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‘If you are cold, tea will warm you; if you are heated it will cool you; if you are depressed it will cheer you; if you’re excited it will calm you’. - William Gladstone, a prime minister during Queen Victoria’s reign. Recent years have seen considerable interest in tea’s therapeutic properties, which is one of the factors leading to an increase in tea consumption. Modern scientific research in both east and west has found that regular tea drinking can lower blood fats and prevent cholesterol accumulation. Tea drinking is also said to help with weight loss, prevent tooth...