projectgoodlife.com</a>

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#3: Re: Jiaogulan

Posted on 2006-07-17 10:40:06 by neyma

toci wrote:
&gt; Green Frog's reference says the only major side effect seems to be
&gt; nausea, except it might kill the pre-born. Toci
&gt; <a href="mailto:neyma&#64;projectgoodlife.com" target="_blank">neyma&#64;projectgoodlife.com</a> wrote:
&gt; &gt; some intresting points you make Kevin,
&gt; &gt; let me address them one by one
&gt; &gt;
&gt;


ha intresteing - well since we are on a morouse trip let me also remind
you that the 'offical' side effects of our beloved green tea are the
same and worse and including

&quot;People with heart problems, kidney disorders, stomach ulcers, and
psychological disorders (particularly anxiety) should not take green
tea. Pregnant and breastfeeding women should also avoid green tea.&quot;

not to even get into the side effects of caffinee of which Jiaogulan
has none

Best Regards
Neyma Jahan
<a href="http://www.projectgoodlife.com" target="_blank">http://www.projectgoodlife.com</a>

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