This drink is known by different names: Rooibos, redbush, beverage Bushmen. The natives of Africa call it his own, that is closest to the name Rooibos . In our company, respectively the principle of “true values”, we stick to this name.
Rooibos has many useful properties. Their study worked in different countries, most extensively in Japan, where Rooibos is especially popular today.
In African Rooibos tea was found vitamins a, C, P, E, trace elements (magnesium, calcium, copper, iron, fluorine, sodium, potassium), aromatic
oils, eight phenolcarboxylic acids, which have antibacterial action. Flavonoids, also included in the composition satisfying Rooibos . have a broad spectrum of activities – from increasing the strength of capillary walls to wound healing.
First, Rooibos improves the immune system.
Vitamin C, trace minerals and flavonoids to help fight infection, support the body’s defenses.
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These spices are used by people since ancient times – they not only improve the taste of food, but also have a beneficial effect on the body as a whole. Recipe of ginger and cinnamon for weight loss: how to use, are there any contraindications, what results can one expect?
Briefly about the benefits of ginger and cinnamon in weight loss
In the composition of ginger contain vitamins (A, B1, B2, B3), minerals (potassium, zinc, iron, sodium, calcium, phosphorus, magnesium), essential oil (about 3%), amino acids .
Ginger strengthens our immune system, protects against parasites, improves metabolism, cleanses the intestines and helps burn fat.
Cinnamon is composed of a large number of vitamins (A, B1, B2, B5, B6, B9, C, K, PP) and minerals (is to provide iron, calcium, magnesium, zinc, Continue reading
Plants from which it is possible to prepare tasty and healthy tea, known to many. Most often this is done using fresh or dried leaves, flowers, berries and roots. If you let the leaves and flowers to soak up the warmth of human hands, the tea will work much more aromatic and delicious.
Usually the collection of leaves and flowers, suitable for brewing tea, complexity is not. For this approach leaves of currant, raspberry, Apple, strawberry, fireweed, mint, blackberries, cherries, cherry, Heather, St. John’s wort, meadowsweet, tansy, oregano, OK, etc. in fact, you can brew tea from virtually any leaves and flowers. If you are interested in the plant, try it out for size Continue reading