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Indigenous teas from South Africa

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Welcome to the
House of IndiZA Tea

Welcome to the
House of IndiZA Tea

Artemisia Tea

Known as African Wormwood or Sagewood – Artemisia Afro – is a highly aromatic plant, which can be found across most of Southern Africa. Artemisia Afro is a well-known medicinal plant in Africa and is still used by people of many cultures.


Buchu Tea

Agathosma, commonly known as Buchu, is a dense, leafy shrub consisting of 140 species of flowering plants in the family Rutaceae, native to the southern part of Africa. Buchu formally denotes two herbal species, known for their fragrance and medicinal use.

Honeybush Tea

Found in the Eastern Cape of South Africa, Cyclopia is commonly known as honeybush. The tea is closely related to that of rooibos tea, which grows in the Western Cape of South Africa. Honeybush tea has a sweet, floral, and lightly roasted taste, making it similar to honey.


Javanica Tea

Scientifically known as Lippia Javanica, the shrub can be found in widespread areas across South Africa, with the exception of the Western Cape. Commonly known as Mosukujane, it is said to be one of the most aromatic of South Africa’s indigenous shrubs.

Mentha Tea

Found in the Eastern, Western and Northern Cape regions of South Africa, the wild mint plant is known for its peppermint taste and aroma. This herb has found its way into homes for centuries where it has been used for both culinary and medicinal purposes.


Sutherlandia Tea

Found in The Cape Floristic Region, Sutherlandia Frutescens is a plant indigenous to South Africa. The shrub has a long history of use as a traditional remedy and has been the subject of numerous scientific studies.

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