Rooibos is grown only in a small area in the region of the Western Cape province of South Africa. Naturally caffeine-free, low in tannins, rich in antioxidants and an excellent alternate beverage for kids!
Herbal Tea | No caffeine | Steep at 212° for 3-5 minutes | up to 75 servings
The benefits of Red Bush (Rooibos) are very similar to tea made from Camellia Sinensis leaves.
- May contain similar amounts of polyphenols and may be anti-carcinogenic, anti-mutagenic, anti-inflammatory, and anti-viral activity.
- Naturally caffeine-free is ideal for people who want to cut back on caffeine or want to drink it before going to bed. Actually it’s recommended you drink it before going to bed as it may assist with insomnia. It’s also very low in tannins.
- Contains calcium, manganese, and fluoride that may help build strong teeth and bones.
- May be effective and given to infants suffering from colic, sleeping problems, or stomach cramps. Simply add some milk to the tea.
- Contains alpha-hydroxy acid and zinc which may be great for the skin. You can even apply it directly to the skin and it may assist with acne, eczema, and sunburn, etc.
- People with kidney stones can drink it because there’s no oxalic acid.
- Full of vitamins and minerals such as zinc, copper, calcium, manganese, magnesium, potassium.
Our super grade Rooibos has a somewhat “earthy” tone which some people think taste similar to black tea. Rooibos, unlike other herbs, does contain antioxidants, and with no caffeine, Rooibos can be enjoyed any time of day or night. Contains South African loose leaf rooibos.
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