Thursday, July 2, 2009

When cooling tea is in demand

With the influenza A(H1N1) gathering momentum in spreading to more and more countries, including Malaysia, all of us are concerned about how not to get infected. One of the ways suggested by the Chinese sinseh (physician) is taking cooling tea. As a result, chrysanthemum tea is in demand with another herb called jin yin hua following suit. Both are said to be able to cool the body down to prevent diseases. The price of both has gone up quite tremendously.

We try to make our bodies 'cool' so as to get better resistance to ward off the attack of viruses. If our bodies are 'hot' so to speak, we are more vulnerable to viral attack. Hence, we take cooling tea every alternate day as defence against the flu.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

tea is good for health but occasionally i must say we have it... :)

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