Used Tea Leaves (Chagra): Dry unused leaves are hard to digest. So you may want to try used tea leaves for consumption. If you do make sure the used leaves are clean and free from germs. If you leave used leaves in a pot with
some tea liquor still in it for a long period, If you leave used leaves in a pot with some tea liquor still in it for a long period, bacteria may form. As soon as you finish brewing your tea, transfer the used leaves onto a large strainer. Draw out the tea completely and dry it by spreading the leaves on clean paper or a flat strainer. Turn the leaves over a couple of times to dry them completely. This creates "Chagra". You can use Chagra for: Carpet Cleaning, Cutting Board Cleaning, Rust Prevention, Cat Litter, Eye Pads, Tea Bath, Mouth Wash, Tea Pillows, Incense, Refrigerator Deodorizer.
Then simply vacuum up the chagara. Green tea’s clean smell will refresh your room as well as clean the carpet.
Rub the board with the chagara and rinse thoroughly. Tea liquor can also be used to wash cutting boards and kitchen equipment. To serve using a serrated knife.
You do not have to use first brew tea. Enjoy drinking your first and second brew, and cool your third or fourth brew for mouthwash.
Using tea leaves in thin cotton bags or old tea bags can help eliminate refrigerator odors.