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Your Cup of Tea? Honeybush – The Premium Herbal Elixir

Posted by Asif Walji

March 4, 2014 at 3:46 PM

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Do you ever go into your kitchen and mix your own liquid concoctions? You might make a soothing drink to overcome the flu, gargle salt water to get rid of a tickle in your throat, or maybe you keep it simple and brew a hot cup of tea. Now, not all concoctions are created equally, and that includes tea. But what if there was a premium herbal exlir that you could prepare in less than five minutes, drink everyday, and keep you health? I’ll let you in on a secret – it’s called Honeybush Health.

Honeybush Health is a Canadian tea brand founded by two cousins – a marathon runner and a physician. Soon after stumbling upon a honeybush farm in South Africa, the health conscious cousins let their curiousity get the best of them. What they discovered was truly remarkable – Honeybush was a distant cousin of Rooibos and has been used by South African locals for centuries for the plant’s medicinal-like properties. Being health enthusiasts themselves, the cousins found the plant remarkable and purchased a honeybush farm to begin producing their very own tea line, Honeybush Health.

Honeybush Health Benefits

Honeybush has been used all over the world to help with:

  • Respiratory health
  • Cholesterol
  • Menopause
  • Lactation
  • Antioxidants

A recent study conducted by the University of Stellenbosh and the University of Southern Denmark also found that the honeybush plant can regulate blood sugar and  improve metabolic aberrations that come along with type 2 diabetes.

Moreover, unique traits of Honeybush include that it is:

Honeybush is safe for children, adults, and seniors to consume.

More About Honeybush Health

The Honeybush Health Herbal Teas come from the Langkloof Valley in South Africa. All of the honeybush plants on the farm are non-gmo and organic. The plants are harvested by hand and processed in a traditional manner, ensuring that the nutrients and quality of the plant stay intact, when being processed into a tea.

 

 

                                   

 

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