This original blend of Tepane Tea is made from 100% purely ground black tea leaves; indigenous to the Bapedi people. Our Black Bush Tea has been enjoyed for over five decades in Limpopo.
Tepane – Black Bush Tea maintains natural energy levels, rejuvenates skin cells, balances hormones and is rich in Vitamin A, C, E, Zinc, Magnesium, Calcium & other Anti-oxidants.
The best Vitamins for Hormonal Balance that are all found in Tepane Tea :
ZINC: If you suffer from leaky gut or are on birth control, you might have low zinc levels.
You need sufficient levels of zinc to balance your thyroid hormones. It’s also a necessary trace nutrient used to regulate the menstrual cycle and fertility.
Zinc is a natural antimicrobial that kills bacteria and opens pores, thereby helping reduce acne. Even further, zinc can help support against period pain, which is symptomatic of hormonal imbalance.
VITAMIN C: Vitamin C is the most important vitamin when it comes to hormone production. It stimulates hormone production and supports progesterone production – our all important calming hormone. Vitamin C supports our body to balance our stress hormone cortisol and is very important for our adrenal gland health. Unlike other animals, humans are unable to make vitamin C and as it’s water soluble we cannot store it. This means we need to give the body plenty of vitamin C every day!
MAGNESIUM: Magnesium is another mineral that has many roles in the body, such as supporting PMS symptoms, such as anxiety and water retention. Taken daily, magnesium may prevent dysmenorrhea (menstrual cramps) in some people. It works by relaxing the smooth muscle of the uterus and by reducing the prostaglandins that cause period pain.
Magnesium promotes the healthy excretion of estrogen . This may reduce the risk of the estrogen excess conditions (such as fibroids). Magnesium can also ease symptoms of the menopause transition.
Only the best tea leaves are hand selected and handcrafted through indigenous methods.
“It is time we heed the wisdom of the ancient indigenous people and channel our consciousness and spirit to tend the garden and not destroy it.” Bruce Lipton