Although green tea is hailed for its beneficial properties in many areas of health, black tea also has its benefits, particularly in preventing or reversing gray hair. Black tea possesses very few calories or traditional nutrients that oolong or green tea has, but it does boast a number of polyphenolic compounds. These antioxidants can stop oxidative stress in its tracks, including in the hair follicles and skin cells, which helps your hair maintain a youthful and natural color. You can find black tea throughout the world, and brewing a pot, letting it cool and then rinsing your hair with it can give you fast results!
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