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  • Beautiful flavour, refreshing and all organic

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    After drinking coffee on a regular basis, I finally decided to stop drinking it. I could never find a good tea that did not taste so fake. Tried several Red Bush Varieties and they always tasted like dull lolly water. After finding this tea in my local organic store, I gave it a try. It has a strong red bush flavour when steeped for more than 2 minutes. I can drink it hot or cold, and it is still refreshing. After reading up benefits of drinking red tea, i realised it can also act as an antioxidant. I have now been drinking this tea for more than a month and feel much lighter and free.

    Haylie

    1/11/18

  • Disappointed!

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    It doesn't help anything for me. :(

    Bear

    23/10/18

  • So far so good

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    I have been taking this product for 2 months now. After a week of taking it 3 times a day, my period came and I didn't have any pain!! Same with my next one, although I have only been having the tea 1-2 x a day. Previously been having really painful periods. I don't really like the taste but it's bearable and I'm hopeful it will help me successfully concieve when we're ready. Have also been taking extra vitamin d and vitamin e, so unsure which has made the biggest difference.

    Lucy

    25/09/18

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