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Honeybush Tea


20 x Honeybush Tea Bags

Honeybush tea is made from a medicinal flowering plant called Cyclopia. The tea is considered to be a type of red tea, it has a floral, lightly roasted taste and a smell that is kindred to honey, hence the name Honeybush. The Honeybush plant is found in the Eastern Cape of South Africa.

Honeybush Tea Benefits: [1][2]

  • Helps lower blood sugar levels
  • Helps prevent, manage and treat type 2 diabetes
  • Treats inflammation-related illnesses
  • Improves skin health

Serving Suggestions:

Use one tea bag of Honeybush bush tea per cup. Add freshly boiled water, allow to brew for 3 minutes.


Store Honeybush tea in a cool, dry place. Once opened, re-seal or store in an air-tight container.




Honeybush Tea is extracted from a medicinal flowering plant called Cyclopia.

Honeybush tea contains xanthones and flavanones, biologically active chemical compounds with a range of health benefits attributed to them. The xanthones contained in Honeybush tea are a rich source of antioxidants which possess anti-inflammatory benefits and anti-bacterial and cancer-fighting properties that improve skin health [1].

Research has showed that the polyphenols (naturally occurring organic compounds) found in Honeybush Tea may help prevent, manage and treat type 2 diabetes [2]. They lower blood sugar levels by promoting the regeneration of damaged pancreatic cells and encouraging insulin secretion.

Disclaimer: This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease and has not been evaluated by the Medicines Control Council.


  1. Diane L McKay, Jeffrey B Blumberg. A review of the bioactivity of South African herbal teas: rooibos (Aspalathus linearis) and honeybush (Cyclopia intermedia).
  2. Olawale R. Ajuwon, Ademola O. Ayeleso, and Gbenga A. Adefolaju. The Potential of South African Herbal Tisanes, Rooibos and Honeybush in the Management of Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus.

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Delivery within 3-5 working days anywhere in South Africa.

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