Results:The nasal symptom medication score in the long-term intake group was significantly lower than that of the short-term intake group at the peak of pollen dispersal. The symptom scores for throat pain, nose-blowing, tears, and hindrance to activities of daily living were significantly better in the long-term group than the short-term group. In particular, the differences in the symptom scores for throat pain and nose-blowing between the 2 groups were marked
Conclusions: We conclude that drinking ‘benifuuki’ tea for 1.5 months prior to the cedar pollen season is effective in reducing symptom scores for Japanese cedar pollinosis. [...]
So you drink coffee every morning for that ‘perk-me-up’ hoping to stay alert while trying to juggle all the demands of work, family and chores. Or perhaps reach out for that Teh-O (Black Tea) because you’re more of the tea person and of course you know that tea makes you more relaxed.
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