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Rooibos Tea (抗酸茶)

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Rooibos Tea (抗酸茶)

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30 x 2.5g packs/box

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  • Anti-inflammatory
  • Relieves hypertension
  • Boosts respiratory system
  • Boosts digestive tract
  • Promotes healthy hair
  • Improves blood circulation
  • Anti-inflammatory
  • Relieves hypertension
  • Boosts respiratory system
  • Boosts digestive tract
  • Promotes healthy hair
  • Improves blood circulation

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  • DETAILS
  • INGREDIENTS
  • HOW TO USE
  • THE SCIENCE
  • REVIEWS
  • DETAILS

    Rooibos Tea comes from South Africa (country of origin) and is one of the most versatile health beverages today. This needle-like red bush tea, made popular recently by the Japanese and Germans, is caffeine-free and rich in minerals and antioxidants (including a mimic of SOD).

    Eu Yan Sang Rooibos Tea is suitable for the young and elderly and can be consumed hot or cold. It complements well with many flavours and can be added to cold lemonade, hot soups and even milk. Or, it can be simply be enjoyed on its own for its distinctive aroma.

     

    Key Benefits:

    • Caffeine-free and rich in minerals and anti-oxidants
    • Anti-inflammatory
    • Relieves hypertension
    • Aids respiratory system
    • Good for bones & teeth
    • Boosts digestive tract
    • Helps prevent Type II Diabetes
    • Promotes healthy hair
    • Improves blood circulation
  • INGREDIENTS

    100% Rooibos Tea Leaves

  • HOW TO USE

    Eu Yan Sang Rooibos Tea is suitable for the young and elderly and can be drunk hot or cold. It complements well with many tastes and can be added to cold lemonade, hot soups and even milk. Or it can simply be enjoyed on its own for its distinctive aroma.

    Directions:

    Put 1 sachet into a regular mug, add 250ml of boiling water and steep for 3-5minutes. 

  • THE SCIENCE

    Health benefits of red rooibos tea include its use as a cure for nagging headaches, insomnia, asthma, eczema, bone weakness, hypertension, allergies, and premature aging. The tea is absolutely free from caffeine content and is also low in tannins. You can enjoy the refreshing beverage all day long with no possible side effects. Drinking rooibos tea can further ease severe stomach cramps, as well as bring relief to asthma and other related conditions. It also boosts the immune system of the human body. The health benefits of red rooibos tea are abundant. This form of tea has traditionally been popular due to its great taste and unique color, while also boosting the health of the body. Rooibos tea or red tea is a medicinal, herbal beverage that is acquired from the Aspalathus linearis bush plant that is found in South Africa. According to the South African Rooibos Council, rooibos is not a true tea, but an herb. The fermented tea is red in color. Its medicinal attributes have been confirmed by The US Department of Agriculture in Washington, DC, which has affirmed that red rooibos tea is capable of reducing cancer, heart disease, premature aging and other serious conditions.
  • REVIEWS

  • Anti-inflammatory
  • Relieves hypertension
  • Boosts respiratory system
  • Boosts digestive tract
  • Promotes healthy hair
  • Improves blood circulation

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