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ROOIBOS TEA - finelooseleaftea

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Against the Christmas binge comes the South African Red Tea. It is also called the “Rooibos” and thanks to its extraordinary feature which is a valuable ally to purify the body and get you back into shape. Rooibos tea is the best way to digest the naturally abundant Christmas meals.

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  1. 1. Login Create Blog Random Blog Report Blog OOLONG TEA HOME HEALTH & FITNESS ROOIBOS TEA: AN ELIXIR FOR YOUTH - 30. Sep, 2014 | Health & Fitness - 0 Author: Teasy Teas Against the Christmas binge comes the South African Red Tea. It is also called the “Rooibos” and thanks to its extraordinary feature which is a valuable ally to purify the body and get you back into shape. Rooibos tea is the best way to digest the naturally abundant Christmas meals. A constant consumption of Rooibos helps to significantly reduce cholesterol, triglycerides and free fatty acids, helping the body to regain physical balance and well-being. The detoxifying properties of Rooibos tea purify the blood, the liver and gallbladder, stimulating the production of bile and helping the body to excrete harmful substances. From the clinical analysis ascertained in several years, it was found that: • It contains many minerals, including HOME open in browser PRO version Are you a developer? Try out the HTML to PDF API pdfcrowd.com
  2. 2. ROOIBOS TEA phosphorus, iron, vitamin C and magnesium, which help to maintain a healthy nervous system. Thanks to the presence of calcium, manganese and fluoride, strengthens bones and teeth. The wide range of present minerals make this brew especially suited to those who play intense sport; • It has antiviral features: recent dermatological studies have shown Rooibos tea as a valuable aid in the fight against viral infections; • Calming effect on the skin if applied topically to relieve skin irritations and helps combat eczema, acne and skin blemishes; • Is a remedy against free radicals: it was discovered that Rooibos tea contains 9 different types of flavonoids including four particularly powerful: quercetin, luteolin, rutin and isoquercetina. Japanese scientists have also recently discovered the lavonoide aspalathin, which currently has not been found in any other food. Their synergy, coupled with the high content of vitamin C, results in a powerful antioxidant able to fight free radicals in the body. In this sense, the Rooibos is particularly suitable for those who are more than 40 years and are physically active. rooibos • It is used as a medicinal plant for digestive disorders related to problems of the stomach and intestines; has purifying effects and does not irritate the kidneys; • It helps to fight obesity: Clinical studies have shown that Rooibos helps the liver to combat the accumulation of fat inside the liver cells. • It contains no oxalic acid and can therefore also be taken by those suffering from the calculations; • Lowers blood pressure and relieves abdominal cramps and diarrhea; • Relieves stress: Studies are showing that the Rooibos affect the biosynthesis of cortisol, a hormone whose inhibition reduces symptoms of stress. • It has a caloric intake equal to zero. open in browser PRO version Are you a developer? Try out the HTML to PDF API pdfcrowd.com
  3. 3. The Rooibos plant as belonging to the legume family; looks like a bush 1-2 meters tall with long branches, from which there is a lot of twigs with leaves that give a bushy appearance. The leaves resemble pine needles and yellow flowers similar to brooms. This plant grows exclusively in the Cedarberg region between the mountains and arid warmer where it can enjoy the winter rains and the sandy soil it needs. The pure water, fresh air of the mountains and the hot African sun mean that the leaves turn mahogany-red color typical of Rooibos tea. for beginners!!! Like 9 Tweet 6 0 rooibos Tags: chamomile tea, rooibos, rooibos tea open in browser PRO version Are you a developer? Try out the HTML to PDF API pdfcrowd.com
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