Laager South African National Treasure Tea Original Black Tea (40 bags)

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Laager Rooibos Tea South African National Treasure Tea

South African national treasure tea Rooibos Tea (also known as Rooibos Tea or Rooibos Tea) is a coniferous shrub plant that can only be grown in Aspalathus linearis, a pollution-free land in the Cederberg Mountains in the north of Cape Town, South Africa. Its climate is dry all year round, which is very unfavorable to plant growth; South African tea has a special rhizome, which is 3-4 times the length of the tree body, which can absorb sufficient sunlight during the day and absorb rich natural nutrients deep into the ground at night. grow tenaciously in the environment. This unique growth background makes South African tea contain rare and rich minerals that are lacking in ordinary plants. It is regarded by the locals as a gift from God to the land of South Africa and a panacea with various curative effects, so it is named South African National Treasure Tea.

Since the beginning of the twentieth century, South African alpine people have used rooibos tea to resist diseases for generations. It was recorded by botanists as early as 1772. Its unique and remarkable curative effect has attracted countless researchers from all over the world to join the ranks of research in the past 30 years. In 1968, Dr. Annique Theron of South Africa discovered that the antihistamine contained in Rooibos plants can treat various allergic skin diseases, and made great contributions to the medical field. She won the 25th International Salon New Technology in Geneva in 1997. "Best Woman Inventor Award" with the New Invention Award. In recent years, studies by Japanese universities have pointed out that the antioxidant content of South African national treasure tea is 40 times that of oolong tea, 50 times that of green tea and 90 times that of barley tea. The tea contains 9 essential trace elements and 12 natural antioxidant active flavonoids. In 2015, it was selected by the New York Times Magazine as the only one of the world's 50 healthiest tea drinks!

Rooibos Tea, South Africa's National Treasure Tea, is one of South Africa's three national treasures alongside gold and diamonds. It is the favorite health-preserving and healthy tea for South Africans! It is rich in natural minerals and SOD (superoxidase dismutase) antioxidant ingredients, which have anti-aging effects and can remove harmful free radicals. This product may help stabilize blood lipids/cholesterol. It has miraculous curative effects on different physical diseases, and because it does not contain oxalic acid, it can be drunk by men, women and children without caffeine. A hundred years ago, Rooibos Tea was first introduced and marketed by Russian immigrant Benjamin Ginsberg because of its miraculous curative effect. In recent years, Rooibos Tea has gradually entered the international market, especially Germany, the United States, and Japan. For the last 30 years, South African moms have been using Rooibos Tea as a healing drink! If babies or children have gastrointestinal, insomnia, sensitivity or skin problems, they will be cured and improved after drinking Rooibos Tea, which makes Rooibos Tea grow rapidly in international marketing. One of the healthy foods.


Patients with glucose-6-phosphate dehydrogenase deficiency (faba bean disease) or those undergoing chemotherapy should avoid taking it

Patients with low blood pressure should consult a professional doctor before taking it

Stomach patients please take after meals

If you feel uncomfortable after taking it, please stop using it and consult a professional doctor

Keep out of reach of children

Once opened, please drink as soon as possible. After each use, it should be resealed and stored in a cool and dry place, away from direct sunlight and moisture.

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Efficacy depends on factors such as different physical conditions, age and living habits

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