Exhilarating properties of tea. Its introduction into Europe. Amount consumed. Increase of this consumption.
That every variety of tea sold in our American market, if good for anything, is, in a greater or less degree,
exciting or exhilarating, is, I believe, generally known. Few would long continue to use an article - even with
the addition of cream, milk or sugar - which had no other effect on the system than that of pure water, viz., to