A popular mix of Honeybush, Rooibos and Green tea.
There are many reasons why Honeybush tea is popular amongst health conscious consumers. There is a rich fund of medicinal folklore associated with Honeybush and its health benefits.
Honeybush tea is rich in antioxidants and makes a wise and healthy addition to your daily diet.
Mutagenesis is the process whereby the genetic material of a cell is damaged. This process is normally associated with the early stages of cancer as well as the general ageing process. Honeybush tea is scientifically proven to be anti-mutagenic. Specifically, these indigenous plants are rich in phyto-estrogens, which have been positively linked to a reduction in the risk of developing hormone-relate diseases such as breast, prostate and uterine cancer. Phyto-estrogens also help to regulate the menstrual cycle, alleviate symptoms of menopause, prevent osteoporosis, reduce the risk of heart disease and protect against premature ageing.
Honeybush tea contains no caffeine
People who suffer from stomach cramps find these teas to be an extremely effective anti-spasmodics, specifically for mothers of small babies suffering from colic and cramps, as these products are completely natural.
The pleasant sweet taste of these teas make them popular choices for people who have to reduce their intake of sugar. The tea contains a non-nutritive sweetener.