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Nourishing teas for cold weather | Updated: 2018-10-09 14:39
Tea made from Chinese wolfberries ( Lycium barbarum), rich in antioxidants, can help regulate the immune system, reduce blood fat, lower blood pressure, tonify the kidneys, nourish the face, and fight against cancer, aging and fatigue. [Photo/VCG]

When autumn turns to winter, temperatures gradually drop and the wind feels especially chilly at night, making some tremble. You could catch cold and get sick, so it’s important to pay special attention to your body. Why not drink a cup of hot tea to stay healthy? Here are some herbal brews to try as the weather gets colder.

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