Posted by: Anonymous | 2009/06/01


r rooibos and green tea from your local supermarkets treated with pesticides? i dont seem to find organic alternatives, only at Woolies. Would the others still be safe if it does not say organic?

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the others would have been irradiated. You will have more benefits from the organic tea - as is for all other foods that is grown organic.

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Posted by: Anonymous | 2009/06/02

I' ve recently discovered that PnP are selling organic rooibos tea and even the tea bags are not chemically treated. They only cost about R2 - R4 rand more than the normal ones, but I' d rather pay a little more and know I' m not taking extra dangerous chemicals in. Even Discem sells organic teas.

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