Have you ever heard about the Rooibos tea? Often called the “red tea”, this visually pleasing herbal drink comes from the Aspalathus linearis plant native to South Africa. Around 300 years ago, a bushman found Rooibos and used it to treat a variety of ailments. In 1772, scientist Carl Humberg rediscovered these leaves and made them more popular. Again, a century later, a Russian guy marketed red Rooibos tea into a herbal drink called the “mountain tea”. This caffeine-free beverage has a lot of benefits, that you can find out from our detailed blog. Welcoming another attractive addition, Hibiscus Sabdarifa. Hibiscus is a flower that originated from North Africa and Southeast Asia. Each country makes use of hibiscus in its ways. Egyptians use it to reduce body temperature. Africans use it to treat constipation, cold and healing wounds. While the people of Iran consume it to regulate blood pressure. Let’s paint the palette of health red with the earthy combination of Hibiscus and Rooibos – an edible aesthetic. Experience this incredibly rich, sweet, and woody wellness herbal tea and instantly tingle yourself with the terrific tartness in just a sip.