For generations Rooibos tea (Aspalathus Linearis) has been a staple in the homes of South African families as a comfort tea, tonic, remedy for colicky babies and even a cure for sleeplessness , but more recently it was discovered by the international arena as having beauty an array of beauty benefits. (Something SA women have been embracing for decades!)
Rooibos tea originally comes from Cedarberg Mountains in South Africa. The name rooibos means “red bush” in Afrikaans, owing to the rich red color of the tea. Being both high in antioxidants and free of caffeine, the health benefits of drinking rooibos are similar to green tea.
In addition to drinking it, there are many things you can do with rooibos tea to enhance both the natural beauty and health of your skin. It gives you great skin, it cleanses your body and it helps to control your appetite and therefor it can be beneficial in weight loss.
Rooibos tea has long been used in traditional South African medicine, where it is claimed to treat all manner of skin problems. It has a soothing effect on the skin, it helps relieve itching and other related skin irritations such as acne, eczema, sunburns, itchy rashes, allergic reactions and general irritations.
Rooibos tea is high in antioxidants called flavonoids and flavonoids have anti-inflammatory effects and reduce allergic responses and histamine release. Next to it’s anti-inflammatory effects, the high amount of anti-oxidants in rooibos will also help delay the early signs of aging.
Rooibos tea is highly recommended for those suffering from insomnia or disturbed sleep patterns, headaches, mild depression, nervous tension. Since this tea does not contain any caffeine, it has soothing effects on the nervous system.
Stomach problems, indigestion, stomach ulcers, constipation and other similar related problems get a relief from consuming this tea. This tea is absolutely pure and natural, as it contains no additives, preservatives.
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