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Rooibos Tea

by Hsu Heng-Chuan (Jerry)
(Japan)

Rooibos Tea

Rooibos Tea

In Taiwan, I often drink one kind of tea, which comes from South Africa called Rooibos Tea. My parents' friends recommended it and they often shared it with us.

Rooibos Tea is grown in the northern part of Cape Town in South Africa in the Cederberg mountains. It is a plant tea, which is rich in minerals and in a pollution-free environment of natural growth.

This plant grows only in South Africa, and it is also called South Africa's national treasure tea. I'm not able to determine its efficacy, but it is said to contain high antioxidants and can prevent aging.

Then I checked the Internet for a moment, and it is very popular around the world.

Join in and write your own page! It's easy to do. How? Simply click here to return to UEC South Africa forum.

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