Benefits for colds and flu virus

by Ed

I have suggested white tea on numerous occasions to multiple people for the treatment of cough, cold, and flu like symptoms.

The people tried several cups of quality whole white tea buds made with a strainer and hot water.

In all cases an astounding improvement was noted, from increase in energy, a feeling of wellbeing, better sleep and reduced coughing. Effects were usually first noticed about an hour after the first cup and continued improvement was noticed over several days of continued use.

I just wanted to share this true story as it is one of the main reasons I still drink and recommend white tea.

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Thank you for sharing!
by: Della @ The Tea Talk

Ed, thank you so much for sharing your story with us - this is such interesting information!

Many of us tend to think first of herbal teas for helping relieve the symptoms of colds and flu, but white tea (and other teas from the Camellia sinensis tea plant) can provide many benefits when we're battling a cold or flu, as well!

Your detailed information - including what types of improvement and when symptom improvements were noticed - is very helpful and interesting, too - thank you so much for sharing with our other readers! :)

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