Traditionally for maintaining healthy liver function*
The source of “Red Tea or RedBush Tea” comes to us from the southwest tip of South Africa, mainly from the Cederberg wilderness area. This shrub can grow to be 6 feet tall and has thin needle-like leaves, reddish branches, and yellow flowers at the tips in the early spring. The natives from this part of Africa have enjoyed a brew of the twigs and leaves for centuries. It continues to be an important herb of commerce in the Western Cape region. It is in the legume (Fabaceae) family.
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