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Reducing skin inflammation from within


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Natures remedy for skin inflammation like eczema and psoriasis

For hundreds of years native South Africans have used honeybush infusions for medicinal purposes, our mission is to share the amazing benefits of the Honeybush plant as a way to control inflammation caused by psoriasis, eczema, dermatitis and acne.

Natural Honeybush plant with natural anti-inflammatory components.


Freshness feeling after cooling down inflammation and flare ups.

Reduces Inflammation

There is evidence that the phenolic compounds in honeybush are able to reduce inflammation and prevent the development of chronic inflammatory diseases. This makes honeybush extract effective in providing  inflammatory relief to skin flare ups and irritation caused by conditions like psoriasis and eczema.

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Improves the Immune System

Honeybush is a natural source of many antioxidants, including major phenolic compounds. Phenolic compounds play a significant role in protecting the immune system from oxidative stress, which could damage cells. These compounds also modulate the immune system, which helps the body’s natural defenses against infections.

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Other Therapeutic Properties

Honeybush also contains other therapeutic substances, including: Pinitol, which is an effective expectorant and has shown anti-diabetic activity; isoflavones, which help regulate menstrual cycles and have been found to be helpful in the prevention of various cancers; flavones, which are natural anti-inflammatories and have anti-viral properties; and xanthones, which are also anti-inflammatory.

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Brooke De Bow talks about her experience with our Honeybush Extract as a healing support for her eczema


Another genuine testimonial from another client going through topical steroid withdrawal

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