3-5 minute brew time
Organic and fair trade red rooibos tea, organic elder flowers, and organic vanilla flavoring.
Add 1 teaspoon of tea to bag or steeper and place in your favorite mug. Pour 8 ounces of boiling water over the tea and steep for 3-5 minutes or until desired strength is reached. Remember to play around with a level teaspoon or heaping, as well as brew time to achieve your perfect tasting brew.
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Rooibos is referred to as the red bush tea. It is one of the safest herbs to use hence can be given to both a baby and the mother. It has anti-oxidant properties which help the body to eliminate free radicals.
This happens to be one of my own personal favorite blends in our household, even my kids love the vanilla flavoring.
Two of the most noteworthy health benefits of rooibos tea are its ability to act as a natural anti-inflammatory and antioxidant. Studies suggest drinking it may protect your cells from damage caused by free radicals and inflammation.
Quercetin is an anti-inflammatory and antioxidant plant pigment (flavonoid) found in many foods and plants, one of which is rooibos tea. It has widespread uses when it comes to protecting against disease, including cardiovascular diseases like hardening of the arteries (atherosclerosis), high cholesterol and high blood pressure, diabetes, cataracts, hay fever, ulcers and more.
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This Rooibos is referred to as the red bush tea. It is one of the safest herbs to use hence can be given to both a baby and the mother. It has anti-oxidant properties which help the body to eliminate free radicals.
Rooibos tea will also boost your body’s iron absorption. It also improves the quality of the skin. You don’t have to be less attractive just because you have just delivered. Make your skin glow, it all starts with a cup of rooibos tea.
optimizing your vitamin K levels during pregnancy, particularly in the weeks leading up to childbirth, with the primary recommendation being diet as well as herbs like alfalfa.
Lemon balm gives this pregnancy tea delightful, mellow lemon-like flavor. In traditional, folk medicine, lemon balm is used for nervousness, digestive upset, and headaches.
Similarly, rose hips bring a light and pleasant tartness to the tea. Rosehips are rich in bioflavonoids and vitamin C, and it's that vitamin C that works synergistically with iron to help your body better absorb that mineral. Similarly, rose buds bring pleasant floral notes and a lovely feminine energy to the tea.