Our Chocolate Herbal Chai is a delicious caffeine-free blend of South African Rooibos, Ginger root, Cinnamon, Cardamom, and Cocoa morsels. This spiced chocolate delight can be enjoyed any time of the day to ease stomach discomfort and inflammation in the muscles and joints.
For more information on the possible health benefits of Chai Tea, try this link:
- Rooibos is caffeine-free and lower in tannins and oxalic acid
- It’s full of health-promoting antioxidants
- May help lower bad cholesterol and raise good cholesterol
- Antioxidants in rooibos may kill cancer cells & prevent tumor growth
- Rooibos can help balance blood sugar and improve insulin resistance
“Rooibos tea has become popular because of its fruity, sweet taste and its caffeine-free, low tannin, antioxidant-rich status. Although more research is needed, rooibos appears to be safe and free of side effects. The antioxidants present in rooibos may help protect against free radical damage that can lead to cancer, heart attack, and stroke.”
Erickson, Laurie. “Rooibos Tea: Research into Antioxidant and Antimutagenic Properties.” in The Journal of the American Botanical Council. Issue 59, 2003, 34-45. http://www.utahsportsandwellness.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/04/RooibosTea1.pdf
This tea is commonly offered during pregnancy.
For information regarding Ginger root tea being used for pregnant women and nursing mothers click on the link Is Tea Safe To Drink During Pregnancy? plea Reviewed by Dr. Njoud Jweihan, MD | Updated June 29, 2019 | TagsPregnancy Safety
“Ginger Root Tea: Ginger is widely used across cultures to combat nausea. This is a great option to try if you suffer from pregnancy-related nausea.” Quote https://momlovesbest.com/tea-during-pregnancy
Brewing your tea doesn’t have to be hard; follow these steps for the perfect cup of tea.