#MYStayHome: More demand for traditional herbs to boost immunity during Covid-19

People have been stocking up on dried herbs like Chinese wolfberries, (goji berries), dried yam, red jujube dates and dried longan, says Lee. Filepic

In the last two weeks, Chinese sinseh Michael Lee has seen a steady demand for Chinese traditional herbs at his medical hall in Jalan Klang Lama, Kuala Lumpur.

Each day, he sells between 30 and 50 satchets of pre-packed herbs, which are used to make herbal soups.

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