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Honeybush Rocks
Mineral Content and Health benefits of Honeybush and Rooibos

Did You Know?

Rooibos and Honeybush are totally sweet sources of minerals and electrolytes. They are naturally caffeine free have high levels of antioxidants to clean you of free radicals. There have very low levels of tannins and are naturally caffeine free.

Mineral Content of Honeybush Tea

Nutrients

Function in Body

Per 240 ml

Iron (Fe)

Essential for transport of oxygen in the blood

0.3mg

Potassium (K)

Necessary for metabolic processes

0.01mg

Calcium (Ca)

Necessary for strong teeth and bones

1.09mg

Copper (Cu)

Necessary for different metabolic processes

0.003mg

Zinc (Zn)

Necessary for normal growth and development and healthy skin

0.015mg

Magnesium (Mg)

Necessary for healthy nervous system and for other metabolic processes

0.002mg

Manganese (Mn)

Necessary for metabolic processes and for bone growth and development

0.11mg

Sodium (Na)

Necessary for fluid and acid-base balance

1.5mg


Mineral Content of Rooibos Tea

Nutrients

Function in Body

Per 200 ml

Iron (Fe)

Essential for transport of oxygen in the blood

0.07mg

Potassium (K)

Necessary for metabolic processes

7.12mg

Calcium (Ca)

Necessary for strong teeth and bones

1.09mg

Copper (Cu)

Necessary for different metabolic processes

0.07mg

Zinc (Zn)

Necessary for normal growth and development and healthy skin

0.04mg

Magnesium (Mg)

Necessary for healthy nervous system and for other metabolic processes

1.57mg

Flouride (F)

Necessary for healthy teeth and bones

0.22mg

Manganese (Mn)

Necessary for metabolic processes and for bone growth and development

0.04mg

Sodium (Na)

Necessary for fluid and acid-base balance

6.16mg



Source: Mineral Content of Rooibos Tea. (2011). Herbal Teas International [Retrieved] 5/18/2011 http://www.rooibosdirect.com/rooibos/paper1RB.htm
Mineral Content of Honeybush Tea (2011). Herbal Teas International [Retrieved] 5/18/2011 http://www.rooibosdirect.com/honeybush/researchHB.htm

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