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Source: Papers On Health
Tea should not be infused longer than three or four minutes, and
cream should be used with it. The albuminous matter in milk tends to
throw down some of the tannic acid in an insoluble form. It should not
be taken too hot, and if taken at a meat meal (which is undesirable),
not till quite the conclusion of the meal. Much tea-drinking produces
nervousness and indigestion. If taken very weak it forms a pleasing
addition to the morning and evening meal, but taken as it usually is,
and especially between meals, such as at afternoon tea, it is a serious
cause of ill-health.