Ingredients & Lore
blended with rooibos tea, jasmine chun hao tea, raspberry green tea, raspberry leaves, fennel, chamomile flowers and lemon balm
Rooibos tea's history is rooted in the Cederberg region of beautiful South Africa. Khoisans, the indigenous Bushmen of the region, harvested the leaves from the Aspalathus Linearis plant for centuries. The leaves were used as herbal remedies for many ailments, and loved for their delicious taste. Rooibos tea's history nearly ended with the dwindling of the Khoisan tribes, but thankfully a botanist named Carl Humberg rediscovered the leaves in 1772 and revived a more widespread interest in the tea drink. Then, in 1904 a Russian immigrant with ties to tea manufacturing, Benjamin Ginsberg, began marketing the drink as a "Mountain Tea," an herbal alternative to tea.
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Rooibos, pronounced 'roy-bose', is grown in South Africa and means red bush in Afrikaans. This unassuming bush contains zinc, calcium, manganese, magnesium, potassium and vitamin C.
Not to mention polyphenols, which are known to have high levels of antioxidants, anti-inflammatories and anti-virals.