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Definitions of "Bush Tea"

1. Bush Tea


A bunch of leaves, natural herbs, or grasses used for making tea, especially in the morning. The leaves are thrown into a boiling pot and steeped. The tea is strained off.

Example Sentences

Patois: Mi a guh start drink sum serci bush tea inna di mawning fi get a washout
English: I’m going to start drinking cerasee tea in the mornings to get a detox

Related Words

Ackee , Aile , Bag juice , ilaloo ,

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