Rooibos is an herbal tea discovered by South Africa’s locals at the turn of the century. This “herbal delight” is all natural, for those who prefer their teas classic and unflavoured. It is the essential remedy for tension, headaches, and anxiety due to its soothing effects. Make this organic rooibos tea a part of your daily routine for a healthier, more relaxed and tranquil you; it will make things fine and dandy.
Benefits of Rooibos Tea
Known to be one of the most potent teas in antioxidant content, Rooibos assists the body’s immune system in destroying disease-forming and age-inducing free radical. Among a myriad of other health benefits, Rooibos also relieves stress, helps with insomnia, hypertension, diabetes, high blood pressure/cholesterol, and nervous tension. Coupled with the fact that Rooibos is naturally caffeine – free and may be consumed at any time, and at any age; makes this tea a cup of pure perfection. Make this tea a part of your daily routine for a healthier, more relaxed and tranquil you; it will make things fine and dandy.
How to Steep it
To make it hot, add two teaspoons of loose leaf tea for every 12 oz. (350 ml) of water. Let it steep for 3-5 minutes in 100 degrees Celsius water. Once steeping has complete, remove tea and enjoy!
To make it iced, add three teaspoons of loose leaf tea for every 9 oz. (263 ml) of water. Let it steep for 3-5 minutes in 100 degrees Celsius water. Once steeping has complete, remove tea, pour over ice and enjoy!
To add flavor, consider adding a cinnamon stick or fresh berries.
GROSCHE Safe Water Project
783 million people don’t have access to safe water. We’re on a mission- a mission to reduce that number and give people in need this basic necessity that we often take for granted. That’s why, for every 100 g of this tea sold, we provide 50+ days of safe water to someone in need through our GROSCHE Safe Water Project. Thank you for helping us “B the Change”. #Everycupfillsanother
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