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10 Great Benefits of Rooibos

Deliciously fragrant with a bright red hue, rooibos tea is a herbal tea made from a South African bush plant, grown exclusively in the Cederberg Mountains. With a floral aroma and naturally sweet taste, this red herbal tea is sure to delight all your senses while giving your body a whole host of health benefits!

1. Contains No Caffeine

Red rooibos tea can perk you up, giving you the energy and health boost you need to see you through the day while being caffeine-free. If you find yourself reaching out for a cup of coffee too often, try switching to rooibos tea. Removing caffeine from your diet can help improve your mood, stress levels and cardiac health.

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This herbal tea can also complement your bedtime routine as a cup of red rooibos tea before going to bed can help you sleep better. If you suffer from insomnia or often have trouble having a restful night, perhaps this tea can be a natural solution.

2. Improves Heart Health

Red rooibos tea contains quercetin- An antioxidant associated with preventing a wide range of heart conditions. Its anti-inflammatory properties lowers blood pressure while eradicating free radicals that are harmful to your body. Drinking this herbal tea will help prevent bad cholesterol from clogging the walls of arteries and blood vessels. Having a cup of red rooibos tea regularly will go a long way in guarding against heart conditions like stroke or cardiac arrest.

3. Improves Blood Circulation

Red rooibos tea contains chrysoeriols, which can help decrease blood pressure and improve blood circulation. Apart from being an antioxidant with anti-inflammatory properties, this compound has been linked to reducing cholesterol.

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4. Anti-inflammatory

Rich in antioxidants, red rooibos tea can help protect the body by fighting free radicals. The anti-inflammatory properties of polyphenols found in this herbal tea aid in preventing heart conditions, while their antiviral properties will also boost your immune system. Red rooibos tea is sure to keep your health in its peak condition.

5. Curbs Diabetes

Aspalathin, a rare antioxidant found in red rooibos tea contains a variety of amazing abilities. Drinking this herbal tea helps prevent type II diabetes by balancing blood sugar, improving insulin resistance, improve glucose uptake and increase insulin secretion from the pancreas. Having red rooibos tea regularly in your diet can guard you against this illness that is on a rise throughout the world. Even if one is already diabetic, having this herbal tea can help control diabetes by preventing spikes and drops in blood sugar. The next time you feel tempted to reach out for a sugar-loaded drink, why not opt for this naturally sweet yet healthy tea instead?

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6. Relieves digestion problems

If you find yourself suffering from any digestive issues or stomach cramps, try having a cup of red rooibos tea. Not only will this tea help calm your nerves, it can naturally ease any abdominal pain and aid digestion. From mild stomach pain to more painful conditions like irritable bowel syndrome, red rooibos tea can be used as a natural remedy. The next time you feel a tummy ache coming on, brew a cup of this herbal tea to relieve the pain.

7. Contains anti-ageing properties

Packed with antioxidants, red rooibos tea is able to slow down symptoms of aging while boosting the strength of the immune system. Antioxidants help flush out free radicals that are responsible for damaging your skin and hair. One of the highest in terms of antioxidant content, this herbal tea is a must to protect both your overall health and youthful looks against the tide of time.

8. Clears skin

Packed with zinc and alpha hydroxy acid, red rooibos tea may be your natural remedy to troubled skin. If you suffer from acne or rashes, try applying this tea directly as a toner or facial wash. To prepare toner using this tea, brew some loose rooibos tea leaves in a cup of hot water. Once steeped and cooled, mix the tea with apple cider vinegar and apply on your skin. This homemade toner is a natural way to ensure your skin is smooth and clear.

9. Strengthens bones and teeth

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Rich in manganese, calcium and fluoride, rooibos tea can help promote healthy bones and teeth. Drinking this herbal tea may go a long way in preventing common health conditions like joint pain, osteoporosis and arthritis. Manganese helps repair damage and build more bones mass while fluoride is an important compound to maintain healthy teeth. Calcium is widely known to be important in building healthy strong bones and teeth.

10. Promotes Healthy Hair

Rich in minerals, red rooibos tea can help speed up hair growth while strengthening your locks as well. This herbal tea can also help prevent hair loss as it contains compounds that help shed dead skin cells that may block hair follicles and prevent hair from growing. If you suffer from dandruff, this anti-inflammatory properties of the tea may help relieve the symptoms of dandruff by soothing the scalp. With these benefits, there’s no reason not to try drinking this tea regularly and watch your locks become shinier and healthier.

From protection against diseases to giving you luscious locks, this red herbal tea sure packs a punch. While it may seem less common compared to age-old favourites like green tea, this herbal tea hailing all the way from South Africa is on the rise to popularity. Try a cup today and enjoy its natural sweetness while also relishing in the fact it’s doing your body some good!


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