Rooibos may sometimes be referred to as a ”tea” but it is rather a herbal infusion or a ”tisane.” It originates from the Cedarberg mountains of South Africa. To make red Rooibos tea, the harvested bush leaves are bruised and then left to oxidize for several hours before being spread in thin layers in the hot African sun and left to dry. It is growing in popularity, not only for its unique and mellow taste, but also because of its many health benefits. Rooibos is naturally caffeine free, low in tannins, brimming in antioxidants and high in vitamins and minerals. It is emerging as a natural remedy for anxiety, insomnia, and many other health concerns.

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