Be Amazed By The Health Benefits Of Rooibos

Our customers are discovering and enjoying the many benefits of Rooibos.

It is naturally caffeine freeImage

There are no chemical processes to remove the caffeine it grows naturally without it. This means that anyone can drink it pregnant women, children and those that have health related issues with caffeinated beverages.

Antioxidants

Two polyphenol antioxidants called aspalathin and nothofagin are found in high concentrations. These antioxidants help the body by fighting free radicals. There are also anti-inflammatory properties associated with these polyphenols so they can help safeguard against heart disease.

Cancer

There has been a link between drinking Rooibos and a reduction in cancer causing chemicals. The tea’s anti-oxidants have anti cancer properties that defend DNA and cells against damage and inhibit them from developing into cancer.

Mineral Content

  • Rooibos contains minerals that are vital for the body’s health
  • Magnesium for the nervous system
  • Calcium & manganese for strong bones and teeth
  • Zinc for your metabolism
  • Iron for blood and muscles to distribute oxygen around the body.

Improves Circulation

The anti-oxidant Chysoeriol is contained in rooibos this anti-oxidant improves your circulation while preventing the the activity of the enzyme that triggers cardiovascular disease. Rooibos can also lower blood pressure and cholesterol.

Iron Absorption

Rooibos has less than half the tannins found in black tea. It supports the body in the absorption of iron unlike black tea which inhibits it.

Why not try the many flavours of Rooibos that we have available and gain the numerous health benefits that go along with this great tasting tea!

You can find our range at https://itea.com.au/our_teas/15-s-herbal-rooibos-tea.html

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