Masai is a caffeine-free herb that often appears in teas. Masai may be better known as Rooibos. This red tea is derived from a hardy shrub native to South Africa. The soothing effects of Masai have been enjoyed all over the world for many years even though the tea has not gained wide recognition in the United States. Rooibos contains iron, potassium, calcium, copper, zinc, manganese, and sodium. It is low in tannins and high in antioxidants, especially super oxide dismutase. Masai tea has been helpful for nervous tension, allergies, digestive problems, insominia, and stomach cramps. Masai brings a captivating aroma and delicious taste as well as good nutritional benefits to teas.
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