🍂 honeybush 🍂
Supports Immunity & Reduces Inflammation
A naturally sweet tisane
Honeybush tea comes from the cyclopia plant, a shrub that grows only in the coastal and mountainous areas of the Western and Eastern Cape regions of South Africa. Its yellow flowers smell like honey, hence its name. It is also closely related to rooibos or red bush tea! Honeybush tea tastes sweet, woody, and nutty, and makes a great grounding and warming tea.
- Research suggests that honeybush tea polyphenols may help prevent, manage, and treat type 2 diabetes.
- Research suggests that honeybush could possess anti-aging properties. It’s believed to protect skin cells from oxidation caused by ultraviolet (UV) radiation, in turn reducing wrinkles and improving skin elasticity and hydration.
- Honeybush tea has traditionally been used as a tonic for colds, influenza, and mucus buildup due to its expectorant potential.
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