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Question on semi colon / colon usage

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" Tea forces me to take a deep breath and slow down. Literally, have you ever moved too fast with a mug of hot water in your hands?" Should I put a colon or semi-colon or ... in between these two sentences? Or leave it as is?
Thank you! how about this one "Blueberry tea, raspberry tea, goji berry tea… The options are endless."

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that will be semi colon because its listing things. and your welcome!
Last one I promise! Boy do I have trouble with these "I have seasonal allergies, and I’ve recently discovered a neat trick to alleviate them: eating honey from a local farm."
dont change that its correct the way it is.
thank you so much!
Complete Sentence . Complete Sentence . Complete Sentence + Semicolon + Complete Sentence . Complete Sentence + Comma + FANBOYS . I like coffee. You like tea. I like coffee; you like tea. I like coffee, and you like tea.
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