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Cinnamon and Apples with Red Rooibos from Africa is a naturally caffeine free tea that is good for the whole family.

Brew a cup of our Apple Cider Red Rooibos tea and watch you family run to the kitchen looking for a cup of this warm and tastey tea. Add a little cream and sugar or honey and have liquid dessert. Great for that after meal sweet tooth.

Pure Red Rooibos (pronounced Roy-Boss) is a common shrub from Africa that is actually considered a super food in some countries. Rooibos has an earthy, malty caramel-like flavor that is somewhat sweet. It contains vital minerals and nutrients including:
• Calcium
• Iron
• Zinc
• Magnesium
• Hydroxyl acid
• Vitamin C
• Copper
• Flouride
• Powerful antioxidants

Traditional Rooibos is created by fermenting the leaves, which turns them the well know reddish brown color known in the tea world as “Red Bush”. Green Rooibos is not fermented, less known and has a very grassy flavor compared to the traditional version.

Rooibos is low in tanins and free from caffeine, which appeals to people that have issues with kidney stones. Rooibos is packed with antioxidants which may help protect cells from damage by free radicals. This may help reduce heart disease and risk of cancer. In one study overweight adults were asked to drink four to six cups of Rooibos tea daily for six weeks. Reduced bad LDL cholesterol and raised good HDL cholesterol levels were found in almost all of the participants.
Rooibos may also have anti-diabetic effects as well. Bone health, Improved digestion and better sleep patterns have also been claimed from drinking several cups of Red Rooibos tea daily.

If you like Red Rooibos Tea try The Tea Can Company’s other Rooibos Teas, including:
Apple Cider Rooibos Herbal Tea
Rooibos Chai Herbal
Hearty Cider Rooibos HEMPTea® (trending across the US)

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