A beautiful fragrant red herbal tea with a naturally sweet taste and floral aroma, Rooibos grows exclusively in the Cederberg Mountains of South Africa and on a bush that is very unlike traditional tea plants.

Antioxidants & Polyphenols Polyphenols are antioxidants. Rooibos tea has 50% more polyphenols and antioxidants than Green Tea (1) and can be a great alternative with recent concerns about green tea's radiation levels.

Nutrient Content Rooibos tea is considered a good source of minerals like Calcium, Iron, Potassium, Copper, Zinc, and Magnesium.

Quercetin Rooibos contains 1.5 mg of luteolin and Quercetin per cup. In lab tests, these flavonoids protect against certain cancers and kill cancer cells.

Iron Absorption Rooibos is often recommended during pregnancy and for those who are anemic because it may help with the absorption of iron and other nutrients.

No Caffeine Rooibos tea is naturally caffeine free, making it an excellent drink choice and antioxidant source for those avoiding caffeine and who can’t drink coffee or other teas.

No Oxalic Acid Oxalic acid is a naturally occurring compound in teas, chocolate, and some fruits and vegetables like raw leafy greens.

Chrysoeriol Rooibos contains a compound called chrysoeriol which has been found to improve circulation. There is some emerging evidence that it may be useful in supporting circulation related things like blood pressure and heart health.