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Red Rooibos Tea - Coffee/Tea - About.com
The Rooibos plant is a small shrubby bush that only grows in South Africa. The bush grows anywhere from 1/2 to 1 metre in height, with very thin, needle-like ...
Rooibos Definition - What is Rooibos? - Coffee/Tea - About.com
Most rooibos is oxidized, though it is also available "green" (unoxidized). Due to the naturally sweet flavor of rooibos, it is often used in so-called "dessert teas," ...
Rooibos - Coffee/Tea - About.com
Also known as "red bush tea", rooibos is an herbal "tea" from South Africa that has recently become popular around the world. Find out all about its origins, plant ...
Rooibos – What You Need to Know - Alternative Medicine - About.com
What is rooibos? What are the benefits of rooibos tea, often called red tea? Are there any side effects of taking it? Where can I buy it?
RooibosRooibos, South Africa's redbush wonder tea - Africa Travel
Rooibos is caffeine-free, low in tannin, high in anti-oxidants and seems to have a host of other healing properties that are only now being fully appreciated.
Caffeine in Rooibos / Red Tea? - Coffee/Tea - About.com
A reader asks, "Is rooibos decaffeinated?" Learn about the caffeine levels in rooibos, also known as "red tea", with the answer.
Rooibos Benefits - Coffee/Tea - About.com
Rooibos has a wide assortment of health benefits. Some benefits of rooibos (also known as "red tea" or "red bush tea") are backed up by modern science.
Calories in Rooibee Red Tea - Rooibos Tea, Lemon Honey ...
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Calories in Rooibee Red Tea - Rooibos Tea, Watermelon Mint ...
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What is Rooibos Tea? Description, flavor, health claims, and more.
Rooibos tea is one of the hottest health food trends today. Find out what makes this South African tea so loved around the world.
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