This natural detox tea is an original infusion of Diya Tea which is crafted from the Limpopo region’s wild harvested Red Root Tea. The plant is similar to the African potato. The Diya Red Root tea is indigenous to the Bapedi people. The Diya Root, containing Zinc, Beta- Carotene and Fiber has been enjoyed for over five generations.
In rural communities Diya Red Root Tea is primarily used in women’s health care as natural detox tea which assists to regulate menstrual cycles, ease uterine pain and treat urinary tract infections. The tea is also used as a general blood purifier to manage blood pressure and sugar.
Benefits: The Diya Red Root Tea assists in naturally relieving digestive Issues, detoxing the system, improving metabolism and sinus relief. The Diya Red Root Tea is essential for blood pressure control and aiding the treatment of diabetes and weight loss.
Beta-Carotene is responsible for nourishing and revitalising all secreting cells of the body. Secreting cells include the eyes, nasal passage, saliva cells and gastric secretions including reproductive secretions and sweat glands. The human body converts beta carotene into vitamin A (retinol) – beta carotene is a precursor of vitamin A. We need vitamin A for healthy skin and mucus membranes, our immune system, and good eye health and vision.
Zinc helps keep your immune system strong. Because it is necessary for immune cell function and cell signaling, a deficiency can lead to a weakened immune response. Zinc decreases oxidative stress and reduces levels of certain inflammatory proteins in your body.
Fiber naturally scrubs and promotes the elimination of toxins from your digestive tract therefore promoting weight loss. Soluble fiber soaks up potentially harmful compounds, such as excess estrogen and unhealthy fats, before they can be absorbed by the body.
The Red Root Tea is caffeine free and provides a subtle earthy taste and floral notes.
40g Makes 30 - 40 servings.
Ingredients: Diya - Red Root
Detox Tea Brewing instructions:
Add 1 tbl. spoon of tea leaves into a 1L teapot, pour in hot water, and steep for 3-5 minutes depending on required strength. When the tea is ready, pour it into your tea cup through a mesh kitchen strainer or slotted spoon to keep tea leaves out.
Add honey or sugar to taste.
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