Rooibos (Aspalathus Linearis)
Indigenous to the Cape of Good Hope
It is known to have 50% more antioxidants than those found in green tea.
Rooibos also boasts being free of caffeine and tannins unlike other varieties of teas.
Full of micro-nutrients: Iron, zinc, copper and manganese are only a few of the many minerals that rooibos tea is rich in. Rooibos has the wonderful benefit of boosting your immunity.
The antioxidants present in rooibos tea prevent the movement of free radicals in the body and combat oxidative stress. This in turn prevents premature ageing and enables the maintenance of soft, supple skin.
Red tea is caffeine-free and also free of tannins. This element is present in other teas and is known to cause digestive issues among many people. Red tea is a storehouse of antispasmodic elements, preventing diarrhea and gastric issues. It has no oxalic acid, this makes it suitable for those who are prone to developing kidney stones.
Improves the quality of sleep,
It is important to note that rooibos tea is free of any caffeine content and therefore, it is extremely suitable for insomniacs. Drinking red tea reverses the harrowing effects of too much caffeine and relaxes your tired nerves and calms you down.
Anti-inflammatory and anti-bacterial properties,
These encourage healing wounds and giving relief from any kind of pain. The tea is super rich in polyphenols, thus aiding the immune system and thereby, boosting the health of an individual.
Enhances bone strength,
The presence of calcium and manganese is really good for your bones. Along with strengthening bones, it encourages bone and joint development. Thus, problems like arthritis are kept at bay.
Good for skin,
Red tea is also the secret to beautiful and radiant skin. The alpha hydroxy content of red tea can reverse cell damage and rejuvenate the skin. As a rich source of bioflavanoids, red tea improves blood circulation and glowing skin