Do herbal teas have polyphenols?

Herbal teas do contain polyphenols in varying amounts. In addition to polyphenols, the reason to drink them is for functional benefits (digestion, immunity, relaxation) that come from other compounds in the plants.

You can learn all about the unique benefits of rooibos, ginger and hibiscus by clicking on these links to our blog.

If you're looking for high levels of the polyphenols that help with gut health (catechins and theaflavins), those can be found in teas made from Camellia Sinensis (the traditional tea plant), which would include our black, green, white and oolong teas.

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