What are 'rooibos' flowers used for?

Answer It is used to make tea. The tea is traditionally South African, but is now consumed globally.

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What is rooibos tea?

Rooibos tea is famous for its distinctive red color and for its medicinal qualities. Hugh Lamond, president of California-based Herbal Teas International, noted in a 2005 article that sale of the t... Read More »

Rooibos Uses?

Rooibos tea has been enjoyed by the people of South Africa ever since the early 1700s when settlers discovered that the leaves of the rooibos plant could be used as a substitute for very expensive ... Read More »

How to Grow Rooibos Tea?

Rooibos tea comes from a South African plant called Aspalathus linearis. It is a legume that grows as a shrub up to 6 feet high with needle-like leaves and small, yellow flowers. Rooibos plants are... Read More »

Do You Put Milk in Rooibos Tea?

On One Hand: Drinking With MilkCultures used to drinking milk with black tea will often add milk to roobios tea, also known as "red tea" or "African red bush tea." Roobios has enough body that milk... Read More »