Rooibos Rocks blog — FAQ

A sweet caffeine-free cuppa

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A sweet caffeine-free cuppa

 

It’s a question we get asked a lot – because so many people are consciously cutting down their caffeine intake.  The good news is that Honeybush Tea has no caffeine in it at all.  You can drink as many cups as you like (and you will like them because Honeybush Tea tastes as good as it sounds!) without buzzing up your system, raising your blood pressure or spoiling your sleep patterns.

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Green Rooibos Tea and Green Tea – are they both caffeine-free?

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Green Rooibos Tea and Green Tea – are they both caffeine-free?

 

No, they are not. Green Rooibos Tea has zero caffeine but Green Tea does contain caffeine. So, if you want to avoid caffeine, improve the quality of your sleep and avoid revving your system, stick to Green Rooibos Tea and avoid Green Tea.

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Sore throat? Rooibos Chai to the rescue!

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Sore throat?  Rooibos Chai to the rescue!

 

Sore throat? Rooibos Chai to the rescue! Sore throats are just one of the occupational hazards of being a human. Knowing that you’ll be fine again in a few days is some consolation – but in the meantime, the condition is pretty unpleasant. Now the good news.

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Is drinking Rooibos recommended
for every stage of your life?

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Is drinking Rooibos recommended <br>for every stage of your life?

Yes – whether you are just a bump in mom’s tum, you’ve managed to reach a ripe old age, or you are somewhere in the middle, Rooibos Rocks! It has no harmful effects and is positively beneficial at every stage of your life.

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Can drinking rooibos really prevent diabetes?

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Can drinking rooibos really prevent diabetes?

 

We’d love to be able to give you a definitive answer but science seldom makes things that straightforward. Drinking rooibos probably reduces your chances of developing the condition, and helps you manage it so things don’t get more serious – but let’s just clarify what we mean by that. What is diabetes? 

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