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Rooibos Tea - 50 Times the Antioxidant Properties of Green Tea


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Rooibos Tea is 100% organic and contains no colors, additives or preservatives, free from harmful substances, and no caffeine. According to studies, it has been shown to aid in health problems such as diabetes, high blood pressure, irritability, headaches, stomach cramps, disturbed sleeping patterns, insomnia, nervous tension, mild depression or hypertension, liver diseases, allergies, cataracts, mellitus, atherosclerosis, nausea and vomiting, constipation, stomach ulcers, and hearburn. It also contains an antispasmodic to help relieve digestive distress, and colic in infants. Rooibos Tea is free from harmful stimulants. It has very low tannin levels.

Tannins can affect the metabolism by decreasing absorbtion of certain nutrients like iron and protein. Rooibos Tea contains no oxalic acid, allowing those suffering from kidney stones to drink freely. This tea has many amazing health benefits. It boosts the immune system and has 50 times the antioxidant properties of green tea.

Rooibos (pronouced roy-boss) Tea is an herbal plant grown in South Africa. The leaves are oxidized to produce the distinctive reddish-brown color, and enhance the flavor. It is also called Red Bush Tea or Red Tea. The Japanese, from there extensive research call it Long Life Tea. This herbal tea helps aid in the body's natural schedule, relaxing in the evening and stimulating during the day. It contains the minerals; potassium, iron, calcium, copper, fluoride, zinc, manganese and magnesium. The flavor is often described a sweet and slightly nutty. Preparation of Rooibos Tea is essentially the same as any tea, approximately 2-3 minutes. It is delicious hot or cold.

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